ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE ALLIANCE
UNIVERSITY COLLABORATION SPEAKER SERIES
Enabling faculty across the Dallas-Fort Worth Region to collaborate with colleagues to engage larger opportunities for research and applications in AI
AI is advancing rapidly, enabled and significantly fueled by federally funded basic research. Increasingly sophisticated and integrated approaches for AI systems appear in applications across all sectors of the economy, and new challenges emerge for advancing, applying, and governing these promising technologies. AI holds the potential to transform lives across our nation through increased economic prosperity, improved educational opportunities and quality of life, and enhanced security. At the same time, the potential capabilities, and complexities of AI, combined with the wealth of interactions with human users and the environment, make it critically important to further advance our understanding of AI, including all aspects of transparency, security, and control.
To embrace this future, working with Southern Methodist University, The University of North Texas, The University of Texas at Arlington, The University of Texas at Dallas, Fort Worth-based TAMU, and the major regional chambers, the Texas Research Alliance (TRA) coordinates, facilitates, and promotes the continuing development of AI capability and implementation across North Texas.
The AIA University Collaboration Speakers Series (AIAUCS) is designed to bring information to faculty on use case challenges of current interest and can inform university research. This virtual speaker series will occur the third Thursday of every month from 3:00 to 4:30. Our speakers will be leaders in their fields with a focus on AI use-case identification, challenges application development, and implementation.
Aamer Charania, Sr. Director & Head of Applied Machine Learning, Best Buy, and Babar Bhatti, Principal AI Customer Success, IBM.
Aamer and Babar are also the founders and driving force behind Dallas AI. Registration for this event will be open soon.
Thursday, March 21, 2024, 3:00 to 4:30
Zoom meeting (details will be provided after registration)
Registration for this event will be open soon.