The Future of AI-Human Relationships

Participate in a dialogue with the Unite! university alliance researchers about the future of AI-Human Relationships. We invites students from nine European countries to participate and ask questions to the researchers!
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The event is organised by the Unite! university alliance as part of the European Researchers' Night 2023. It is targeted at high school pupils, but is also open to others who are interested in the topic. 

Topics and participating researchers

  • Relationships with chatbots and social robots
    Dakota Root, Grenoble INP
  • Our future with AI
    Tomi Kauppinen, Aalto University
  • Vision Applications in the Open World: Generalize and Recognize Novelty
    Tatiana Tommasi, Politecnico di Torino
  • The wider implications of Generative AI
    Carl-Gustaf Jansson, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
  • Transparency in AI algorithms
    Mariana Rita Ramos Seabra, Universidade de Lisboa
  • Use of AI to Enhance Real-Time Railway Traffic Control (Dispatching)
    Arturo Crespo Materna, TU Darmstadt
  • Data Science and Care sector
    Sonia Garcia Esteban, UPC Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya

The objectives of the event are

1. To briefly present the European University Alliance “Unite!” and its offer for prospective students 

2. To show that the researcher’s job is interesting, exciting, amazing and provides an opportunity to work with colleagues from all around the world

3. To explain some elements and reflections on the History, Present, and Future of AI-Human Relationships (e.g. learning with AI challenges).


Please register to receive the zoom-link before the meeting. 

More information about Unite!

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As part of the Horizon2020 project within the European University Alliance Unite!, we will jointly participate in the European Researchers’ Night. Our event targets High School pupils (15-18 years) and future students in 9 European cities and regions: Lisbon (Portugal), Barcelona (Spain) , Grenoble (France), Turin (Italy), Darmstadt (Germany), Stockholm (Sweden) and Helsinki (Finland), Wroclaw (Poland), Graz (Austria). 


Anneli Vartio, Aalto University 


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