Deutsch Intern
Center for Artificial Intelligence and Data Science

AI Talks @JMU Summer 2023

In the 4th series of AI talks, selected guests and new CAIDAS members present their research with exciting talks on current activities and projects. The talks will take place on tuesdays at 16:15. The talks will be 45 minutes, followed by a 15-minute discussion. The language of presentation is English.

Afterwards there will be the opportunity for a casual get together with drinks and snacks.

The talks will take place in Z6 building in room 0.002.

See below for details.

upcoming talks:

past talks:

past series:

upcoming talks

18 July - 16:15

Chair for Global Urbanization and Remote Sensing, CAIDAS, DLR

Topic: Remote Sensing, AI and Urbanization

past talks

9 May

Prof. Dr. Rainer Gemulla

Chair of Practical Computer Science I: Data Analytics, University of Mannheim

Topic: Knowledge Graph Embeddings and Beyond

23 May

CISPA, Saarbrücken

Topic: Scaling up gene regulatory models to fight underspecification

23 June

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Sebastian Stober

Otto-von-Guericke- University Magdeburg, Artificial Intelligence Lab

Topic: Explaining Deep Neural Networks using Techniques inspired by Cognitive Neuroscience

4 July

Prof. Dr. Stephan Günnemann

TU München, Data Analytics and Machine Learning

Topic: Adversarial Robustness of Graph Neural Networks