Learn more about artificial intelligence at the CWRU AI Conference

Join us for free food, merch and two thought-provoking, in-person panel discussions focused on Artificial Intelligence (AI). This is Case Western Reserve University's first-ever AI conference, organized jointly by the Association of Computing Machinery-Women (ACM-W) chapter and The CWRU Hacker Society in collaboration with CWRU's Veale Institute for Entrepreneurship. At this event, there will be two captivating panel discussions with distinguished industry experts, thought leaders and academic professionals. These panels will offer valuable insights and diverse perspectives on the most crucial topics related to AI and its impact across various industries.

Thursday, Oct. 5 | 4 to 7 p.m.
Sears think[box] First Floor
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During the first panel (4 to 5 p.m.), speakers share their expertise on emerging applications, advancements in machine learning algorithms, and societal implications of new AI technologies.

Then, there will be a brief intermission between the panels (5 to 6 p.m.) where attendees, panelists, and sponsors will have the chance to network and chat about all things AI. Our sponsors include: MRI Software, the Cleveland Cavaliers, Rockwell Automation and xLab.

Finally, to end off the night the second panel (6 to 7 p.m.) will delve into the ethical concerns of AI such as algorithmic bias and privacy issues. This panel discusses responsible development and the frameworks necessary for proper AI implementation.