Reminder on the upcoming meeting and article links
Artificial Intelligence and Its Limits
Here is a kind reminder for the upcoming meeting of the Economic Club of Hong Kong.
Date: Aug 26th, Wed, 8 pm Hong Kong time (GMT+8)
Online Event via Zoom, prior registration is required
Speaker: Alexandra (Ola) Zytek
Ola is a PhD student at MIT, studying machine learning. Her research focus is on explaining machine learning predictions to end users, to foster smoother human-computer interactions, with the goal of increasing the usefulness of algorithms in real-world domains. Her current work is on developing an explanation tool to aid decision making in child welfare screening. During her presentation she will give a general outlook on AI, machine learning and its limits based on her own research as well as answer questions from the audience.
Hosted by: Sergii.
Required reading prior attending the event:
- An understanding of AI’s limitations is starting to sink in (The Economist) https://www.economist.com/technology-quarterly/2020/06/11/an-understanding-of-ais-limitations-is-starting-to-sink-in
- For AI, data are harder to come by than you think (The Economist) https://www.economist.com/technology-quarterly/2020/06/11/for-ai-data-are-harder-to-come-by-than-you-think
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