Carnegie Mellon University is pleased to present an Artificial Intelligence (AI) briefing and lunch on Capitol Hill.
The application of AI in the real world has the ability to transform life as we know it. Martial Hebert, Dean of the School of Computer Science, will share CMU’s perspective on AI and its potential to create new industries that were unthinkable a decade ago. This session will include a panel discussion that brings together AI experts from local government, academia, and industry to highlight real-world applications applied to public policy problems in a fair and equitable way that positively impacts our society.
Crystal Cody, Public Safety Technology Director, City of Charlotte, NC
Andrew Fano, Artificial Intelligence Managing Director, Accenture Labs
Rayid Ghani, Distinguished Career Professor, Machine Learning Department and Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University
Martial Hebert, Dean and Professor of Robotics, School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University
This will be a widely attended event in accordance with House Ethics rules.