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Are Causal Models Intuitive Oracles? Case Study Based on an Emergency Braking Assistant

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The meetings of the Causal Inference Working Group serve as a platform for collaboration and discussion, focussing on causal data analysis in academia and industry. Using causal techniques, the group aims to develop intelligent strategies for data analysis that surpass the correlation based approach of classical statistics, in order to distill robust causal information from

Towards Actionable XAI

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The field of EXplainable Artificial Intelligence (XAI) is slowly progressing out of its infancy stage, with current developments describing a trend towards human-aligned explanations. But what what does that mean? In this talk, Dr. Sebastian Lapuschkin (Head of the XAI Group of the Fraunhofer Heinrich-Hertz-Institute (HHI) in Berlin, Germany) is going to guide through the

Causal Process Mining

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The meetings of the Causal Inference Working Group serve as a platform for collaboration and discussion, focussing on causal data analysis in academia and industry. Using causal techniques, the group aims to develop intelligent strategies for data analysis that surpass the correlation based approach of classical statistics, in order to distill robust causal information from

Is He Still Assisting or Is He Already Operating – Clinical Robotics: the Doctors of the Future?

Technologiezentrum Augsburg Am Technologiezentrum 5, Augsburg

Robots have become indispensable in modern medicine - and in particular in minimally invasive surgery: smaller, more flexible, more specialized, more intelligent and however yet only in the function of technical assistants. Will it stay like this? Where is the journey going? What are the main hurdles when it comes to establishing robotics and related

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