Sensors, Data, AI and Health

Sensors, Data, AI and Health

Emerging technologies represented by artificial intelligence have played an irreplaceable role and innovative factors such as online education, telecommuting and online medical care have broken new ground since the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic. The imperative of continued social distancing has made an AI-driven economic world order today’s reality. It has become clear that the fallout of the pandemic will accelerate digitization and automation across a range of industries and sectors. Please join our virtual speaking series to learn how AI technologies and digitization are driving the growth of the new opportunities.

The series part one, three lectures in total, will be released from June 28th to July 22nd. Each Lecture will consist of a 45-minute speech plus a 15-minute Q&A. Series part two will be released in August. Please stay tuned for the coming lectures.

The first speech Sensors, Data, AI and Health will be presented by Dr. Eleni Stroulia, a professor of U of A on Saturday, Jun 27th, 2020 MT 7:00-8:00 PM.

Please click HERE to join or watch the recording in case you missed the event.