07. September 2021

Event Series of the AI Research Group Event Series of the AI Research Group – Summer Program 2023

Summer Semester Program 2023

The guiding aim of the AI research group (CST & IWE) is to provide a forum in which researchers can gain new perspectives on their own work and regular input from across the university on AI-related topics.

If you or someone from your team wishes to join, please send an email to Dr. Charlotte Gauvry (cgauvry@uni-bonn.de), and she will add you to the mailing list. Should you wish to present or discuss a paper, a work in progress, or any question regarding AI, please let her know.

In the summer semester, most of the AI ​​research group sessions will be coordinated by Dr. Audrey Borowski, as part of her "AI & The Digital" program.

Next sessions

March 27, 5 pm (CET) AI & The Digital : David Bates (Berkeley): An Artificial History of Natural Intelligence


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Last sessions

Tuesday, Jan 17, 12:00- 1:30 pm (CET): Dr. Charlotte Gauvry "“For a phenomenological use of virtual reality. Depersonalization and derealization syndrome as a new objection against the phenomenal unity of consciousness?”

Tuesday, Dec 20, 11:30 am - 13:00 pm: Dr. Johannes Lierfeld, “The Neuron-Mindspace-Barrier: About the Inaccessibility of Phenomenal Consciousness and Qualia as Protective Mechanism"

Tuesday, Dec 6, 11 am - 12:30 pm: Dr. Oliver Braganza, "On Shoshanna Zuboff's 'Surveillance Capitalism'"

Friday, Nov 25, 2-4 pm: Chelsea Haramia, "Challenging Assumptions of Moral Equivalence Among Earth's Detectable Signals"

Tuesday, Nov 15, 11:30 am - 1 pm: Dr. Uwe Peters, "Bias Toward WEIRD People in Explainable AI Research"

Friday, Nov 4, 2-4 pm: Dr. Audrey Borowski, "Gilles Deleuze: Individual, Dividual, Posthuman"

Friday, Oct 28, 2-4 pm: Dr. Olivia Erdelyi, "AI regulation"

Tuesday, Oct 18, 3:30 - 5 pm (IWE): Dr. Apolline Taillandier "AI in a different voice: Rethinking Computers, Learning, and Gender Difference at MIT in the 1980s"


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