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prof. dr. Guszti Eiben

prof. dr. Guszti Eiben

Artificial Intelligence | Learning Machines | Robotics | Data Mining
Languages : Dutch, English, Hungarian

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Guszti Eieben is professor Artificial Intelligence, with a focus on robotics. His knowlegde, passion and broad view makes it possible to connect evolution, robotics and intelligence. He works on the frontiers of research and knows how to reflect on the Brave New World of thinking, talking, learning and evolving machines.

The future is already here! Who governs the ethics and safety of these topics? Guszti studied Mathematics in Budapest and holds his doctorate in Computer Science. He is a professor at the VU in Amsterdam and honorary professor at the University of York. He is a visionair and out-of-the-box thinker. His research has a focus on Artificial Evolution. He is an international expert in combining evolution and robotics; he was the first in the world who let two robots have a child.

With great enthusiasm for his field of research, that he effortlessly projects on his audience, he inspires people to think about the future. 

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Guszti Eieben is professor Artificial Intelligence, with a focus on robotics. His knowlegde, passion and broad view makes it possible to connect evolution, robotics and intelligence. He works on the frontiers of research and knows how to reflect on the Brave New World of thinking, talking, learning and evolving machines.

The future is already here! Who governs the ethics and safety of these topics? Guszti studied Mathematics in Budapest and holds his doctorate in Computer Science. He is a professor at the VU in Amsterdam and honorary professor at the University of York. He is a visionair and out-of-the-box thinker. His research has a focus on Artificial Evolution. He is an international expert in combining evolution and robotics; he was the first in the world who let two robots have a child.

With great enthusiasm for his field of research, that he effortlessly projects on his audience, he inspires people to think about the future. 

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Robot Baby The Evolution of Things C Guszti Eiben VU Amsterdam
Robot Baby The Evolution of Things C Guszti Eiben VU Amsterdam