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Nov 15, 2022 Public Lecture, Research, Event, Quantum Computing Frank Leymann, erster Kurt Gödel Visiting Professor, und Johanna Barzen werden über Aspekte des Quantencomputing sprechen.
Jun 10, 2022 Vienna Gödel Lecture, Digital Humanism, Public Lecture Toby Walsh tells us about the future of AI and why we should reconsider existing approaches to technology development.
May 25, 2022 Digital Humanism, Report, Public Lecture, CAIML, AI Edward A. Lee, distinguished computer scientist and expert on societal implications of technology, unravels the black boxes of machines and human minds alike.
Apr 17, 2022 Public Lecture, Doctoral School Join the public lectures held by this year‘s renowned guest professors of our doctoral colleges and the TU Wien Informatics Doctoral School.
Nov 15, 2021 Public Lecture, Social Responsibility TU Wien Informatics Doctoral School invites to a talk by Guest Professor Paul Timmers.
Oct 28, 2019 Digital Humanism, Public Lecture, Social Responsibility Following a workshop and the Vienna Manifesto on Digital Humanism, we invite you to a public lecture series on this critical and urgent topic.
Jun 4, 2019 Vienna Gödel Lecture, Report, Public Lecture, AI Oren Etzioni pleads for separating science from science fiction and an ethically informed approach to the risks and chances of AI.
Oct 1, 2018 Public Lecture, Research, CIS, Social Responsibility The Centre for Informatics and Society (CIS) of the Faculty of Informatics is announcing a public lecture series on aspects of the Digital Transformation.
May 24, 2018 Vienna Gödel Lecture, Report, Public Lecture, AI Turing Award winner Manuel Blum asks whether machines can develop consciousness, and why that needn’t frighten us.
Jun 14, 2017 Vienna Gödel Lecture, Report, Public Lecture, Social Responsibility Search technology expert Ricardo Baeza-Yates explains the many types and mechanisms of inclination and how to break the “vicious circle of bias”.
Jun 9, 2016 Vienna Gödel Lecture, Report, Public Lecture, Social Responsibility Jeannette Wing explains why every child should learn to think computationally, and why this ability benefits society.
Mar 27, 2015 Vienna Gödel Lecture, Report, Public Lecture, Social Responsibility Peter Norvig demonstrates how machines can independently learn to perform complex tasks or develop sophisticated game strategies.
Jun 6, 2014 Vienna Gödel Lecture, Report, Public Lecture, Social Responsibility Erik Demaine’s fascinating Origami folding techniques follow complex algorithms that can be used in robotics and even in astronautics.
May 28, 2013 Vienna Gödel Lecture, Report, Public Lecture, Social Responsibility Inaugurating the Vienna Gödel Lectures, Turing Award winner Donald E. Knuth redefines “lecture”, and meets with an old friend.