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Bernoulli AI research featured at the Groningen Forum exhibition AI: more than Human exhibition

07 January 2020
Between December 2019 and May 2020, the Groningen Forum hosts AI: More than Human, the major international exhibition on artificial intelligence, in collaboration with the London Barbican Centre. AI: More than Human offers a fascinating insight into this new world of artificial intelligence. What is the impact of AI on our lives? What does it mean to be human? What is consciousness? And how can people and machines work together?

AI research at the Bernoulli Institute will be featured through talks and demos. On 22 January Prof. Lambert Schomaker, Prof. Davide Grossi and Dr. Jacolien van Rij will discuss how advanced the developments within AI research are and how they relate to our current society. Demos on neural network, idiom acquisition and volume visualization prepared by Prof. Niels Taatgen, Dr. Jacolien van Rij and Dr. Michael Wilkinson will also be run every Friday and Sunday beginning on 19 January.

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Last modified:21 January 2020 2.37 p.m.

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