Publication date: 
2020/01/16
The Czech Centre in London is organizing the AI Science Café Series, which will host researchers Michal Pěchouček, Tomáš Krajník and Michal Čáp from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Jan Šedivý from CIIRC and former CTU visiting professor Jonathan Ledgard from january to may.

The series of discussion evenings with leading experts aims to reveal trends and probable development of artificial intelligence, which will bring about significant social and technological changes in the future. Two of the five popularization debates will be held at The Royal Institution, the rest at the Czech Centre. The audience can look forward to the topics of cyber security, industry, transport and other areas that will inevitably be hit by artificial intelligence. Reservations are done through the Czech Centres website where you can also find annotations of all the AI Science Café Series lectures.

The closest event will take place on January 29 at the Royal Institution (21 Albemarle St, Mayfair, London, W1S 4BS) and will be addressed by Michal Pěchouček, Head of the Artificial Intelligence Center FEE CTU. In a discussion with Michael Luck, a recognized computer science professor at King's College London, he will present the security risks of the future and how to best protect yourself in the online world.  

Later, zou can look forward to following lectures:

On 26 February at 7 pm 

Mobility - is autonomous driving an answer to reducing traffic congestion in our cities?

 

25 March 2020, 7 pm

Conversational AI

Jan Šedivý (CIIRC CTU)

 

29 April 2020

Chronorobotics - enabling robots to adapt to changing environments

Tomáš Krajník (Artificial Intelligence Center FEE CTU)

 

20 May 2020

Species survival - how AI solutions can save wildlife in Africa and beyond 

Jonathan Ledgard (former visiting professor, Artificial Intelligence Center FEE CTU)

 

 

Contact person: Karolína Poliaková