Michigan Tech University’s Showcase AI plans to delve deeper into the topic. Over the course of the three-day conference, attendees will hear from keynote speakers and participate in panel discussions focused on the rapidly developing world of artificial intelligence. Several speakers expected at the showcase are strongly involved in the study and development of artificial intelligence. And influenced conversations on the subject.
“Yes. We have several guest speakers for this event, people from all over the world. A talk will be given by Tom Kelley, CEO of Automation Alley. And then we have two speeches from government funding agencies that are going to visit us. So we have Bill Spotz from the Department of Energy. And then Jennifer Weller, who is the program manager for the National Science Foundation. So this is going to provide a really exciting insight into the federal government’s interests in artificial intelligence research.» – Tim Havens, Director, Institute of Computing and Cybersystems
Showcase AI on the Michigan Tech University campus will begin October 4 and continue through the 6th. The three-day showcase showcasing the work of students and faculty will begin with an awards ceremony Wednesday evening, followed by the first panel discussion in the showcase titled AI in Academia and Industry. Go to Keweenaw Report to find more information about Showcase AI, including the conference schedule, keynote speaker details and Friday’s Manufacturing Day event.
Find the complete schedule for Showcase (AI) here.