Artificial Intelligence: What its Implications for You?

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Join us for a webinar discussion with Trinity University Computer Science professors Mathew Hibbs, Ph.D., and Mark Lewis ’96, Ph.D.

Few would argue that technology plays a major role in shaping the way the modern world works. In recent years, much of the focus has moved from technology in general to the specific technologies of AI, machine learning, and big data. In this webinar, the two professors will explore what these technologies really are and how they might impact society in the coming years. They will address questions like:

  • What are AI and machine learning and how do they relate to big data?
  • What are some of the key areas where these technologies are having a significant impact?
  • How might we expect these technologies to alter the way we do things in the future?
  • What are the good, the bad, and the ugly of these technologies?

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Mathew Hibbs, Ph.D., is an associate professor of Computer Science at Trinity University.
He teaches courses in computer programming, computer graphics, game development, and bioinformatics. His research is in the area of computational biology, which applies computational methods to solve biological problems. In particular, Dr. Hibbs develops and applies machine learning and data visualization methods to study aging and diseases of aging, such as osteoporosis and cancer.

Mark Lewis, Ph.D., is a professor of Computer Science at Trinity University.
He has been teaching at Trinity since 2001. While his research focuses mostly on large- scale simulation and visualization of planetary ring systems, he is also an avid follower of current technology and the impact that it has on society. He teaches the CS department’s course on Big Data and Machine Learning.

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Wednesday, September 30, 2020 at 6:30pm to 7:30pm

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