• The Ethical Dimension of Human Centred AI
The Trinity Long Room Hub, Arts and Humanities Research Instituteinvite you to attend The Ethical Dimension of Human Centred AI on Tue, 13 September 2022 from 13:00 – 14:00, which is taking place as part of the Human+ Tech Talks series.   To launch the Human+ Tech Talks series, an online roundtable discussion hosted by

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  • Learning to Learn: How Can AI Unlock Learning Patterns?
The Trinity Long Room Hub, Arts and Humanities Research Institute is hosting a roundtable discussion hosted by Dr Qian Xiao as part of the Human+ Tech Talks series. Learning to Learn: How Can AI Unlock Learning Patterns? takes place on Tue, 22 November 2022 from 13:00 – 14:00.   Online education has become a mainstream

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  • Postgraduate Cert in Artificial Intelligence for Managers
itag are collaborating with NUI Galway for the 2nd year on a new online Postgraduate Cert in Artificial Intelligence for Managers programme.   Postgraduate Cert in Artificial Intelligence for Managers   This is a level 9 (30 ECTS) program targeted at new and experienced managers which focuses on understanding AI from a more strategic and

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  • AI Skills
A new report “AI Skills: A Preliminary Assessment of the Skills Needed for the Deployment, Management and Regulation of Artificial Intelligence” highlights the need that everyone, regardless of whether they work in tech or not, will need some level of knowledge and understanding of AI.   AI Skills   The Expert Group for Future Skills

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  • The Growing Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Business, Society, and the World of Work.
A one-day symposium on addressing the global challenge presented by the growing impact of artificial intelligence on business, society, and the world of work is taking place at on Friday 3 June 2022, 9:00am – 5.30pm at the Trinity Long Room Hub, Trinity College Dublin.   The symposium is organised by The Technologies, Law and

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On Saturday, 26th March from 12pm to 1pm, The Digital Hub will host a panel discussion, Do algorithms dream of electronic shapes?,  on how digital technology has already shifted society and what may yet come.   If social media is a collective consciousness are algorithms and the artificial intelligences they power representative of our collective

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  • Artificial Intelligence: Break the Bias
Women in AI invite you to attend Artificial Intelligence: Break the Bias to celebrate technical competencies in Artificial Intelligence for both industry and academia by highlighting different pathways from academia to industry and challenges therein to mark the International Women’s Day 2022.  The event takes place on 4th March 2022 from 12:00 – 13:00 Register

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  • Making Robots Work in the Real World with AI
DCU IEEE Student Branch is hosting Making Robots Work in the Real World with AI, an Expert talk by Niamh Donnelly, the co-founder of Akara Robotics, a robotics and AI spinout company.   Making Robots Work in the Real World with AI   Register here   In this talk, Niamh will discuss the journey of

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  • Reith Lectures 2021 - Living With Artificial Intelligence
  This year’s series of Reith Lectures will be given by Stuart Russell, Professor of Computer Science and founder of the Center for Human-Compatible Artificial Intelligence at the University of California, Berkeley The 2021 series will focus on the impact of artificial intelligence on our lives.   The lectures will examine what Russell will argue

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