Study abroad program in Ljubljana, Slovenia: AI & Humanities

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Information on AI & Humanities: Language, Literature, and Ethics, featuring Linguistics faculty Gašper Beguš and Nina Beguš, a PhD Candidate in Comparative Literature at Harvard University.
Apply to a 3-week Early Fall Start program on AI & Humanities set in Ljubljana, Slovenia, one of the centers for AI in Europe and home to the first UNESCO International Research Center for AI. Applications open to all students.

More info: courses.washington.edu/aihum

Date: August 30 – September 19, 2020

Location: Ljubljana, Slovenia

The ultimate goal of the program is that students learn basic quantitative skills to understand how AI works, and learn to use arts and humanities as a means to address ethical challenges that the new technologies will bring in the future. 

No prerequisites or language requirements.

Applications are due Feb 15.

Feel free to contact us at aihum@uw.edu with any questions!

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