Humanities Informatics Lab Final Showcase: Human/Machine Intelligence
The Zoom link for this event is available here.
The Human and Machine Intelligence Group was formed three years ago with a few interested participants. It now has over 100 members with a mixture of faculty, graduate students, undergraduate students, and external members, drawn from nine of UVA's twelve schools. It has hosted more than 65 speakers from 16 universities and research institutes. The Showcase panel features three or our members discussing their HMI related research ranging from Law, through Statistics to Economics. The talks are aimed at a broad audience.
Ashley Deeks, The E. James Kelly, Jr. Class of 1965 Research Professor of Law: “Predicting Enemies”
Anton Korinek, Associate Professor of Economics: “AI and the Future of Work”
Dan Spitzner, Associate Professor of Statistics: “Socially-Inclusive Foundations of Statistics”
Jack Chen, Associate Professor of Chinese Literature, Moderator
Please visit IHGC's Humanities Informatics page for more information: https://humanities-informatics.as.virginia.edu/