How Artificial Intelligence is revolutionizing our everyday lives
Artificial intelligence is changing our world at breakneck speed. This has become especially noticeable to the public since the popularization of ChatGPT. The AI chatbot system provides surprisingly clever answers to all kind of questions, can write essays and technical articles, term papers, recipes or even poems and software that are deceptively similar to the products of human creativity. AI is no longer an utopia for scientists in Silicon Valley, but accessible to everyone.
But what does it mean, if AI is inextricably rooted in everyday live? How will AI change the way we produce knowledge, art, and entertainment? Do we need to relearn how to critically question texts and facts? How is AI transforming the world of work and how is it affecting our relationships? What happens when machines reproduce the biases of their inventors? Who defines the legal and ethical guardrails for AI systems? Who controls whether they work in the interest of their inventors and the general public? Can AI (simulate) love and friendship or even develop consciousness?
Ralf Krauter, Editor "Forschung aktuell" Deutschlandfunk, and Andreas Sentker, Managing Editor and Head of the department "Wissen" Die ZEIT, discuss these questions - in German - with the following experts:
Kenza Ait Si Abbou: Director Client Engineering IBM, bestselling author "Menschenversteher".
Mario Brandenburg: Member of the German Bundestag, Parliamentary State Secretary at the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), Business Informatics Specialist (M. Sc.)
Mina Saidze: Data Lead Axel Springer SE, Tech Evangelist FreeTech and Founder Inclusive Tech
Prof. Dr. Klaus-Robert Müller: Computer Scientist, Professor for Machine Learning at TU Berlin and Director of the Berlin Institute for the Foundations of Learning and Data (BIFOLD)
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Zeit Forum Wissenschaft is a series of events organized by the ZEIT-Stifung Ebelin und Gerd Bucerius and the weekly newspaper DIE ZEIT in cooperation with Deutschlkandfunk and Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften.