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Purpose & Possibilities: A.I. at CMU - A Dialogue with CMU Faculty - Option 2

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The future is now. Breakthrough innovations once thought to be science fiction have become fact. The question is no longer “Can we do that?” but rather “How can we do this in a way that is beneficial to all?”

CMU’s interdisciplinary research around artificial intelligence, big data and machine learning is making world-changing and ambitious advancements possible and leading the world’s modern technological revolution.

Join Provost James H. Garrett, Jr. and CMU faculty to explore how Carnegie Mellon’s work puts humanity at the center of technology — examining the ethical impacts of A.I. on the world around us, leveraging machines to enhance human capabilities and building predictive models and algorithms that lead to equitable societal outcomes.

Purpose & Possibilities: A.I. at CMU
Friday, December 4
1 p.m. ET (UTC-4)/11:30 p.m. India Standard Time (UTC+5:30)
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Virtual Session

Learn how CMU is changing the way we live, work and connect for the better while enriching the lives of people everywhere.

All participants must register for the event. A Zoom login link will be provided before the virtual session in a confirmation email.

Featured Faculty:

  • Rayid Ghani (CS 2001), Distinguished Career Professor, Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy and School of Computer Science
  • Molly Wright Steenson, K&L Gates Associate Professor of Ethics & Computational Technologies, Senior Associate Dean for Research, and Associate Professor, Design, College of Fine Arts
  • Conrad Tucker, Arthur Hamerschlag Career Development Professor, Mechanical Engineering, College of Engineering

Learn more about the speakers.

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