'AI: A Dark or Bright Future?' webinar by AmCham

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The American Chamber of Commerce in Hungary (AmCham) will organize a webinar entitled "Artificial Intelligence: A Dark or Bright Future?", featuring senior global innovation and AI expert George A. Tilesch on June 14.

The event will explore AI's on the future, and the present, of business, civil society, and international relations. 

"Although there is much talk of AI, and what it may evolve into in the far future, it is much more important to understand how it impacts our lives today. We live in a pivotal moment when we can still lay down the foundations for ethical, and productive intelligence augmentation that produces AI that complements rather than impedes the human mind. But for this to happen, we humans too will have to learn and adapt," the event description reads.

Tilesch will join the event from California. The host of the event is Zoltán Szabó, President of AmCham.

George A. Tilesch

The online discussion, held in English, will run between 6-7 p.m. on June 14.

The deadline for registration is 2 p.m. on June 11. Participation is free of charge for AmCham Members. 

Registered participants will receive the login details in a separate email after registration ends. 

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