Re-Imagining the Social Sciences in the Age of AI

PUBLIC LECTURE

Re-Imagining the Social Sciences in the Age of AI: A Cross-Disciplinary Conversation

Wednesday, March 4
5:30 p.m.

Wolfensohn Hall

Co-organized by the School of Mathematics and the School of Social Sciences, this public event will feature two short talks about the transformational possibilities and provocative challenges that emerge from dialogue between the social sciences and AI. The talks will be followed by a conversation with the speakers moderated by Jacob Foster and a Q&A with the audience.

MODERATOR
Jacob Foster
University of California, Los Angeles

Discovering Decision Rules of Mate Selection
Elizabeth Bruch
University of Michigan

Human Behavior as the Next Frontier for AI
Thomas Griffiths
Princeton University

ORGANIZERS:
Sanjeev Arora
Distinguished Visiting Professor, IAS School of Mathematics
Didier Fassin
James D. Wolfensohn Professor, IAS School of Social Science
Jacob Foster
University of California, Los Angeles
Marion Fourcade
Visiting Professor, IAS School of Social Science

Support for this event is provided by a grant from the Schwab Charitable Fund made possible by the generosity of Eric and Wendy Schmidt, as well as by a grant from the NOMIS Foundation.

Date & Time

March 04, 2020 | 5:30pm

Location

Wolfensohn Hall