Join a crucial conversation with Department of Energy Deputy Secretary David Turk as he shares a futurist perspective on careers that are essential to securing America’s clean energy economy and that help address the global climate crisis. Learn what a career in climate and clean energy looks like, and how the DOE implements historic pieces of legislation to help the U.S. reach its net-zero carbon goals…
Learn about upcoming seminars covering exciting and innovative research topics.
The Center for Human, Artificial Intelligence, and Robot Teaming, or CHART, is dedicated to fostering an interdisciplinary research community focused on advancing issues related to these areas. CHART invites all faculty, students and staff who share an interest in this field to join us in our collaborative efforts.
The Center for Cybersecurity and Trusted Foundations invites you to an upcoming seminar on the General Data Protection Regulation. The General Data Protection RegulationsFriday, July 28, 20232–3:30 p.m.Brickyard (BYENG) 210, Tempe campus [map] and Zoom — seating is limited at Brickyard The General Data Protection Regulation came into effect in 2018 and represents a major…
See how machine learning and big data can recreate complex natural systems in this SCAI Summer Seminar Series hosted by Yezhou “YZ” Yang, an associate professor of computer science and engineering.
Human systems engineering student Jordan 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.
SCAI Professor Subbarao Kambhampati will describe the origins and the status of generative AI and discuss some of its many implications.
In this lecture, Candace Thille will explore how the relationship between learning research and instructional practice can and should change to meet the needs of adult learners and the larger society.
Attend this upcoming IEEE Education Society Seminar presented by Tiantian “Olivia” Li, a doctoral student in the School of Engineering Education at Purdue University. This talk is co-sponsored by the ASU SenSIP Center.
Join us for the Douglas C. Montgomery Distinguished Lecture at Arizona State University, a forum for the exchange of current topics related to industrial engineering.
Learn all about a drone project and network with other robotics and AI enthusiasts at the Chart Chats Interdisciplinary Networking event.