Englisch language panel discussion with simultaneous translation
We are hearing more and more about artificial intelligence, which many are calling the decisive technology of the future. What exactly does it mean and how will it affect our daily lives?
Artificial intelligence is becoming an integral part of our everyday and private lives, while imperceptibly redefining the notion of work, taking over our homes and significantly affecting our human relationships and the means of knowledge acquisition. However, the direction of AI's development and its future still depend on humans: alongside science and technology and political actors, everything depends on responsible choices taken by individuals.
The Budapest Office of the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, together with the Vasas Trade Union, is launching a series of panel discussions on artificial intelligence to explore the human side of technological developments and the implications for the future of work, opinion-forming and democracy. The final event in the series is expected to follow in November and will focus on current debates and approaches to the (European) regulation of artificial intelligence.
We cordially invite you to the first part of our series of events inspired by the book "Between brains - Taking back our AI future" by Dr. George Tilesch and Omar Hatamleh. We are fortunate that Hungarian-born author George Tilesch has accepted our invitation to help us understand the logic and first experiences of using AI.
Moderator: Krisztina Bombera, journalist
DR. GEORGE TILESCH, , Founding President of the PHI Institute for Augmented Intelligence.
DALE A. MARTIN, (tbc) President of EELISA, former President & CEO of Siemens Zrt, past President of DUIHK, founding member of Aiesec Alumni International.
ERIK SLOOTEN, Deutsche Telekom IT Solutions’ Managing Director