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Stanford Webinar - Trusting Technology: How to Build Confidence in Decision Support Systems

Mitigating risk is critically important to organizations across industries. Automated decision support systems can provide some relief to decision makers in factoring in complex objectives and accounting for various sources of uncertainty. Developing robust systems and building confidence in them is challenging.

Join Stanford’s Prof. Mykel Kochenderfer to explore how advanced computational techniques were used in the development of a safety-critical decision support system for aircraft. This system significantly reduces the risk of mid-air collision and is in the process of becoming an international standard. He will discuss how trust can be established in such complex systems.

You Will Learn

• Specific challenges in facilitating greater levels of automation in aerospace
• Insights into developing and introducing advanced decision support systems
• Approaches to building trust in decision support technology within an organization or industry

About the Speaker

Mykel Kochenderfer is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics at Stanford University. He has a background in aircraft collision avoidance for manned and unmanned aircrafts

Presented By

Artificial Intelligence (http://stanford.io/1WO2ded0) and Guidance and Control (http://stanford.io/2awMkJ5) certificate programs

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