Due to the complexities and related risks provided by the ubiquitous deployment of AI there is an ever increasing need to provide users with security and privacy, while living online and surrounded by connected devices. During the talk we will debate the current and future role of AI, namely machine learning and game theory, AI-enabled cybersecurity problems and how AI can help to increase user privacy and safety from AI algorithms both online and in the physical world.
The discussion after the presentation will be chaired by Professor Michael Luck.
Michal Pěchouček is the Chief Technology Officer at Avast. He leads the core technology and R&D teams and is also responsible for Avast’s scientific research in the field of artificial intelligence, machine learning and cybersecurity. He also lectures at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at the Czech Technical University in Prague and leads the Artificial Intelligence Centre which he founded in 2001. He has co-founded several technology start-ups, including Cognitive Security, AgentFly Technologies and Blindspot Solutions.
Michael Luck is Professor of Computer Science and Executive Dean of the Faculty of Natural and Mathematical Sciences at King's College London. He was Head of the Department of Informatics from 2011 to 2013, where he also works in the Agents and Intelligent Systems group, undertaking research into agent technologies and intelligent systems. He is Scientific Advisor to the Board for Aerogility. He has published over 300 articles and twelve books (including monographs, textbooks, and edited collections).
The doors will open at approximately 6.30pm, with a prompt start at 7.00pm.
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The AI Science Cafe Series is kindly supported by AVAST
Part of the AI SCIENCE CAFÉ SERIES 2020
Artificial Intelligence is the new phenomenon of the 21st century and has evolved out of the realm of science fiction and at best, a few technologically advanced minds and IT professionals, to everyday topics of discussion and one of the key drivers of the future progress of humankind. The objective of the AI Science Café series, which will consist of five presentations by high profile, world acclaimed experts, is to introduce, present and publicly discuss various topics that impact our professional as well as our personal lives. As AI topics clearly generate more questions than answers, the series will strive to unveil trends and expectations from the inevitable social and technological changes which the future will bring.
Part of the SCIENCE CAFÉ SERIES
Science Café is a series of popular science presentations and talks by the best Czech scientists and innovators of today presented by the Czech Centre London. Inspired by the phenomenon of Cafe Scientifique which was first established in the UK in 1998 and spread across the world as a place where anyone could come to discuss the latest ideas in science and technology over a cup of coffee or a glass of wine, Science Café is an informal forum for the discussion of current work and interesting scientific issues.
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