With a new brochure, an “Infoflip” on the subject of AI, the Konrad Adenauer Foundation (KAS) aims to address the most frequently asked questions on the subject. The publication deals, among other things, with machine learning, the exploitation of data and questions of ethics — topics which will also play an important role at the Federal Government’s 2019 Digital Summit in Nuremberg, beginning today.
Philipp Otto and Eike Gräf from iRights.Lab have contributed significantly to the making of the brochure.
The basic definition of artificial intelligence is covered, as are image and speech recognition, automated driving and neural networks. The publication also addresses the questionof what politics and society can do.
You can find further information on this topic on the KAS website: www.meschmasch.de.
iRights.Lab also deals extensively with the topics of algorithms and artificial intelligence, for example in working to develop a catalogue of quality criteria for the application of algorithms.