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1 & 2 APR `20 STATION BERLIN
10 Apr 2019 | 15:50 - 16:10 | Big-Data.AI Summit

Augmented Intelligence - A Human-Machine Marriage on our Way to Complete Automation

Hari Seldon Stage
Stage BAS
At present and in foreseeable future, many critical tasks, such as disease diagnosis, will not be fully automated through artificial intelligence technologies despite their often above-human performance. There are two main reasons for this. First, artificial intelligence is widely considered a black box. Understanding the reasoning behind predictions is difficult for many algorithms and practically not (yet) possible for others. Humans tend to mistrust things they do not understand. Second, intelligent machines are developed to create value and make our lives better. In many cases, machine intelligence supporting humans turns out to be superior to pure automation. In fact, the combination of formalized information internalized by the model and tacit knowledge of the human worker often results in a more complete picture of the situation and leads to a better outcome. However, what does it take to make this human-machine marriage a happy one?
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