On June 30, NEN organizes a webinar about ethics and artificial intelligence (AI) in collaboration with the Future Image Technology Foundation (STT). For example, we will discuss the ethical considerations for AI systems and the international standards that are being developed for the responsible application of AI. You can register for the webinar for free via the website.
Here you can read more about Artificial Intelligence (AI), the artificial intelligence that continues to improve itself with Big Data, algorithms and Machine Learning. Key questions about AI are: how long does it take until AI is just as smart as us? How much infinitely smarter than us can AI become? How do we prevent AI from replacing us? What role do we give AI in our society? Can an AI decide independently to end a man's life in a war situation? One of the greatest dangers cited by people such as Elon Musk, Bill Gates, and the late Professor Stephen Hawkings is that AI, without realizing it, becomes smarter than humans, and an infinite factor passes over it. All the protections that we devised can be overwritten by an infinitely smarter intelligence. Proponents say that such intelligence can create the solution for everything: end to diseases, space travel and even eternal life.