NTNU Faculty of Humanities Innovation Day, Powered by the BIAS Project

NTNU successfully hosted this year’s Faculty of Humanities (HF) Innovation Day in collaboration with their Innovation Manager, Dr. Dagfinn Dybvig. The group delved into the intersection of AI and humanities research. The event was co-organized by the DigiKULT research group’s Yu Cheng and Nienke Bruijning, drawing around 20 HF faculty employees.

Throughout the event, participants had the opportunity to glean insights from the innovative EU project and engage in a group discussion led by the NTNU’s Assoc. Prof. Roger A. Søraa, who shared his experiences as the project’s Principal Investigator. It was an honour to have knowledge-sharing sessions with the project partners, including Prof. Pinar Øztürk from IDI NTNU, who spoke on “AI from Academia to Society.” Additionally, EU Project and Research Manager Marzia Cescon from Smart Venice, Italy, presented on “Using collaborative approaches for fostering inclusive R&I – the examples of the BIAS workshops and the CALIPER charter” (online).

Following the group work, a panel of researchers from HF provided a concise summary of each group’s discussions. This was succeeded by a lively discussion about the possibilities and challenges that AI presents to our disciplines. Overall, the workshop proved thought-provoking and informative, leaving attendees eager to explore the potential of AI in their work and paving the way for further discussions at the NTNU AI Day.

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