Séminaire GREDEG: Yulin HSWEN (Univ. of California San Francisco)

Publié le 27 février 2024 Mis à jour le 15 mars 2024

le 21 mars 2024


Dr. Hswen's recent focus lies in exploring the realm of artificial intelligence (AI) and its potential to mimic human attributes, particularly delving into the complex questions surrounding its comparison to human capabilities such as communication. This inquiry extends to pondering whether AI might supplant humans in various tasks, yet simultaneously examining its capacity to replicate or understand emotions such as kindness, and empathy or disgust and discrimination. Dr. Hswen seeks to unravel the ethical questions surrounding AI's ability to interpret thoughts and the possibility of download our minds – allowing us to become figuratively and literally immortal.

Understanding human emotion: AI vs. Humans

Abstract: In this presentation at NICE University, Dr. Hswen delves into the capacity of new generative AI tools to exhibit empathy and accurately detect negative emotions and treatment towards patients, juxtaposed against human assessment. Dr. Hswen investigates innovative evaluation methodologies, encompassing human manual curation and traditional AI sentiment analysis tools, to discern the proficiency of large language models like ChatGPT in comprehending communication nuances and emotional cues.

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Le 21 mars 2024 14:00 - 15:30