HumaneAI promotional video

European Human - Centered Artificial Intelligence
European Human – Centered Artificial Intelligence

Debate and presentations

Video of the debate on Facilitating a European brand of trustworthy, ethical AI
Video of the debate on Facilitating a European brand of trustworthy, ethical AI
Video of the presentations on AI and Human Memory
Video of the presentations on AI and Human Memory

Perspectives on HumaneAI and blue sky projects

Paul Lukowicz, HumaneAI coordinator on technology that could at a certain stage interact with humans
Viviana Gropengiesser on educating on all levels what opportunities we have and what is happening in AI
Davor Orlic on connecting Global South and North machine learning communities
Yvonne Rogers on thinking about how we can really make a difference to society by providing them with the way to do more complex decision making in a variety of domains and context
John Shawe-Taylor on using Europe’s cultural diversity and create a collaborative set of experiences and bringing together communities
Helena Lindgren on using cognitive tools for individuals in systems helping individuals cope with everyday living
Michael Klein on having an integrated framework where we combine all the knowledge and technologies
Frank van Harmelen on building himself a scientific colleague as an AI
Catholijn Jonker on creating methods for mass deliberation
Ron Chrisley on AI systems that can not only help us and be very good at perceiving the world
Wendy Mackay on using AI in service of human beings and particularly in human creativity
Andrea Passarella on understanding what is the interplay between huge amount of small pieces of AI
Virginia Dignum on designing optimal AI, meaning that is trustworthy and optimal for people
Patrick Gatellier on connecting AI4EU and HumanAI projects
Fosca Giannotti on having AI methods that always offer a human understandable explanation
Stéphane Doncieux on the ability to collect a lot of data, having many robots moving around interacting with humans
Janin Koch on how do we actually do collaboration with machines but also within humans
Samuel Kaski on having a machine, an AI that is able to assist humans in design
Franco Turini on democratizing the use of AI tools
Holger Hoos on automating to a large extent the development, customization and deployment and running of AI
Victor Paléologue on robots to understand whatever happens in your home
Marko Grobelnik on predicting future events in society and creating broad AI with common sense reasoning
Juan Durán on onboarding philosophers, sociologists and historians into AI
James Crowley on building systems that collaborate and understand people as individuals
Sirko Straube on really integrating AI into a society.
Raja Chatila on making AI interact with the really world and understand how it can do that efficiently
Ville Mäkelä on making better humans and improving the quality of life
Alípio Jorge on finding ways of discovering semantics and actually understanding what text and words say
Bernardo Magnini on machines able to interact and having a conversation on several issues
Aart van Halteren on building this cognitive exoskeleton
Luis Leiva on understanding the users in their context
Paolo Traverso, Fondazione Bruno Kessler
Gerardo Iñiguez on solving problems with well informant ethical AI
Luc Steels on bringing together people in Europe who work in building human centred technologies
Gene Freuder on having an electronic avatar of himself
Philipp Slusallek on modelling the world to create artificial synthetic scenes
Wojciech Borkowski on the standardization of social simulation
Carles Sierra on not to have let’s say people in the loop, but people in control
Chiara Boldrini on fixing the problem of the lack of data
Dino Pedreschi on engineering the AI platform for democracy
Felix Schoppa on using AI for VR and AR applications to educate people all over the world
János Kertész on emphasizing social aspects and European values
Albrecht Schmidt on integrating our abilities as humans to perceive, think and create with the technology and use AI
Andrzej Nowak on making humans better understand their environments, more capable of free choice, and more aware of their consequences
Marco Pistore on funding bottom-up research in order to make it robust and solve the problems we will face in the next years
Giuseppe Manco on having the possibility of AI enhancing user experience
Rinzivillo Salvatore on models where each individual in society collect data on a common platform
Peter Schüller on systems working together with humans to interpret texts