UC Berkeley’s Ken Goldberg and Michael I. Jordan will talk about AI at TC Periods: Robotics + AI April 18

We’re simply over a month out from our TC Periods: Robotics + AI occasion at UC Berkeley on April 18. We’ve already introduced a variety of marquee visitors for the occasion, together with Marc Raibert, Colin Angle, Melonee Clever and Anthony Levandowski. At present we’ve acquired one other thrilling panel to unveil and, as an FYI, our early-bird sale ends Friday! That is our third robotics occasion, however it’s the primary time synthetic intelligence has shared the highlight. At present we’re revealing that two of UC Berkeley’s high names within the area will probably be sharing the stage to debate the function of AI in society for a panel titled “Synthetic Intelligence: Minds, Economies and Programs that Study.” The pair of professors will probably be discussing how AI grew to turn into certainly one of trendy society’s most ubiquitous and wide-ranging applied sciences. The panel may also discover the place the tech will go from right here. Ken Goldberg is a professor of Industrial Engineering and Operations Analysis at UC Berkeley. He has co-authored greater than 200 peer-reviewed papers on automation, robotics and social data. He's the editor-in-chief of IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering and co-founder of the Berkeley Heart for New Media. Michael I. Jordan is the Pehong Chen Distinguished Professor within the Division of Electrical Engineering and Pc Science and the Division of Statistics at UC Berkeley. His work touches on a variety of subjects, together with pc science, AI and computational biology. He's a member of the Nationwide Academy of Engineering, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and a Fellow of the American Affiliation for the Development of Science. Early-bird ticket gross sales finish tomorrow, Friday. Ebook your tickets right this moment and save $100 earlier than costs enhance. College students, seize your discounted $45 tickets right here. Startups, ensure to take a look at our demo desk packages, which embrace three tickets, for simply $1,500.