• When Will AI Be Better Than Humans at Everything? 352 AI Experts Answer

    On: 26. Juli 2017
    In: HRI, Robots
    Views: 658
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    Predictions of when machines will make us obsolete seem to come either from AI evangelists or doom-mongers with little practical experience of the field. Now though, researchers have carried out the largest-ever survey of machine learning experts on the subject.
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  • What These Lifelike Androids Can Teach Us About Being Human

    On: 12. Juli 2017
    In: HRI, Robots
    Views: 620
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    For Dr. Hiroshi Ishiguro, one of the most interesting things about androids is the changing questions they pose us, their creators, as they evolve. Does it, for example, do something to the concept of being human if a human-made creation starts telling you about what kind of boys ‘she’ likes?
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  • Zukunftskongress „Technik zum Menschen bringen“ 2017

    On: 27. Juni 2017
    In: Automotive, HRI, Robots, Traffic Psychology
    Views: 653
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    Technische Assistenzsysteme – vom chirurgischen Operationsroboter bis hin zum selbstfahrenden Auto – werden immer intelligenter und können teilweise selbstständig lernen. In Zukunft werden sie mehr Alltagsaufgaben übernehmen und die Menschen damit entlasten. Wie genau diese Zukunft aussehen kann, steht im Mittelpunkt des Zukunftskongresses „Technik zum Menschen bringen“ am 26. und 27. Juni 2017 in Bonn.

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  • Roboterethik: Die Maschinen werden autonom

    On: 20. Mai 2017
    In: HRI, Robots
    Views: 636
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    Die EU hat das weltweit teuerste zivile Förderprogramm für die Entwicklung von Robotern auf den Weg gebracht. Doch was Roboter können sollen und ob es ethische Grenzen ihrer Aufgaben geben muss, dazu gibt es in Europa bislang keine Regeln.
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  • Rentner im Roboterauto: Macht Computersteuerung Senioren mobil?

    On: 15. Mai 2017
    In: Automotive, Robots, Traffic Psychology
    Views: 590
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    Einsteigen und losfahren – lassen. Das ist die Vision der Autohersteller für computergesteuerte Wagen. Können künftige Fahrerassistenzsysteme auch älteren Menschen helfen, mobil zu bleiben?
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  • Robots May Steal Our Jobs, but Not as Quickly as We Thought

    On: 25. Januar 2017
    In: Robots
    Views: 733
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    Fear of job loss to automation is growing, with each announcement of exciting technological progress generating a backlash from those who could end up unemployed because of it. Amazon Go is eliminating the need for cashiers. Self-driving vehicles won’t need truckers and cabbies at their wheels. Artificial intelligence is beginning to diagnose disease, perform surgery, and even write films and articles. No job is safe forever, and we’re constantly being reminded of it, with little to no reassurance about what we’ll all do when computers and robots are running the world. A report released last week by the McKinsey Global Institute (MGI) offers some reprieve, bringing three pieces of welcome news.
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  • The 2017 Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI2017)

    On: 10. Januar 2017
    In: Robots
    Views: 714
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    The 2017 Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI2017) will take place in Vienna, Austria, March 6–9, 2017.

    Tschöpe, N., Reiser, J. E., & Oehl, M. (2017, March). Exploring the Uncanny Valley Effect in Social Robotics. Paper presented at the 12th Annual ACM Conference on Human-Robot Interaction – HRI 2017, Vienna, Austria.

     

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  • Soon We’ll All Love Robots the Way Japan Loves Robots

    On: 21. Oktober 2016
    In: HRI, Robots
    Views: 770
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  • Der Künstliche-Intelligenz-Standort Deutschland

    On: 15. Oktober 2016
    In: HRI, Robots
    Views: 765
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    Der Künstliche-Intelligenz-Standort Deutschland – Reinhard Karger zu K.I. und Automatisierung | Podcast

    Reinhard Karger ist Sprecher des DFKI, dem Deutschen Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz und Präsident der DGI, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Information und Wissen. Mit künstlicher Intelligenz befasst er sich seit den ’80er Jahren. Das macht ihn zum idealen Gesprächspartner, um den aktuellen Hype um die Disziplin einzuordnen. []

     

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  • Moral Machine

    On: 7. Oktober 2016
    In: Automotive, HRI, Robots, Traffic Psychology
    Views: 777
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    Moral Machine, a platform for gathering a human perspective on moral decisions made by maxchine intelligence, such as self-driving cars.

    From self-driving cars on public roads to self-piloting reusable rockets landing on self-sailing ships, machine intelligence is supporting or entirely taking over ever more complex human activities at an ever increasing pace. The greater autonomy given machine intelligence in these roles can result in situations where they have to make autonomous choices involving human life and limb. This calls for not just a clearer understanding of how humans make such choices, but also a clearer understanding of how humans perceive machine intelligence making such choices.

    Recent scientific studies on machine ethics have raised awareness about the topic in the media and public discourse. This website aims to take the discussion further, by providing a platform for 1) building a crowd-sourced picture of human opinion on how machines should make decisions when faced with moral dilemmas, and 2) crowd-sourcing assembly and discussion of potential scenarios of moral consequence.

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