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AIAS Seminar: Lukas Esterle, AIAS Associate Fellow

Trusting intelligent machines

Info about event


Monday 15 April 2024,  at 11:00 - 12:00


AIAS, Building 1630 room 301

Lukas Esterle, AIAS Associate Fellow and Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

The seminar is held in-person, but online attendance is possible via: https://aarhusuniversity.zoom.us/j/67482436575


While machines become more autonomous and exhibit higher degrees of intelligence, humans are often not integrated in the loop and even ignored during the development. In this seminar we will first discuss what it means for a machine to be intelligent and what is considered as trust from the engineering perspective. Aftwards we will expand towards variations of trust and trust between machines as well as humans and machines.

Short Bio

Lukas Esterle is an Associate Fellow at AIAS and an Associate Professor at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Aarhus University. He was previously a MSCA-IF Fellow at Aston University and the University of Birmingham where he worked on collaborative self-aware computing systems. He has a PhD from the University of Klagenfurt and was also a Post-doc at the Vienna University of Technology.

What is an AIAS Seminar?

The AIAS Seminar is a session of seminars held by the AIAS fellows, AIAS Visiting or Tandem Fellows or by other speakers proposed by the fellows. In each seminar, a fellow will present and discuss her/his current research and work-in-progress for 30 minutes, closing off with 30 minutes for questions, comments and discussion.

All seminars are held in English.