Autumn Meeting, Wednesday 6th Decemeber, 10.00am – 5.00pm, Imperial College London
Artificial Intelligence and Complexity: What can AI do for physics and what can physics do for AI?
AI isn’t magic, but to many physicists working in complexity science it might as well be! This all-day meeting is an opportunity for non-specialists to experience an introduction to the central concepts and open research questions in this fast-progressing field. The aim of the event is to explore links between approaches in the field of complexity science and those in AI, and to consider how AI could play a role in solving the hardest problems in physics.
- Elucidating the underlying principles of AI, giving concrete examples which bring them to life.
- Cutting edge problems in AI from a physicist’s perspective.
- Applications of AI to problems in physics: opportunities, challenges and limitations.
- Professor Tobias Pries (University of Warwick)
- Ilya Feige (ASI Data Science)
The meeting will be open to all, with particular emphasis on the members of the IOP group and general members. This includes undergraduate and graduate students as well as academics.