At the invitation of the local university branch of the Fridays for Future movement, Kevin Baum gave a talk on digitization and climate change. Besides an overview of the direct and indirect effects of digital products, he also emphasized the need for better ways of decision-making in a complex world with interdependent policy possibilities. He […]
The EIS team contributed an interdisciplinary symposium on “Explainable Intelligent Systems and the Trustworthiness of Artificial Experts” to the conference EuroCogSci, with Tina Feldkamp, Daniel Oster, Eva Schmidt, and Timo Speith as speakers. We used the symposium to give some of our junior researchers a chance to present in front of an international audience, and […]
Software predicting when and where a crime is about to be committed: What may sound like a scenario from science fiction in the style of ”Minority Report” has in the meantime become reality in cities such as Chicago, London or Munich. And whether we are dangerous subjects is already being decided by computers these days. […]
Kevin Baum and Andreas Sesing will partake in the 20th Fall Academy of the German Foundation for Law and Computer Science (DSRI). Their paper on ”Requirements for the Explainability of Machine-aided Decisions” (”Anforderungen an die Erklärbarkeit maschinengestützter Entscheidungen”) was accepted. The Fall Academy is taking place in Bremen between September 11 and September 14, 2019. […]
Kevin Baum continues to deliver insights from our project to the broad public in four non-scientific talks this month alone. The second two are taking place this week. On June 24, Kevin will give a talk on the ethical dimensions of algorithms used to predict remaining lifetime and premature deaths at the Hospizgespräche of the […]
Kevin Baum will deliver fresh insights from our project to the broad public in four non-scientific talks this month alone. The first two are taking place next week. On June 11, Kevin will give a talk on ethical aspects of the application of algorithms in health care and medical care at the 372th Saarlandic Conference […]
On Monday, May 27, at 4:15 pm, Eva Schmidt will give a talk entitled “Künstliche Intelligente Systeme: Vertrauen und Verstehen”/”Artificial Intelligent Systems: Trust and Understanding” as part of a cycle of lectures on artificial intelligence organized by the philosophy students at the University of Zurich.
EIS is contributing two talks to Saarland University’s open day. Timo Speith (research assistant: Chair of Theoretical Philosophy) will give an introduction to the Dimensions of Machine Explainability (10 am, room HS 26, building B4 1). After that, Kevin Baum (research assistant: Chair of Practical Philosophy, Dependable Systems Group) will present current research regarding the […]