José Luis Verdegay

More about José Luis Verdegay:

University Of Granada – Professor

José Luis Verdegay is Professor of Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence at the University of Granada (Spain) and member of the Research Group on Decision Models and Optimization (MODE). He has held numerous positions at that University, in the Interministerial Scientific and Technical Commission (CICyT) and in the TEMPUS Office of the European Union.
In the period from 2008 until 2015 he was Delegate of the Rector of the UGR for ICT. Since 2015 he is regional director of the Ibero-American University Graduate Association (AUIP).
He is author of more than 400 scientific publications, he has the special teaching category as Guest Professor of the Higher Polytechnic Institute “José Antonio Echeverría” of Havana, the Central University “Marta Abreu” de las Villas and the University “Oscar Lucero Moya” in Holguin (Cuba). He is a fellow of the International Fuzzy Systems Association (IFSA), “IEEE Senior Member”, honorary member of the Academy of Mathematics and Computing of Cuba and “Distinguished Guest” of the National University of Trujillo (Peru).
His topics of study are related to the problems of decision making process and optimization in Artificial Intelligence and the design, implementation and application of Autonomous Decision Systems in “Smart Sites”, in the tourism sector and in intermodal transport.

José Luis Verdegay will speak about:

Autonomous decision systems: opportunity or threat?

10:40 - 11:10 Monday 21 September


Conference:

Systems that are based on Artificial Intelligence have reached levels of competence in decision-making that in many aspects are equal, when they do not exceed, to people. The Autonomous Decision Systems can increase the capacity and efficiency of people in their own fields of action, they could also replace them, something that concerns the whole of the Society.
Thus, when it comes to avoid the possible dysfunctions of these systems, both about functioning and of substitution people, we can consider that it is a social, scientific and technological goal, which makes more necessary than ever to have models that collect all the richness and variety of decision problems that we must face and address the ethical approaches that should guide its operation. In this conference we would try to touch all these points.

 

Level: Medium.


Language of speak: Español