Artificial intelligence is now used in many areas of life. It is in translation programs, enables self-driving cars and improves medical diagnostics, to name just a few more prominent examples.
The technology also opens up new perspectives for research. The LMU is therefore starting the virtual lecture series KI Lectures in the winter semester 2021/22.
“With the KI Lectures, we want to contribute to the public’s understanding of the important and highly topical research field of artificial intelligence and the breadth of its possible applications,” says Professor Oliver Jahraus, LMU Vice President for Studies and Teaching and moderator of the series of events. “Our goal is also to shed light on the potential of this future technology for science in a generally understandable manner.”
Scientists from various disciplines conduct research on artificial intelligence at the LMU. The breadth of the research is reflected in the topics of the eight lectures in the KI Lectures. Among other things, they shed light on the use of AI in medicine, but also its potential in cultural studies and cosmology, as well as the ethical implications associated with the use of technology. The speakers come from the fields of mathematics and computer science, economic and social research, ancient oriental studies, astrophysics, philology and philosophy.
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