Date: Tuesday 17 September 2019
Time: 8.30 am - 9.30 am (Registration from 8.00 am)
Venue: The Stephen's Green Hibernian Club, 9 Stephen's Green, Dublin 2. Map
Professor Barry O'Sullivan, MRIA , University College Cork, Vice Chair, European Commission HLEG on AI;President, EurAI; Executive Board, AI4EU; Founding Director, Insight
This event will give you an overview of the many technologies often referred to as "artificial intelligence" and will be a great springboard into a series of further events exploring some of these technologies and associated issues, such as avoiding bias in machine learning. At this event, you'll know much more about:
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