AI is becoming more and more well known and relevant, and many people worry about the future of humans as a species. This is why we present ACAIS 2017: SurvAIval, a day with interesting talks and discussions.
Are you interested in the latest developments regarding the research field of Artificial Intelligence?
Join us on the 10th of May and discover!
ACAIS 2017 takes place on the 10th of May in Nijmegen,
from 9:30 till 17:30 with an optional dinner till 21:30.
Currently confirmed programme below. See the Timetable for the full programme!
The TRADR project - applied Human-Robot Teaming in the context of Search & Rescue
SuvAIval of the slickest? Superintelligence, cyborgs and human remains
|Time||Track 1||Track 2|
|9:30||Registration & coffee/tea|
|10:45|| The TRADR project: applied Human-Robot Teaming in the context of Search & Rescue |
Joachim de Greeff
|11:45|| Beyond AR & The internet of brains |
|13:15|| Can AI save lives in traffic? |
| Adaptive Educational Apps for Self-taught Literacy and Numeracy |
|14:15|| [Cancelled] SuvAIval of the slickest? Superintelligence, cyborgs and human remains |
| SurvAIving old age and illness: How AI technology may support health and aging, or not |
|15:40|| AI & Law: an overview from an argumentation perspective |
| Building brains |
|16:30|| Discussion |
Waalbandijk 20b, 6541 AJ Nijmegen
Based in the old Honig factory complex, de Kube offers multiple halls, catering, a café and custom decoration. Ideal for this symposium. For more information on how to get there, the link is in Dutch but the page can be translated in the bottom right.
Tickets are sold through Yapsody and Mollie and can be paid using iDeal, creditcard or PayPal. Registration closes Monday, May 8th 11:59 PM. Dinner tickets can only be bought until Friday May the 5th, 15:00. Use this link (opens a new tab).
ACAIS is an annual symposium organised by a team of students, all studying Artificial Intelligence at the Radboud University. ACAIS and the committee are part of study association CognAC. Our philosophy: for and by students; organising an event that stimulates new insights and the exchange of information.
ACAIS is non-profit and is fully funded by ticket fees, subsidies and sponsorships. See below for everyone who contributed to nine years of ACAIS history.
See our previous editions for more information.