Attend the April CHART Chat and interdisciplinary networking event, April 20

artificial intelligence

The Center for Human, Artificial Intelligence, and Robot Teaming, or CHART, aims to build an interdisciplinary research community that understands social sciences and technical requirements and collaborates on related research projects in a friendly and fun way. The big question is how do we build the best AI and Robot teammates that work well with humans? All students, faculty members and staff who are interested in human, AI and robot teaming are welcome.

Jordan Dunn, an undergraduate student in human system engineering, will lead a lightning talk at the upcoming April CHART Chats. The talk title is “Integrating OpenAI to assist in data transcription.” Dunn will be discussing using OpenAI and Whisper to create a machine learning AI that IDs voices and transcribes what they said during the NGCV studies experiments. This will be followed by small group discussions and networking.

Thursday, April 20, 2023
4:30–5:30 p.m.
Citrus Dining Pavilion (CITRS) Devil’s Den, Polytechnic campus [map]

Register to attend

Pizza will be provided

For questions, contact Lixiao Huang, associate research scientist at CHART, at [email protected].

Parking Information: Visitors can park at Visitor Parking Lot 10 (5999 S Backus Mall, Mesa, AZ 85212, 3-minute walk to Devil’s Den), or get off Golden Shuttle at Lot 37 (7-minute walk to Devils Den).