The goal of JAII is to lay the foundations for human-centered AI systems that act as competent partners and feature real-world problem-solving abilities in specific domains. Instead of replacing humans, such systems will complement and empower humans by supporting them interactively in decision-making processes. The Institute follows a trans- and interdisciplinary approach, focusing on the interplay between AI and applications, as well as studying ethical, legal, and social implications of AI.
Especially the JAII Lecture series is a very interesting opportunity to learn more about latest research within the AI community.
To register for the virtual lecture visit https://jaii.eu/.
The next talk within the JAII Lecture Series is by Prof. Michael Beetz (University of Bremen) on the 10th of March, 16:00-17:30 CET.
Topic: “Knowledge representation & reasoning in CRAM – a cognitive architecture for robot agents accomplishing everyday manipulation tasks”