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Machines powered by AI increasingly mediate our social, cultural, economic, and political interactions. Understanding the behaviour of AI systems is essential to our ability to control their actions, reap their benefits, and minimize their harms. In these conversations, Iyad Rahwan and his team discuss the need for a broad scientific research agenda to study machine behavior that incorporates the discipline of computer science while also drawing on expertise from across the social and behavioral sciences.

Conversations in Machine Behavior — Trailer Season I

Machines powered by AI increasingly mediate our social, cultural, economic, and political interactions. Understanding the behaviour of AI systems is essential to our ability to control their actions, reap their benefits, and minimize their harms. In these conversations, Iyad Rahwan and his team discuss the need for a broad scientific research agenda to study machine behavior that incorporates the discipline of computer science while also drawing on expertise from across the social and behavioral sciences.
Wie funktioniert unser Gedächtnis? Warum können sich alte Menschen Dinge schlechter merken? Und haben intelligente Menschen ein besseres Gedächtnis als andere? Um das herauszufinden, hat Die Debatte an einem Gedächtnisexperiment bei Myriam C. Sander am Max-Planck-Institut für Bildungsforschung in Berlin teilgenommen.

Wie funktioniert Gedächtnisforschung?

Wie funktioniert unser Gedächtnis? Warum können sich alte Menschen Dinge schlechter merken? Und haben intelligente Menschen ein besseres Gedächtnis als andere? Um das herauszufinden, hat Die Debatte an einem Gedächtnisexperiment bei Myriam C. Sander am Max-Planck-Institut für Bildungsforschung in Berlin teilgenommen.
Der Klinische Psychologe Andreas Maercker und die MPIB-Direktorin Ute Frevert sprechen über den Begriff des Traumas.

Andreas Maercker & Ute Frevert – Traumata und neue Subjektivität

Der Klinische Psychologe Andreas Maercker und die MPIB-Direktorin Ute Frevert sprechen über den Begriff des Traumas.
Does Logically Incoherent Decision-Making Really Have Negative Consequences?

Interview with Prof. Gerd Gigerenzer for Latest Thinking

Does Logically Incoherent Decision-Making Really Have Negative Consequences?
On the occasion of Corporate Risk Minds 2016 Harding Center for Risk Literarcy

Interview with Prof. Gerd Gigerenzer on Risk and Intuition

On the occasion of Corporate Risk Minds 2016 Harding Center for Risk Literarcy
Film with scientists from the Research Center "Adaptive Rationality" as part of a project of the TU Vienna

Dialectical Bootstrapping

Film with scientists from the Research Center "Adaptive Rationality" as part of a project of the TU Vienna
Interviewreihe zur Psychologie der Entscheidungsfindung

Talking About Decisions With Reid Hastie

Interviewreihe zur Psychologie der Entscheidungsfindung
Interviewreihe zur Psychologie der Entscheidungsfindung

Talking About Decisions With Tom Wallsten

Interviewreihe zur Psychologie der Entscheidungsfindung
180 Sekunden - Wissenschaftler erklären ihre Arbeit – Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften 2015

Müller, Meier, Schmidt – Das Gehirn liest mit

180 Sekunden - Wissenschaftler erklären ihre Arbeit – Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften 2015
180 Sekunden – Wissenschaftler erklären ihre Arbeit – Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften 2015

How to Improve Risk Literacy in 3 Minutes

180 Sekunden – Wissenschaftler erklären ihre Arbeit – Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften 2015
180 Sekunden – Wissenschaftler erklären ihre Arbeit – Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften 2015

Thyme to Touch: Investigating How Infants React to Plants

180 Sekunden – Wissenschaftler erklären ihre Arbeit – Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften 2015
180 Sekunden – Wissenschaftler erklären ihre Arbeit – Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften 2015

You're Special but It Doesn't Matter ... Social Recommender Strategies for Mere Mortals

180 Sekunden – Wissenschaftler erklären ihre Arbeit – Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften 2015
Keynote at the Summer Institute on Bounded Rationality: Homo Heuristicus in the Economy on June 5, 2015.

Kathleen Eisenhardt on Simple Rules

Keynote at the Summer Institute on Bounded Rationality: Homo Heuristicus in the Economy on June 5, 2015.
Keynote at the Summer Institute on Bounded Rationality: Homo Heuristicus in the Economy on June 5, 2015

Robin Hagarth—Why Simple Solutions Aren't

Keynote at the Summer Institute on Bounded Rationality: Homo Heuristicus in the Economy on June 5, 2015
Keynote at the Summer Institute on Bounded Rationality: Simple Solutions for a Complex World 2014

Gerd Gigerenzer on Bounded Rationality

Keynote at the Summer Institute on Bounded Rationality: Simple Solutions for a Complex World 2014
Mehdi Moussaid’s talk illustrates how a variety of seemingly complex behaviors observed in crowds (ranging from the spontaneous organization of traffic flows under everyday life conditions, to the emergence of crowd turbulence at extreme density) follow naturally from these heuristics.

Social influence and collective behaviors in pedestrian crowds

Mehdi Moussaid’s talk illustrates how a variety of seemingly complex behaviors observed in crowds (ranging from the spontaneous organization of traffic flows under everyday life conditions, to the emergence of crowd turbulence at extreme density) follow naturally from these heuristics.
On the occasion of the presentation of the Centre for Computational Psychiatry and Ageing Research (UCL) at the British Embassy in Berlin 09.04.2014<br /><br />Length: 1:02:45

Panel Discussion: All A Question Of Age

On the occasion of the presentation of the Centre for Computational Psychiatry and Ageing Research (UCL) at the British Embassy in Berlin 09.04.2014

Length: 1:02:45

Interview mit Professor Gerd Gigerenzer

Entscheidend ist das Bauchgefühl

Interview mit Professor Gerd Gigerenzer
Everyone approaches the demands of daily life in their own way, and every person’s behavior is variable. How does that influence the ability to learn? How variable is cognitive performance from one day to the next – and why? Does stress make the brain fitter? And do older adults vary more in their cognitive performance than younger people? A research team lead by developmental psychologist Ulman Lindenberger has examined these questions in one of the largest studies ever conducted in this field.

100-Day Thinking Marathon

Everyone approaches the demands of daily life in their own way, and every person’s behavior is variable. How does that influence the ability to learn? How variable is cognitive performance from one day to the next – and why? Does stress make the brain fitter? And do older adults vary more in their cognitive performance than younger people? A research team lead by developmental psychologist Ulman Lindenberger has examined these questions in one of the largest studies ever conducted in this field.
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