#DiscussAI is ADAPT’s interactive and collaborative programme of public events about Artificial Intelligence and how this ground-breaking technology impacts all of our lives and society.
Through the #DiscussAI programme, ADAPT researchers seek to engage communities and individuals across the country in conversations that raise and answer questions, and generate ideas for new research.
We would love to welcome you at one of our future discussions. Sign up to our mailing list to be the first to hear about our plans: https://bit.ly/EPE-mailinglist.
To look back at our 2021 programme of events: click here
We are at the start of a new series of public AI discussion events and we would like to hear a broad range of views on the topic of Artificial Intelligence. Register now for an interactive workshop where you will have the opportunity to share your thoughts about AI and help shape the direction of the AI discussions for this year. The workshop will bring together collaborators from a wide range of backgrounds to explore the question: “What impact does Artificial Intelligence have on me and my life?”
We know that no one knows more about what’s important and interesting to students than the students themselves. We are looking for 10 schools across Ireland to help us shape this programme. Students will join 3 short workshops to discuss AI and check if the content for our programme is answering their concerns. If you would like to know more about AI in My Life, or these co-creation workshops please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Students around the country took part in the preliminary round of the All Ireland Linguistic Olympiad (AILO) at the end of January and the top 100 students have qualified to compete at the National Final of AILO in Dublin City University on 9 March.
We look forward to welcoming students on campus in DCU again this year.
Sign up to host or attend a free STEAM linguistic problem-solving workshop in your school. Open all to all secondary schools on the island. Click above to register.
Check out ADAPT installations at BIAS: Built This Way at Science Gallery Dublin, Pearse Street, Dublin 2 until end of January 2022.
The exhibition interrogates how prejudice can move quickly from human to machine as algorithms and artificial intelligence systems are encoded by humans with very human values, preferences and predispositions.
Minister of State for Trade Promotion, Digital and Company Regulation, Robert Troy, opened a national conversation on Artificial Intelligence (AI) as part of the SFI ADAPT Centre’s Citizens’ Think-In initiative.
The multi-venue, interactive event explored the information we give to apps and home assistant devices and questioned whether we are giving away too much of our personal information for enough return?