Living In The Tensions: Artificial Intelligence and Human Free Will: The Gifts, The Challenges, and Learning to Navigate The In-Between
In this five-part series, Midway Jewish Center seeks to engage in a communal conversation around the place of Artificial Intelligence in our daily lives and its application in a technologically-enhanced world. While robots and AI are still viewed by many as part of a futuristic world, in fact AI is employed on a daily basis by most of us, and is leveraged as a life saving opportunity by many. How do we understand the place of robotics and AI in our Jewish lives and the seeming tension between human free will and the “all knowing” artificial intelligence?
In this evening, open to the public event, Dr. Julia Stoyanovich, Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science & Engineering and at the Center for Data Science, and Director of the Center for Responsible AI at New York University, who has been exploring the questions of socially responsible AI and the relationship of AI to human ethics and morality, will help us shape and define the questions Midway Jewish Center hopes to encounter during their Scientists in Synagogues series.
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