Tue, Dec 07, 2021 @ 09:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Computer Science, Information Sciences Institute
Conferences, Lectures, & Seminars
Speaker: Multiple panelists, USC and collaborators
Talk Title: AI with Common Sense
Series: USC AI Futures Symposium on AI
Abstract: Humans use common sense knowledge to understand how the world works. AI systems still lack common sense knowledge, which is critical in many domains in order to form expectations, manage unexpected situations, and connect with the human experience. This symposium presents an overview of research at USC on acquiring and organizing commonsense knowledge, integrating it into AI systems, and measuring its impact on improving AI system behaviors and interactions with people.
This event is part of the USC AI Futures Symposium Series. Prior events were held in May 2021 with the theme: AI and Data Science, and in January 2021 with the theme: Will AIs Ever Be One of Us?.
Please visit website to register and view updated information https://isi-usc-edu.github.io/USC-CommonSense-Symposium/
Host: Yolanda Gil
Audiences: Everyone Is Invited
Contact: Lori Weiss/USC ISI