Lunchtime Lecture | Is Artificial Intelligence As Intelligent As It Thinks It Is?
Join Ira Goldberg, MBA'91, for this complimentary Graham School hosted lunchtime lecture.
In technical circles and general media, there is current discussion about the contributions and advantages of artificial intelligence. People's thoughts vary. Some view it as a potentially useful assistant while others envision a method capable of transcending human thought. This talk examines underpinnings of AI in order to help consider questions about machine abilities to analyze data, and make predictions/decisions. We start with a brief look at predictable human biases and then discuss if and/or how they might impact AI. We also consider the potential for AI in conjunction with available evidence.
Ira Goldberg, MBA'91, Graham School Instructor will facilitate the discussion. Ira also provides strategic financial leadership, analysis, and advice for the Argonne National Laboratory Leadership Computing Facility.
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