Colloquium Loria – Ilaria Tiddi
Next Colloquium Loria will take place on Wednesday, November 2nd at 1:30 pm in the amphitheater.
We will have the pleasure to welcome Ilaria Tiddi, Assistant Professor in Hybrid Intelligence at the Knowledge in AI (KAI) group of the Vrije Universiteit of Amsterdam, with a presentation (in English) entitled “Hybrid Intelligence: vision, challenges and future directions”.
Abstract: Hybrid Intelligence is an emerging field of research that combines human and artificial intelligent systems to create a more collaborative, interactive, and holistic notion of intelligence. In Hybrid Intelligence, the emphasis is on adaptive, collaborative, responsible, interactive and human-centered intelligent systems, that assist us, leverage our strengths and compensate for human weaknesses. This new field of study is being driven by rapid advances in Artificial Intelligence (AI), but it fundamentally necessitates collaboration and interaction with many other fields investigating human-AI interactions. In this talk, I will present the Hybrid Intelligence, its vision, current developments and challenges for future directions.Bio: Ilaria Tiddi is an Assistant Professor in Hybrid Intelligence at the Knowledge in AI (KAI) group of the Vrije Universiteit of Amsterdam (NL). Her research focuses on creating systems that generate complex narratives through a combination of machine learning, semantic technologies, open data and cognitive theories, mostly applied in e-Science and robotics scenarios. She is Editor-in-Chief of the CEUR-WS publication series and Program Chair of the next Hybrid-Human Artificial Intelligence conference (HHAI2023). Since 2014, she has organized a number of workshop series (Recoding Black Mirror, Application of Semantic Web Technologies in Robotics, Linked Data 4 Knowledge Discovery) and was OC member of the major venues in the KR field (ISWC/ESWC, WWW, CIKM).
People from outside the laboratory must register by sending an email to marie.baron (at) loria.fr before October 31st.