Tomorrow, the Icelandic Institute for Intelligent Machines and Reykjavík University’s artificial intelligence lab, CADIA, will hold an AI Festival at Reykjavík University, intended to answer question such as, What are the implications for our economic systems as artificial intelligence and extensive automation invade our daily lives?
The program starts at 2 pm and concludes with an open exhibition of artificial intelligence in industry and academia, where participants can enjoy a glimpse of some of the most advanced products, services, and research in the field of AI and high-tech in Iceland.
The theme for this year’s festival is artificial Intelligence and the economy, focusing on how ever more AI and automation will affect our economies. Besides, brand new approaches in economic research will be introduced.
This year, the festival’s keynote speaker is Dr. Doyne Farmer, who has advocated for reforms in economic research and theory.
Admission is free and the festival is open to all. Lectures will be in English only.