Humans, machine and data: what’s the future of artificial intelligence?
Round Table in French With humanity depending more on more on modern machines and personalized data, how is artificial intelligence being used to our advantage, or disadvantage, in everyday life? Can owners of artificial intelligence and data be trusted? Experts from French-speaking Switzerland in data analysis, robotics and society, debate the relevance of AI in their own research and implications for society. This roundtable is followed by a concert that combines artificial intelligence and creativity. The Ada String Quartet plays an entirely new repertoire, composed by a musical composition tool. Discover the functioning and limits of algorithms that generate music. This project is the result of the Neuromimetic Computation Laboratory led by Wulfram Gerstner and presented by Florian Colombo, PhD assistant.
11:00 am – 12:30 am : Round Table
12:30 am – 1:00 pm : Musical Conference « AI & Music »
- Anne Laure Gannac – RTS journalist
- Daniela Cerqui Ducret
Senior Lecturer in cultural anthropology at the University of Lausanne
- Frédéric Kaplan
Professor at Digital Humanities Lab
- Jamie Paik
Associate Professor at Reconfigurable Robotics Lab
- Sabine Süsstrunk
Professeure au Image and Visual Representation Lab
- Martin Vetterli
Président de l’EPFL et Professeur au Audiovisual Communications Lab