SEPTEMBER 12, 6:00 – 8:00 PM, AT CANISIUS UNIVERSITY
The Canisius AI and Society Initiative continues its Conversations on AI symposia series with another dual-track event. Each of two sessions features a discussion focused on AI’s critical implications for education (K-12 and higher ed), or business and government. These sessions are followed by a mixer where all participants can gather to discuss considerations and implications of artificial intelligence for their fields and sectors.
Light refreshments will be served.
TRACK 1: EDUCATION, K-12 AND HIGHER ED
David Rogalski: Instructional Support Specialist & Media Arts Teacher, Kenmore-Tonawanda UFSD
Andrew Lavoie: Design Challenge Coordinator, University at Buffalo
Ken Fujichui: Head of Information Commons & Emerging Technology Librarian, E.H. Butler Library, SUNY Buffalo State
Location: Science Hall 1013A
TRACK 2: BUSINESS, GOVERNMENT AND HEALTHCARE
ETHICS OF ROBOTICS AND AI
Dr. Stephen Petersen: Professor of Philosophy, Niagara University
Location: Science Hall Commons