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YAN event about the future of AI very well attended

28 November 2022

Should robots be allowed to kill? What can AI learn from the movement of fish and birds? The next big step in the development and adoption of AI was discussed at the YAN event that was held on November 23.

The event attracted the attention from the network of young alumni and more than sixty of them came.They listened and posed questions to PhD researcher Taís Fernanda Blauth, who talked about legal aspects of military applications of AI, and professor prof. Ming Cao, he told the audience about control systems that allow groups of autonomous robots to work together.

Director Alumni Relations Remco Kouwenhoven moderated the lively discussion afterwards.
Left to right: Taís Fernanda Blauth, Ming Cao, Remco Kouwenhoven
Left to right: Taís Fernanda Blauth, Ming Cao, Remco Kouwenhoven
Last modified:20 July 2023 2.12 p.m.

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