Dr Franz Josef Radermacher
Leading authority on artificial intelligence
The professor of AI at the University of Ulm on ensuring the powerful technology always serves the interests of humankind, the subtle psychology behind human-machine interaction, and the distant prospect of artificial life.
- Humankind needs to take decisive action to ensure the super-intelligent machines of the future are in its service, says AI professor Dr Franz Josef Radermacher — and not a threat to our very existence.
- As companies start to deploy advanced AI applications — from self-driving cars to robot co-workers — they need to better understand the new psychology of human-machine interaction, says Dr Franz Josef Radermacher, professor of artificial intelligence.
- Some fundamental differences exist between human and machine intelligence that will define the scope of AI — at least for the next half a century, says Dr Franz Josef Radermacher, professor of artificial intelligence at the University of Ulm.