AUGUST 17, 6:00 – 8:00 PM, AT CANISIUS UNIVERSITY
The Canisius AI and Society Initiative continues its Conversations on AI symposia series with a second event that kicks off a dual-track program.
Two simultaneous panel sessions focus on education (K-12 and higher education), and business and government. In each, panelists and attendees consider the implications of generated AI for their enterprises. These sessions are followed by a mixer where all participants can gather to discuss artificial intelligence for their fields and sectors. By considering AI (and other emerging concerns in technology and society) across disciplines, professions and sectors, we might discover more helpful perspectives and opportunities.
Light refreshments will be served.
TRACK 1: EDUCATION, K-12 AND HIGHER ED
Paul McAfee, PhD, instructor of business, University at Buffalo School of Management, Singapore, and adjunct professor, Daemen University MBA Program.
Humberto Hernandez, director of online learning and instructional design and assistant professor for the School of Business and Pharmacy at D’Youville University
Joshua Kovacich, director of information technology, Buffalo Public Schools
Location: Old Main 104
TRACK 2: BUSINESS AND GOVERNMENT (INCLUDING HEALTHCARE)
Jacob Michalski, software engineer, Moog Inc.
Justin Del Vecchio, PhD, assistant professor, Cybersecurity and Computer Science, Canisius University
Jamie Bono, co-founder and chief analytics officer, Wellconnected
Location: Old Main 223
THE MIXER FOLLOWS SESSIONS, IN THE OLD MAIN FACULTY LOUNGE (OM 109)
Submitted by: Tyler Kron-Piatek, Instructional Designer, COLI