We have had significant results in artificial intelligence in the last decade achieved mainly through the development of machine learning and special deep learning. From the amount of data, models that require a lot of data, talented experts and strong computational tools are trained. Are artificial intelligence innovations available to all? And how much do they cost our environment?
Computer scientist and artificial intelligence expert is one of the leading personalities of science in Slovakia. In 2020, she founded and still leads KInIT – Kempelen Institute of Intelligent Technologies (https://kinit.sk), an independent research institute inspired by similar institutions abroad, which as a center of excellent research and expertise in artificial intelligence supports companies' interest in research, their stronger connection with the academic sector and the circulation of talents between sectors and also between Slovakia, Europe and the world. Until 2020, she worked at the Faculty of Informatics and Information Technologies of STU in Bratislava, which she headed for four years from 2015. In 2016, she received the IT …See more info about the speaker