Special, 75min

Engels

Genre: Case Study

All doom scenarios aside: what endless possibilities are in store for the relationship between human beings and AI? Can there be a new perspective, a society in which humanity and technology increasingly converge and reinforce one another? And will we have to readjust our idea of AI for that to be possible? 

One of the representatives of this hopeful futuristic thinking is Polish philosopher and futurologist Aleksandra Przegalinska, writer of the book Collaborative Society and the ‘AI biography’ AI: Inhuman, Archhuman, among others. In a keynote, Aleksandra will use film clips and current developments to present her vision on a possible future for AI and humanity, with a focus on cognitive synergy, extended intelligence, digital literacy and The Future of Work. Following the presentation, Przegalinska will speak with AI-expert Wijnand IJsselstein and the audience.