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”Alea iacta est”, says ChatGPT?!

21. září 8:30 - 18:00

Cena je €184 za osobu, studenti zdarma (platba via faktura až do 30. záři)

Konference bude v angličtině se simultánním českým překladem.

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„Alea iacta est“ měl Julius Caesar říci (tedy podle Wikipedie), než překročil Rubikon. Byl to krok, ze kterého není cesty zpět a zároveň nikdo neví, co bude dál – jak prý sám dodal. Když ChatGPT řekne „Alea iacta est“, je to velmi podobné a přesně tato diskuse se otevře (lépe snad bude pokračovat) na naši konferenci „Alea iacta est“, says ChatGPT?!, 21. září v Břevnovském klášteře (jako všechny naše konference) v Praze.

Filozof (Fabian Goppelsröder) a AI-Expert (Jan Kleindienst) přednášejí dvě hlavní přednášky, které se snaží posoudit neznámé po překročení Rubikonu (samozřejmě z různých úhlů pohledu), a tyto jsou v dalších čtyřech přednáškách doplněny o reálné zkušenosti s AI v průmyslu. Samozřejmě bude hodně času na napínavé diskuse…

Poněkud nudné? Co na to ChatGPT:

„Připojte se k nám na celý den plný inspirativních přednášek a zapojujících diskusí, které poskytnou náhledy do budoucího vývoje. Kromě toho se dozvíte, jak UI již dnes transformuje průmysl.

Prosím, rezervujte si datum v kalendáři nebo ještě lépe se zaregistrujte ihned. Zajistěte si své místo, protože počet účastníků je omezený.

Těšíme se na vaši účast na konferenci „Alea iacta est“, kde společně můžeme prozkoumat nepředvídatelnou budoucnost a fascinující aplikace UI v průmyslu.“

No, no s tím UI (User Interface?) se to moc nepovedlo…

Conference Agenda

09:00-09:30Get together – breakfastall
09:30-09:45WelcomeStanislav Krejčí
09:45-10:30ChatGPT lesson learned. Is the human brain just a giant „Large Language Model“? 

Jan Kleindienst

Thinker. Dreamer. AI Researcher & Engineer. 25Y IBMer. Co-founder & Co-CEO of The MAMA AI

10:30-11:00…we will see?!

Olaf Sauer

All through his professional life Dr.-Ing. Olaf Sauer (60) has worked at the interface of manufacturing  and information technology. He has experienced why engineers and computer scientists do not really understand each other. Will this be overcome in the future – we will see?!

11:00-11:30Coffee breakAll
11:30-12:00AI for digital engineering

Dimitri Penner (Research Officer) and Dr.-Ing. Miriam Schleipen (Chief Research Officer)

curious, experienced, playful technical experts in the context of digital twins, digital shadows, and virtual commissioning  participating in national and international standardization groups dealing with semantic interoperability and Industry 4.0

12:00-12:30AI for Problem solving

Ing. Zbyněk Bosák

normal former Quality guy with knowledge of the Industrial statistics methods and Problem solving. Now trying to utilize the knowledge in the R&D area with focus on the Digitization and Data Analytics.

12:30- 14:30Lunch + siestaAll
14:30-15.15The Art of the Perfect Twist: Exploring Screw Tightening Processes and Curves

Jaroslav Staněk

Partner and Senior Consultant at Diribet spol. s r.o., where he leads the development of advanced calculation methods, ensuring their strong connection to the technical substance of the phenomena being calculated. He also serves as the Head of the Data Science team, applying his expertise in production process control, metrology, and the reliability of technical systems.

In addition to his role at Diribet, Jaroslav works as a Simulations and Reliability Engineering Manager at Doosan Bobcat. He specializes in developing virtual and laboratory tests that maintain a controlled relationship with customer usage conditions

15.15-16:00AI visual inspection is changing the game

 Ing. Petr Koutný

familiar with precise production processes – served as process & development engineer, engineering & technical manager, production manager, CEO, all in both CZ and international companies

16:00-17:00Guided tour through Diribet and Mama AI exhibition / Břevnov Monastery / Břevnov Breweryall, divided by interest

Lecture short description

Do we need Robot Rights? On the Relation between Man and Machine

The relationship between man and machine has changed permanently in recent years. Through the developments in the field of machine learning, the biased understanding of technology as „the other“ develops more and more in the direction of a discourse that either takes on eschatological features or describes the worst threat scenarios. Man will either be redeemed through technological singularity or annihilated in a post- or rather anti human machine world. Since its beginnings in the 19th century, however, philosophy of technology has repeatedly offered approaches to a deliberative stance towards this question, whose fundamental goal is the recognition of the relative existential autonomy of technical objects (Gilbert Simondon). The lecture will seek to extend this historical perspective into the present debate.

AI for digital engineering

The digitalization of highly automated plant engineering also creates opportunities for solutions based on AI. The presented approaches demonstrate that functional models can be derived from real measurement data using AI technologies. In addition, the FMI standard can be seamlessly applied based on the AI-generated models.

The Art of the Perfect Twist: Exploring Screw Tightening Processes and Curves

This lecture delves into the analysis of screw tightening processes and the resulting curves produced under various tightening scenarios, emphasizing the importance of domain knowledge, measurement error, and signal-noise considerations. By showcasing a range of examples, we aim to highlight the different parameters that influence the curves generated and stress the necessity of prioritizing competency and technical expertise in the field.

Focusing on the tightening machine’s ability to identify both OK and NOK curves through deterministic criteria, we propose introducing an „OK, but…“ category to provide a more nuanced understanding of the tightening process. This approach involves examining collected data and directing the attention of human experts towards the unclear or unusual segments, thereby facilitating expert decision-making and optimizing the screw tightening process.

We propose the tightening data to be categorized as either “usual” or “remarkable”, with the latter further classified into physiologic and pathologic categories. The lecture will explore various techniques for extracting informative characteristics and classifying patterns, ranging from basic data manipulation to advanced methods like general pattern recognition, feature extraction, and dynamic time warping.

ChatGPT lesson learned. Is the human brain just a giant „Large Language Model“?

ChatGPT opened the door to a new kind of AI. Millions of people use these large language models daily and they are getting more hooked up to it. What were the precursors of ChatGPT? What are the possible future scenarios? Are we summoning a devil?  And what does this tipping point teach us about humans? 

AI for Problem solving 

Utilization of the ChatGPT as a tool&knowledge base for the Problem solving methods.

AI visual inspection is changing game

AI visual inspection is a game changer – from vague slow fuzzy eye surface detection to accurate and speedy performance. The question is: is it better to invest in a 100% non-value-added final inspection supported by 18 neural networks, or to invest in a value-added OEE increase?

Cena je €184 za osobu, studenti zdarma (platba via faktura až do 30. záři)

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21. září
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Břevnov Monastery
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