Prof. Wolfgang Henseler at ML Conference 2017

“It’s all about machines and creating their minds”

JAXenter Editorial Team

How can you design artificial intelligence to benefit society? How do you integrate smart systems into business life? Prof. Wolfgang Henseler addressed these questions in his keynote at the ML Conference 2017, “It’s all about machines and creating their minds”.

Machine learning, smart algorithms and autonomous products start to become realities of our daily life. But how do we need to design the artifical intelligence systems so they will be accepted, used and socially integrated in our societies and future businesses?

Getting an idea why it is not about data but the situative relevance in data to become successful in data-driven business and how to architecture the smart ecosystems so they will be beneficial for us as human beings will be an essential part of this presentation. Getting insights of how to design user centric AI systems from the user’s point of view will make you understand why it’s not about technology but all about user centricity.

Here’s Prof. Wolfgang Henseler’s keynote address from ML Conference 2017, “It’s all about machines and creating their minds”.

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machinesProf. Wolfgang Henseler is founder and managing creative director at SENSORY-MINDS, a designstudio for New Media and Innovative Technologies based in Offenbach am Main (Germany). He is a professor for Digital Media and an expert in Digital Transformation, Natural User Interface Design, User Experience 4.0 and Usability – and the dean for Intermedia Design – the design of smart objects and the Internet of Things – at the University of Pforzheim – Faculty for Design. Professor Henseler leads the strategic creative department, the usability lab and the trend and innovation division of SENSORY-MINDS. He is an expert for customer- and user-centered innovative technology systems and a consultant to global enterprises and the German government concerning nowadays digital transformation and future business modeling.

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