Tomorrow at 12.00 o’clock, EDI researcher Krišjānis Nesenbergs will speak on Radio SWH broadcast “Mind Will Save the World”.
How to make sure you are talking to a real person and not a bot? What to watch out for in social networks? How can dating sites be used in warfare? How to “educate” social network algorithms? How to protect your privacy?
These and other questions related to artificial intelligence will be discussed on Radio SWH broadcast “Mind Will Save the World” this Saturday, when the studio will host Jānis Sārts, Director of the NATO Centre of Excellence for Strategic Communications, and Krišjānis Nesenbergs, Head of the Cyber-Physical Systems Laboratory at the Institute of Electronics and Computer Science.
The programme will be hosted by Ieva Siliņa, Advisor to the Minister of Economy on Innovation and Digitalisation, Member of the Riga City Council, External Advisor to the President on Science and Education Policy.
The broadcast will be on air on Saturday, 8th of July, at 12:00-13:00, and repeated on Sunday, 9th of July, at 20:00.