During his presentation Dr. Kristinn R. Thórisson introduced the RU-led, EU-funded HUMANOBS project that produced a radically new approach to machine learning. Rooted in cybernetics, this approach allows computer agents to learn complex tasks by observation, without the detailed information needed up-front in prior approaches.
Spring has arrived and it’s time for the annual IIIM & CADIA Open Day. This is a great opportunity for all of those interested in the newest achievements in the field of AI as they can join the IIIM and CADIA researchers for an afternoon of exciting and informative presentations. Continue reading Come visit us on IIIM & CADIA Open Day
Time & Location
10th of June, 2011 at 13:00, in Reykjavik University, Betelgás (Venus, 1st floor)
Dr. Jacky Mallet, Ph.D. graduate from MIT, will be holding a talk at Reykjavik University on her research on modern banking systems and economic theory. Using complex dynamic systems, her computer simulations have yielded evidence challenging some of the assumptions on which modern economic theories are based.
A number of deficiencies in the textbook model of the banking system’s behaviour will be demonstrated in the talk, titled Analysing the Behaviour of the Textbook Fractional Reserve Banking Model as a Complex Dynamic System.
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Our offices will be open to visits during our IIIM Open Day on Friday, May 13, 2011 at Reykjavik University, Menntavegur 1.
Take the opportunity to meet our team, learn about our achievements in year 2010, find out more about our major challenges, future developments and collaboration opportunities we currently offer.
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