Recent events organized by CAIML.
CAIML Experts on the Latest Developments in AI
ChatGPT is all over the news, and the advancement and challenges of AI are ever more apparent. Read about our latest media activities.
Cybernetic Socialists. Computer and Revolution in Allende's Chile
Event at Rabenhof Theater about Chile's cybernetic dream of justice in early 70s.
AI Summer School 2023
Summer school with leading national and international experts to collaborate on emerging research topics and issues on AI.
CAIML Colloqium with Ayumi Igarashi: “Fair division of house chores”
Ayumi Igarashi presents a new application of fair division to household chores.
Ricardo Baeza-Yates: “Responsible AI”
IWM Digital Humanism Lecture by Ricardo Baeza-Yates, Northeastern University, USA
ChatGPT - Myth meets truth meets opportunity
Clemens Heitzinger participates at a panel discussion in Vienna City Library about recent developments in AI.
Inauguration of the UNESCO Chair on Digital Humanism
TU Wien Informatics launches the first UNESCO Chair on Digital Humanism to address the ethical, societal, and political challenges of digital technology.
CAIML Symposium 2023: The Secret Ingredients for Improving Artificial Intelligence
ChatGPT grips the public’s attention. With fueled debates in the media and explosively increased usage, it is crucial to understand how AI systems work.
Vienna-Graz-Workshop on Computational Social Choice 2023
Workshop on Computational Social Choice in Graz, March 6 and 7, 2023.
Decision Support in Urban Social-Ecological Systems
AE8 - 8th International Architecture and Environment Symposium Decision Support in Urban Social-Ecological Systems.
CAIML Colloquium with Esra Erdem
Esra Erdem talks about Explanation Generation in Applications of Answer Set Programming.
Kate Smith-Miles: “Stress-Testing Algorithms via Instance Space Analysis”
Kate Smith-Miles talks about a recently developed methodology to support objective testing of algorithms.
Hana Rudová: “Vehicle Routing With Transfers”
Hanna Rudová talks about vehicle routing with transfers.
Elina Rönnberg: “Integer Programming Column Generation”
Integer programming column generation: Accelerating branch-and-price for set covering, packing, and partitioning problems.
Digital Humanism Summer School 2022
Join leading experts in informatics, social sciences, and humanities to collaborate on pressing issues of digital politics, economy, and technology.
AI and Algorithms: What is Possible, What is Allowed?
AI expert Stuart J. Russell talks about why a superintelligent AI could destroy us all, and how we have to rethink AI’s benefits.
The premier international gathering of researchers in AI is coming to Vienna.
Nicolò Cesa-Bianchi: “The Power of Cooperation in Networks of Learning Agents”
Nicolò Cesa-Bianchi talks about how a network of agents learns faster through cooperative information exchange.
Computational Uncertainty Quantification: Mathematical Foundations, Methodology & Data
This ESI TP gathers at ESI leading researchers from applied mathematics, scientific computing and high-dimensional, computational statistics.
Tommie Meyer: “Knowledge Representation and Reasoning”
Join guest professor Tommie Meyer as he introduces Knowledge Representation and Reasoning as one of the pillars of AI.
CAIML Symposium 2022
The Center for Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning holds a symposium on cutting-edge issues in AI research and development.
Panel Discussion: “Algorithms. Data. Surveillance – is there a way out?”
Marc Rotenberg, Christiane Wendehorst, and Hannes Werthner discuss democracy, digitalization, and ways to take action. Moderation by Josef Broukal.
Opening of the Christian Doppler Lab for Recommender Systems
The new lab at the Institute for Information Systems Engineering deals with dynamic aspects of recommendations and domain-depended solutions.
Digital Humanism Fellowship Kick-off
TU Wien Informatics cooperates with the Institute for Human Sciences (IWM) to promote Digital Humanism research initiatives.
How Sustainable Is The Footprint Of Digital Technologies?
An online workshop on digital technologies, energy, and sustainability.
“Science is political!”
The 4th DIGHUM workshop dealt with initiatives for a peaceful digital society.
Keynote Talk: “How to Augment Supervised Learning with Reasoning”
Leslie Valiant, Harvard University, USA.
Panel Discussion: “AI between Scientific Research and Societal Impact”
Gerhard Friedrich, James Larus, Helga Nowotny, and Paul Timmers.