At the MTA’s traditional Science Festival event, students at the academy, those whose lives will be fundamentally determined by artificial intelligence in the coming decades, will receive first-hand, science-based information about artificial intelligence, organizers wrote in their statement sent to MTI on Thursday. . .
They added that artificial intelligence is not just a scientific and technological product, but it is also an economic and social phenomenon that raises ethical questions, and in this event, experts dealing with the subject are studying the problem professionally from different approaches.
Speakers at the day-long event include mathematicians, linguists, artificial intelligence researchers and social researchers. Among other things, they are looking for answers to questions such as what the tech world knows and feels about artificial intelligence; What is behind ChatGPT, which students also use every day, or where a person’s place is in the networked and artificial but increasingly intelligent space he has created. In addition, it will be discussed how artificial intelligence appears in the Hungarian media, what its legal regulations are and whether it is necessary to fear that artificial intelligence will take away people’s jobs.
The event will be broadcast live on the MTA’s YouTube channel.