Hungarian Conservative

Tag: Artificial intelligence

Discussing philosophy in general and whether it should be incorporated in education is an everyday topic. In this interview, Cornell University professor Barry Strauss delves into the issue, explaining why
According to Martin Robinson, the essential question about the use of AI in general is whether it is humans who remain in charge of and part of the process, or
The question whether parents should be involved in what goes on in the school comes up frequently. In this interview Anthony O’Hear shares his opinion on the topic, while also
Political activism in schools, the introduction of politics into the curriculum and the regulation of AI in education are all important questions today. In this interview, Stuart Waiton offers insight
The new rules prohibit AI applications that could violate citizens’ rights. These include biometric categorization based on sensitive personal data or the creation of facial recognition databases using images downloaded
Deputy State Secretary Szabolcs Szolnoki emphasized that the aim of the government programmes is to ensure the accessibility of digital technologies to as many stakeholders as possible through the involvement
The event featured insightful and fascinating discussions on the possible revival of classical education, the dangers of political activism in the classroom, and the perils of the use of artificial
Throughout the negotiations, Hungary consistently advocated for regulations that support European businesses and developments without unnecessarily increasing red tape, while providing adequate flexibility for member states.
As it was pointed out by the Hungarian Competition Authority, the extraordinary resources required for AI technology are presently monopolized by the largest technological giants, potentially distorting market competition in
The Hungarian Science Festival has been organized since 2003, commemorating the fact that on 3 November 1825, István Széchenyi offered one year’s income from his estates to establish the Society