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Center for Artificial Intelligence and Data Science

AI Talks @JMU Winter 22/23

In the 3rd series of AI talks, selected guests and new CAIDAS members present their research with exciting talks on current activities and projects. The talks will take place on tuesdays at 16:15. The talks will be 45 minutes, followed by a 15-minute discussion. The language of presentation is English.

Afterwards there will be the opportunity for a casual get together with drinks and snacks.

The talks will take place in Z6 building in room 0.001.

See our flyer and below for details.

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past series:

past talks

8 November

Prof. Dr. Elisabeth André

Chair for Human-Centered Artficial Intelligence, University of Augsburg

Topic: Socially-Interactive Artificial Intelligence: Principles, Challenges and Perspectives

15 November

Prof. Dr. Heiko Wersing

University of Bielefeld and Chief Scientist at Honda Research Institute Europe

Topic: Learning and Interaction for Cooperative Intelligence

29 November

Reinforcement Learning and Computational Decision Making group, CAIDAS / JMU Würzburg

Topic: Lightweight Reinforcement Learning for Autonomous Adaptive Agents

13 December

Prof. Dr. Markus Strohmaier

Chair for Data-Science in the Economic and Social Sciences, University of Mannheim

Topic: Interpretability of large-scale neural models of text

10 January

Dr. Bastian Rieck

Institute of AI for Health, Helmholtz Pioneer Campus, Munich

Topic: Towards Topological Machine Learning: An Emerging Research Field

24 January

Computational Humanities group, CAIDAS / JMU Würzburg

Topic: Computational Analysis of Music Audio Recordings: Exploiting Raw Data for the Humanities

7 February

Prof. Dr. Dr. Frank Schweitzer

Chair of Systems Design, ETH Zürich

Topic: Analysing knowledge graphs

3 March

Dr. Ivan Vulić

Language Technology Lab, University of Cambridge

Topic: Modular and Composable Transfer Learning in NLP