TiP’s Irina Shklovski will be speaking at the upcoming OpenITU, entitled “Recommended for You: Can AI Give us what we want?”
The event takes place on the 10th of February at 16:00-17:30, in ITU’s ScrollBar
Recommended for You will take up the issue of AI in predictive preference and recommending systems:
All over the internet, artificial intelligence is being used to predict user preferences and recommend products, apps, news, or even a new boyfriend. But how do these recommender systems work, and should we be worried about what they know about us?
Irina Shklovski, Associate Professor in Technology in Practice, will join Oliver Müller and Jes Frellsen to discuss what it means for us as a society that these systems presumably attempt to give us what we want, before we even know we want it. Read more here.
So join us for a public debate and a Friday afternoon beer.
OpenIT is a forum for sharing ICT topics in an open and relaxed forum with the public. The events bring forth critical discussions on interesting and easily followed topics within robotics, culture, design, technology, business and art. You can see previous topics in OpenITU here