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Register now for the 2nd TRR Conference "Measuring Understanding" at the Paderborn University

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© Bielefeld University/merydolla/stock.adobe.com « back to overview Campus / Research What happens when artificial intelligence engages in dialogue? 22. August 2023 Author: Maria Berentzen Should a bank grant someone a loan? Where should police officers be to prevent a crime? And is surgery or conservative treatment recommended for a brain tumour? Artificial intelligence can often provide reliable answers to such questions.…

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In a new study by the Universities of Bielefeld and Bremen, scientists are testing how humans can better follow the instructions of a robot. The robots have to adapt their communication. The aim is to improve human-machine interaction. Several researchers from Transregio 318 and the University of Bremen are involved in the study.

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Professor Dr Joanna Bryson from the Hertie School in Berlin is addressing the transparency of AI and the control of manufacturing companies in her lecture. The expert on ethics and technology will provide insights into her research on this topic in her lecture. The lecture is part of the series ‘Co-Constructing Intelligence’, an event organized by Bielefeld University, the University of Bremen, and the Paderborn University.

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Photo: Bielefeld University/Patrick Pollmeier

A group of researchers from the universities of Bielefeld, Paderborn, and Bremen want to radically transform the interaction between humans and machines and teach robots knowledge and manual skills in a natural way.

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Photo: Bielefeld University/Patrick Pollmeier

Scientists from the Universities of Bielefeld, Bremen and Paderborn are collaborating on research into human-machine interaction and learning.

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Computer scientists and linguists from TRR 318 have investigated how to use the characteristics of human speech components to create synthetic language.

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The second issue in 2023 is dedicated to the new sub-project that will start research in July under the leadership of Jun. Prof. Suzanna Alpsancar and Prof. Tobias Matzner.

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Starting in July, the German Research Foundation (DFG) will fund the new subproject B06, which aims to create an ethical framework for explainable artificial intelligence.

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Are you a postdoctoral researcher who wants to work independently with your own research group? Then apply now for a Junior Group Leader position until 6 July 2023.

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What influence do gestures have when explaining board game rules? The explanation situations were recorded on video.

The researchers of subproject A02 have recorded over 150 hours of audio and video material of explanatory situations, which they are currently evaluating.

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From 17 June, the Marta Herford Art Museum is hosting the exhibition "SHIFT. KI and a future community" will be on display. Visitors will also have the opportunity to take part in workshops and lecture. (Article in German)

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Researchers from TRR 318 present artificial intelligence systems in an approachable way at the festival for the digital society in Berlin. Photo: Bielefeld University/Patrick Pollmeier

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The mobile phone app "Ada" and the AI it contains aim to enable a first self-diagnosis of diseases from home. Professor Britta Wrede will present the app in her interactive lecture and test it together with the participants.

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A group of scientists from the Transregio took part in the 1st International Multimodal Communication in Barcelona and presented their research results on the influence of multimodal forms of communication on explanations.

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