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CHIPS Articles: Trusted AI Challenge Series: Building the Vision

Trusted AI Challenge Series: Building the Vision
By Air Force Office of Scientific Research - October 8, 2020
Are you interested in understanding the challenges that lie ahead as Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems become increasingly autonomous, dynamically acquire information, and adapt behaviors?

Join us for an exciting afternoon of talks by visionaries and leaders from industry, government, and higher education as we kick-off a three-part Trusted AI Challenge Series designed to “Build the Vision – Formalize Challenges – Advance the Art” of next generation of AI systems.

The Air Force Research Laboratory Information Directorate, The State University of New York, Innovare Advancement Center, NYSTEC, and Griffiss Institute invite you to join us for this half-day virtual event!

WHEN: Wednesday, October 14, 2020, 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM EDT

Hosted by Innovare Advancement Center, this webinar is the first event of a three-part series designed to cultivate, define and fund creative solutions to a set of challenge problems in trustworthy AI with a particular focus on dynamic, autonomous systems that learn and adapt behaviors.

Keynote speakers for this first event include Dr. David Goldstein, Space X, Dr. Scott Hubbard, Stanford University, Dr. Pramod Khargonekar, UC Irvine, and more!

This event is designed for higher education and government researchers, university students, and small businesses.

Would you like to understand some of the most formidable technical challenges in future autonomous systems? Would you like to sponsor some of the brightest minds in AI to work on problems of interest to you? Would you like to learn more about AI in real systems?

If so, join us! Wednesday, October 14, 2020, 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM EDT

Register here

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