Submitted by Hajo Greif (Warsaw University of Technology).
Lecture series “Thinking Machines: History, Present and Future of Artificial Intelligence”
Call for participation
The international and interdisciplinary online lecture series “Thinking Machines: History, Present and Future of Artificial Intelligence” in Summer Term 2021 will feature prominent historians, philosophers and social students of AI. Speakers include: Pamela McCorduck, Stephanie Dick, Shannon Vallor, Harry Collins, Wolfgang Bibel, Vincent Müller, Virginia Dignum, and Kristian Kersting.
Talks will be held in bi-weekly fashion on Mondays at 16:30 CEST (UTC +2), starting on 19 April, 2021. Participation is free of charge, but please register online in order to be provided with access data (platform: zoom). Registration facilities, full programme and abstracts are available at: https://thinking-machines.online/
The series is jointly hosted by the Research Institute for the History of Science and Technology, Deutsches Museum; the European New School of Digital Studies, European University Viadrina; and the Philosophy of Computing group, Warsaw University of Technology. It is realised with financial support by Bayerische Forschungsallianz.
We are looking forward to welcoming you to our series!
Hajo Greif, Jan-Hendrik Passoth and Rudolf Seising