The afore-mentioned responsibility encompasses the encouragement of creative practices, as well as an openness for polymaths and cross-disciplinary approaches. There is a strong expectation that art-science-technology collaborations provide a valuable strategy for developing new and before unknown approaches by embracing errors and encouraging diversity, which allows a reflection on itself and its impact on society. These reflexions are essential for the creation of functioning human-machine interfaces in the further development steps of artificial intelligence. Anna Maria Brunnhofer works at the interface of business and creativity in strategy and experience consulting. Her focus is on contemporary technologies and their potential to change existing structures. With her broad background in economics and ethics, fashion design, art studies, and philosophy, her holistic approach to physical and digital matters is a particular strength. https://ars.electronica.art/error/conference/ Ars Electronica https://ars.electronica.art/ https://www.facebook.com/arselectronica https://www.twitter.com/arselectronica https://www.instagram.com/arselectronica https://www.flickr.com/photos/arselectronica
Please feel invited to listen to this talk (held in German) again as replay. Peter Gassmann, Chief Commercial Officer at AdNovum Informatik AG, gives us an insight into the world of Intelligent Agents. Artificial Intelligence supported conversation interfaces already allow a multitude of banking tasks to be carried out, ranging from answering simple customer questions to client onboarding scenarios. But are these Intelligent Agents able to meet today’s high expectations? The Audio-Livestreaming took place on 6 March, between 08 15 – 09 00 am GMT+1 Further information you can find on https://www.bearingpoint.com/talks