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April 20, 2022 Sarah Bioly

From Cape Town and Khartoum to Tübingen

Different perspectives advance research. Yet Africa is considered all too rarely in this context. A fellowship program for young researchers aims to change that. It brings five talents from African countries to Tübingen to spend half a year working on research projects in machine learning.
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December 6, 2021 Theresa Authaler

Towards AI systems that can explain decisions

Skepticism about the use of AI systems is widespread. Many say the systems are too opaque. Professor for Explainable Machine Learning Zeynep Akata wants to change that - and has made the user’s perspective the focal point of her research.
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July 19, 2021 Nina Himmer

When Artificial Intelligence Predicts a Heart Attack

Algorithms are becoming better and better at analyzing medical images and recognizing diseases. Researchers Christian Baumgartner and Sergios Gatidis – one an expert on artificial intelligence (AI), the other a radiologist – expect that algorithms will fundamentally change doctors’ work.
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July 19, 2021 Theresa Authaler

Responsibility Cannot Be Delegated to an Algorithm

Computer Science Professor Ulrike von Luxburg speaks in an interview about the opportunities and challenges of trimming machine learning systems to fairness. Prof. von Luxburg also explains why she is convinced that people, rather than machines should resolve certain questions.
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