Roundtable “AI and Humanity”
|Date(s)||Available Early June 2022 (on Tokyo College YouTube Channel)|
Following the now-available video “AI vs. Go vs. Humans,” this roundtable discussion is the second installment on the relationship between AI and humans. This time, an AI specialist (Prof. MATSUBARA Hitoshi) and a historian (Director HANEDA Masashi) are joined by experts in social technology (Prof. YOKOHAMA Hiromi) and philosophy (Prof. KOKUBUN Kōichirō) to engage in a cross-disciplinary discussion.It has been said that by executing algorithms in the same way, there is no difference between the human brain and AI (artificial intelligence). Is this really the case? What does it mean to be “human”? To be an “AI”? What can current AI do and not do? In anticipation of a future in which humans and AI coexist, we discuss what we should keep in mind and what we can do to prepare.
HANEDA Masashi (Tokyo College, Director)
MATSUBARA Hitoshi (Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Professor)
YOKOYAMA Hiromi (Kavli IPMU, Professor)
KOKUBUN Koichiro (Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Professor)
|Organized by||Tokyo College, The University of Tokyo|