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Designing Artificial Intelligence Applications:
The Good, The Ugly and the Reality
Prof. Dr Aurelie Aurilla Bechina Arntzen, Norway
The word “Artificial Intelligence” was coined in 1956 by John McCarthy during a workshop gathering scientists from different disciplines including language simulation and complexity theory intended to lay down a foundation for developing a machine that can imitate learning process or Intelligence. Today an Artificial intelligence (AI) is defined as a domain of computer science that emphasizes the creation of intelligent machines that work and react like humans.
From robotics to ChatBot, Artificial Intelligence is taking up and is shaping ways to approach new business segments. But What is AI? What is the Value for Business and Society? Why Super Intelligence is raising fears? Is AI up to its promises?
This seminar aims to address these challenging questions and to investigate how AI and Machine Learning are shaping the way we live, work, learn and entertain ourselves. We will look into several AI based applications ranging from chatbot, self-driving car to powerful predictive capabilities systems used in the domain of agriculture, healthcare, energy monitoring, etc. The idea of the seminar is to explore concepts, new opportunities and challenges in defining innovative AI secure based applications.
This seminar intends to gather academic and business people in order to develop a common understanding on how AI could foster Norwegian businesses.
Dr. Aurilla Aurelie Bechina Arntzen is Professor at University of South-Eastern Norway since January 2008. She is the co-founder of the research group “Advanced Cognitive systems and Data Science” ACSADS, Kongsberg, Norway. She is Co-Founder of the Norwegian Network on Artificial Intelligence and Robotics, KIRN, Oslo, Norway. She is the co-founder of the Institute for Knowledge and Innovation (IKI-SEA) South East Asia, Bangkok, Thailand. She received her Ph.D. in Automation, from INSA (Institute National des Sciences Appliquées) of Strasbourg, France in 1997.
She has several years combined teaching and research IT experience from several well-known International institutions. Her academic interests are broad ranging from real-time systems development to the conception of knowledge systems. In her consultant role, she has been working with customers in Project management, training, Business process improvement, and information and knowledge management systems. She has participated and co-lead several European projects. She served as an expert evaluator for the European commission and the Norwegian research council. She is author and co-author of several technical and scientific publications.