Online consultation via Teams on the Human-Centred Artificial Intelligence Master's supplementary course for BME VIK students, Aug. 29, Tuesday, between 5 and 6 PM.
Research into the laws and automation of rational thinking and acting has been going on for centuries and has accelerated over the last eight decades within the framework of artificial intelligence (AI). The technological advances of the last decade have opened the door to the mass production of AI products and prompted an existential question: how to create an ethical and human-centered AI regulation that also protects the Earth's biosphere and supports further development?
The singe-day Human-Centred Regulation of AI (HCRAI) Conference will be held on Wednesday, June 28, 2023 at Budapest University of Technology and Economics. Speakers will discuss the EU AI Act, including its objectives, structure, interpretation, available information resources and educational elements, case studies, as well as practical steps required for different stakeholders and AI developers.
The morning session will overview various aspects of the EU AI Act, and the afternoon session will highlight educational and technological challenges and present case studies. The conference will end with a round-table discussion.
Speakers: B. Hankó (State secretary, MCI), J. Levendovszky (Vice rector, BME), H. Charaf (Dean, BME VIK), D. Tzanidakis, D. Petrányi (ELTE), L. Bódis (Deputy state secretary, MCI), Á. Tényi (E-Group), TBA (QTICS), B. Feeney (HCAIM project, TUD), P. Antal (BME VIK), K. Mezei (BME GTK), M. Héder (BME GTK), Sz. Németh (Continental), TBA (NVIDIA), TBA (Microsoft), Tarry Singh, (Real AI B.V.), Gabriele Franco, and more.
An HTE evening club entitled Ethical Artificial Intelligence - in Health Care will be held on 24 April 2023 from 16h in BME’s Building I, Room IB023 (Budapest, XI. Magyar tudósok körútja 2.). Abstract: The impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) on society is already a reality today, as evidenced by the staggering levels of digital addiction, social polarisation and fake news. Drawing on developments in bioethics and medical ethics, leading researchers in the field of AI are proposing similar ethical and regulatory frameworks for drug development and medical device development. The first lecture in the evening club series will present the AI Act, the EU's draft AI regulation. Speakers: Dr. Eszter Takácsi-Nagy (Kinstellar Ügyvédi Iroda), Attila Zoltán Jenei (BME-TMIT), Marcell Sebestyén (BME-FTT), Tamás Nagy (Semmelweis University), Dániel Sándor (BME-MIT). For more details see: https://1drv.ms/b/s!AtKtKGIGlc6oi_97M5kmzm0ze7Nuvg?e=0XgjNv – A later evening club in the series will present a seminar on ethical MI interpreted by the participants.
- After the first successful AI Ethicon in 2022, there will be another AI Ethicon this year in the framework of the HCAIM project, on Thursday 20 April 2023, from 10:00 to 16:30 (CET). The programme of the event (presentations + competition) is available on the HCAIM project website.
- AI Ethicon, June 16-17, 2022: a two-day hybrid (telepresence and in-person) event suitable for students in AI, professionals, and enthusiasts, regardless of their experience in AI and PPML. Day 1, morning session: Meet industry experts and HCAIM Leaders. Day 1, afternoon session: PPML Hackathon. Day 2, full day: NVIDIA instructor-led workshop: Fundamentals of Deep Learning. See more detail: general, local/BME, register.
- Privacy Preserving Machine Learning (PPML): Perspectives from the Industry. A Panel Discussion organized by CeADAR, Ireland's Centre for Applied AI. Participants: dr. Naoise Holohan, IBM Research; dr. Jack Fitzsimons, Oblivious AI; Manuel Capel, Inpher. Thursday, May 12, 2022, 12:00-13:00 CEST. See more detail and register.
- HCAIM at BME. Announcement for students (12 slides, pdf), Presentation of dr. Tamás Gábor Csapó, May 2, 2022
- Interview with dr. Péter Antal, BME: HCAIM-project: An ethical approach to artificial intelligence, at Master's level (in Hungarian), Computerworld, May 1, 2022
- Last webinar on April 27, 2022: Silent Speech Interfaces & Human-Computer Interface (HCI) / Machine Learning (ML) aspects. Speaker: Dr. Tamás Gábor Csapó (BME)
- Budapest Workshop on Philosophy of Technology 2021, Dec. 9-10, 2021: The third BudPT workshop seeks to explore a wide variety of topics connected to the Ethics of AI (ethics of autonomous cars and other robots, responsibility of AI creators, artificial minds and consciousness, etc.), Epistemology of Engineering and the Metaphysics of Artifacts. The list of authors and their presentations is available here.
- Interview with dr. Mihály Héder in Qubit, Nov. 22, 2021: For once in the history of mankind we dot not want to be clumsy when we clean up later after technology (original in Hugarian, translatable by Google)