#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.
All of our events are free and we’d love to welcome you at one of our discussions soon. Scroll through the listings below, and click on one to register.
Catch up now on our #DiscussAI webinar which took place on 3 September.
Hear from our researchers and previous public participants on the impact the #DiscussAI programme has had on them.
Watch back: https://youtu.be/u5eXgpPF8yw
Secondary school registration is open for the 2022 All Ireland Linguistics Olympiad (AILO).
Sign up to attend one of our free STEAM linguistic problem-solving workshops Nov-Dec 2021.
In this online workshop, join our researchers to explore simple techniques to help you identify misinformation when presented with it.
“There’s No Place Like A Smart Home …. Or Is There?”
Join the discussion about the impact of devices, algorithms and AI on society and our lives, specifically focusing on smart home technology.
Can you help Dr Data find the patient? Learn more about how your data is kept confidential by playing the game!
Everyone is welcome to play but this activity is aimed at secondary school students. It can be played on smartphones and tablets. Teachers can play the game in class with students and track the correct answers in each round.
ADAPT & Smart D8 welcome you to a Citizens’ Think-In to discuss “What is My Health Information?” on 7 October from 5.30-7.30pm
Come join us in Unit 18 the community space at Trinity East (Grand Canal) to get a practical introduction on how to apply simple techniques to verify information we see online.
BIAS at Science Gallery Dublin will explore AI, Ethics, Trust and Justice. Interactive installations from ADAPT will interrogate how bias moves from human to machine and how persuasion, preference, motivation and misinformation contribute to our individual, societal and digital biases. BIAS runs until December 2021.
ADAPT will be offering a free online workshop on misinformation as part of the BIAS programme at Science Gallery Dublin.
Sign up to host or attend a free STEAM linguistic problem-solving workshop. Open all to all secondary schools on the island. Click above to register.
Join us during Science Week for a workshop to help people identify misleading or misrepresented information and provide some simple techniques to separate fact from fiction.
Join the discussion about the impact of Technology and AI on society and our lives. This nationwide Think-In focuses on everyday technology like voice assistants (Alexa/Siri), smartphones and fitness trackers.
ADAPT will host a Citizens’ Think-In in collaboration with Science Gallery as part of the Conference on the Future of Europe. The Think-In will explore the impact that AI, algorithms and smart devices are having on us as individuals and on society as a whole.