Living Lab Lecture Series
|Voice assistants, cloud services and smart applications: The future technologies of artificial intelligence are playing an increasingly important role in many areas of society, including research. In our interdisciplinary online lecture series, current issues are examined from different perspectives. The lecture series starts with the topic "Ethics and Moral Code in Artificial Intelligence" and deals with transparency, privacy, and data protection in AI systems. Further lectures by researchers from the Competence Center on Big Data, Data Analytics, Machine Learning, and Modeling Human-Environment Relationships will follow every first Thursday of the month. The events will take place as part of the newly emerging Living Labs in Dresden and Leipzig. Meeting and experimentation sites will be set up at both locations, which will also approach the topics in a variety of practical ways. The aim of the Living Labs is to use demonstrators and interactive demonstrations to show how Big Data analytics, machine learning algorithms, and AI systems are used in our everyday lives. The interdisciplinary lecture series, which can be attended free of charge and without registration, offers an initial discussion platform for this purpose.|
On 1-July-2021 at 11:00 a.m. the first lecture of Living Lab lecture series will take place.
Rita Jordan, Niklas Lange, and Franz Lehr will talk about "Ethics and Moral Code in AI".
How can I participate in the lecture?
To join the lecture click here: https://tud.link/5wu6
When will the room become accessible to the audience?
The room will be accessible 5 minutes before the start of the lecture.
Who can participate in Living Lab activities?
The participation is free for everyone.
Do I need to be familiar with topics such as big data and artificial intelligence to benefit from the lectures?
No! not at all.
One of our goals in the Living Lab lecture series is to familiarize everyone with these topics.
Is there any technical requirements to participate in the lecture?
You just need an up-to-date browser such as Firefox, Google Chrome or Chromium.
We would also recommend using headphones for better audio quality.
Should I also turn on my camera/microphone during the lecture?
No! In general, there is no need to have a camera or microphone to participate the lecture.
In that case, how can I ask a question and provide feedback?
Alongside joining the discussion with your camera and microphone, there is also the possibility to submit your question and comments as a written comment in the Chat section.
How can I easily get informed about future activities of the Living Lab??
Follow us on Twitter:@Sca_DS
Subscribe to our mailing list: https://mailman.zih.tu-dresden.de/groups/listinfo/livinglab
Can I participate with my smartphone?
Yes! Scan the QR-code below with your phone's camera: