Artificial Intelligence as it is Today: Fact and Fiction
Come join us at this week’s Philosophy Club meeting Thursday, April 12th from 12:15 to 1:45 in 421 Auerbach Hall as Aurian Emami presents on Artificial Intelligence as it is today, fact and fiction. His presentation will ponder the benefits and risks of AI/robotics, reasons for the recent surge in interest, as well as debunking some of the top myths about AI.
Aurian is a University of Hartford transfer student from California majoring in Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology with a minor in Complexity Theory. He is a member of the Student Government Association for our school, the Robotics Club, and the Honors Program.
The University of Hartford Philosophy Club has an informal, jovial atmosphere. It is a place where students, professors, and people from the community at large meet as peers. Sometimes presentations are given, followed by discussion. Other times, topics are hashed out by the whole group.
Presenters may be students, professors, or people from the community. Anyone can offer to present a topic. The mode of presentation may be as formal or informal as the presenter chooses.
Food and drink are served. Come and go as you wish. Bring friends. Suggest topics and activities. Take over the club! It belongs to you!