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A panel discussion with Concordia University faculty researchers on the university’s digital strategy initiative Ask us anything about AI

Date & time

Thursday, October 29, 2020
2:30 p.m. – 4 p.m.

Cost

This event is free

Website

4TH SPACE

Contact

Paul Fournier

Where

Online

Conversation participants

Ask us anything about AI is a Concordia Digital Strategy initiative in collaboration with the university’s Office of Research with the goal of fostering a community conversation about Artificial Intelligence (AI).

A curated series of questions was organized from a large collection of crowd-sourced questions and sent to faculty researchers from various disciplines for their answers. Four dynamic videos were produced to capture the faculty researchers’ thought-provoking ideas and responses to four questions.

Join Guylaine Beaudry for a live interactive conversation with four of Concordia’s faculty researchers as they talk about their experiences with the Ask us anything about AI initiative, and learn more about their research interests that pertain to AI. 

This conversation will include the following participants: Anjali Awasthi, Yann-Gaël Guéhéneuc, Brigitte Jaumard and Jason Edward Lewis

Join the discussion by registering for our Zoom webinar or watching live on our Facebook page.

Have questions? Send them to askusanything@concordia.ca


Participants

Anjali Awasthi: Professor, Concordia Institute for Information Systems Engineering; Concordia University Research Chair in Connected Sustainable Mobility Systems

Yann-Gaël Guéhéneuc: Professor, Computer Science and Software Engineering; Canada Research Chair in Empirical Software Engineering

Brigitte Jaumard: Professor, Computer Science and Software Engineering; Concordia University Research Chair on the Optimization of Communication Networks

Jason Edward Lewis: Professor of Computation Arts, Design and Computation Arts; Concordia University Research Chair in Computational Media and the Indigenous Future Imaginary


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