Join UC Tech community members online to share your key takeaways and questions with Camille Crittenden, Executive Director of CITRIS and the Banatao Institute, and UC IT Blog team for a collaborative discussion.
This fall, CITRIS Research Exchange, hosted a content-rich, four-part series on the status and future of AI, featuring leading researchers and policy advisors. During the sessions, students, faculty and other members of the community, including the UC Tech news team, had the opportunity to ask questions, chat with the speakers, and meet other members of the UC tech community interested in AI.
Next, one of the event organizers, Camille Crittenden, Executive Director of CITRIS and the Banatao Institute, along with the UC IT Blog/Tech News team, is creating a virtual event for our colleagues from the UC Tech community to gather, review key takeaways, and hear your thoughts about AI’s societal implications and future potential.
Join us on Wednesday, October 25, from 2-2:45. We will be meeting via this Zoom Registration link
Discussion Session: Distinguished Lectures on The Status and Future of AI
Wednesday, October 25, 2-2:45 p.m.
Host: UC IT blog team
Moderator: Camille Crittenden
Location: Zoom Registration Link
Audience: Open to all members of the UC tech community interested in AI
- Share key takeaways and questions about the four part CITRIS Research Exchange speaker series
- Meet others who attended the series, online or in-person
- Discuss how you might use what you learned in your work going forward
About the series we will be discussing
Distinguished Lectures on The Status and Future of AI (9/13, 9/27, 10/4 and 10/25), a distinguished speaker series which highlighted the recent breakthroughs of AI, its broader societal implications and its future potential. This four-part speaker series included Jaron Lanier, Alison Gopnik, Anca Dragan, and Timnit Gebru. The CITRIS Research Exchange was hosted by CITRIS, the College of Computing, Data Science and Society (CDSS), and Berkeley Artificial Intelligence Research Lab (BAIR). Recordings of each of the four, one-hour sessions can be found here.