Prof. Maja Pantic interview for TV Serbia (RTS) on 4th Industrial Revolution
Prof. Maja Pantic spoke of Emotional AI at World Economic Forum in Davos.
Together with IBM Research and H2020 SEWA project (http://sewaproject.eu), Imperial College is organizing a workshop on Cognitive Computing, to take place at Imperial College, Computing Department, on Friday, 2nd October 2015. The workshop aims to bring together researchers from Academia and Industry to discuss frontiers of cognitive computing. We strongly believe your contribution to be very valuable in bringing your views on the state of the art, challenges and opportunities in research on Digital Cities. Confirmed speakers at the workshop include Guru Banavar (IBM) and Mark Steedman (Uni Edinburgh) .
We are proud to announce that SEWA partners Realeyes have been selected as one of the startups to join European Union Delegation to the USA at the upcoming SXSW 2018 !! #EUatSXSW The South by Southwest (SXSW) Conference & Festivals celebrate the convergence of the interactive, film, and music industries. Fostering creative and professional growth alike, it is the premier destination for discovery, the ultimate gathering of creatives and innovators from all over the world. European Union in the United States will be joining in on the conversation in Austin for the second year in a row, bringing to life dynamic and growing digital and creative economy. The program this year will focus on three key themes: ● The Digital Economy in Europe — because an inclusive digital society brings greater opportunity for trade, investment, and innovation for businesses in Europe and the U.S. ● Culture and Tech — celebrating EU's rich cultural heritage while highlighting how they work to solve problems of the creative sector. ● Sustainable Urban Development — EU is working to support cities in meeting their environmental, economic, and social challenges. You’ll find these themes throughout panel discussions, VR experiences, cutting edge startup demonstrations, musical performances and networking opportunities — with plenty of European food and drink mixed in. #EU will also be showcasing the best of European innovation and creativity. Hailing from Denmark, Hungary, Ireland, the Netherlands and the UK, the following five startups are changing the way we approach web development, online video, marketing analytics, artificial intelligence and research: i2 media research limited, Peracton Ltd. , Realeyes, Videodock and Wappsto . Alongside SXSW and Austin technology experts, these startups are at the forefront of innovation. More info: http://euinaustin.org/, https://www.sxsw.com/ #EUatSXSW #ResearchImpactEU #EUInnovation
mperial College Department of Computing are hosting a public event on 26 January 2018 on the subject 'Ethics in Artificial Intelligence (AI)'. It is an important subject, with AI not only a new frontier in business and technology but also in ethics and risk assessment. The event will debate social and ethical implications of AI, what the world will look like in the next ten years and how we can make sure it goes in a positive direction for the sake of our citizens and humanity in general. Chaired by Ian Sample, Science Editor of the Guardian, the event will involve experts in AI, ethics, philosophy, theology and public policy, including: -Reverend Dr Malcolm Brown, Church of England -Professor Alan Winfield, Robot Ethics, Bristol University -Dr Joanna Bryson, University of Bath, AXA Awardee for Responsible AI -Brhmie Balaram, Lead RSA-DeepMind Project, 'The Role of Citizens in Developing Ethical AI' -Professor Maja Pantic, Affective Computing, Imperial College The ethical implications of using AI in everything from detecting people, optimising logistics, providing translations and even composing art will be explored- highlighting how artificial intelligence systems are not only changing what and how we are doing business but also transforming who we are. The audience will be invited to ask questions in a highly interactive discussion. The event is being organised in collaboration with the Guardian, the media sponsor, and with other partners including Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence.
Funding from the European Commision Horizon 2020 Programme.