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Exploring Artificial Curiosity: From Machines to Morality
Sunday October 15 at 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm CEST
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Join Hussain Ather for a fascinating journey into the world of Artificial Curiosity. We’ll delve into how AI can exercise the moral virtue of curiosity and what it means for ethics and human-like behavior. Curious? Let’s explore together!
Can machines be curious? How does this curiosity align with moral virtues? Join us for a thought-provoking exploration of Artificial Curiosity and its implications for AI ethics and human-machine interactions. We will delve into these questions by discussing the concept of Artificial Curiosity within the framework of the free energy principle, as proposed by neuroscientist Karl Friston.
- “A Free Energy Principle for the Brain” – Understand the foundation of the free energy principle.
- “Ethical Considerations in AI Development” – Explore the ethical challenges of AI.
- “Active Inference and Artificial Curiosity” – Learn about the concept of active inference.
- “The Theory and Practice of Virtue” – Delve into the moral virtue perspective.
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