Friday, October 30, 2020
While AI brings great potential to improve many aspects of our lives, it also raises concerns regarding employment, privacy, safety and many others. It is time to change the narrative from human / AI competition to human / AI collaboration. AI can be utilized to amplify human potential, to assist people in everyday life, from education to manufacturing to supporting our most vulnerable population. However, to enable AI to venture into the real world and work closely with people, we need to develop contextually aware technologies that are built on robust and ethical AI. In this talk I will discuss may lab’s research in different applications as well as robust and ethical perception utilizing multi-modal sensing and sensemaking and probabilistic computing.
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