ALL CSUN FACULTY ARE INVITED
- Faculty "Brown-Bag" conversations
- Guest speakers on a variety of AI-related topics
- Access to AI tools and cloud platforms from IBM, Amazon, and more
- Learn about Chatbots being created on campus
- Work on AI projects with student researchers
- Explore research opportunities and grants related to AI
- Help inform AI-Jam, the student competition (Spring 2018)
AIx will begin with a series of brown-bag conversations facilitated by the Faculty Technology Center and Dr. Mariano Loza-Coll from CSUN's Department of Biology. Brown-bags will be held from 12 noon - 1:30 PM, in the Faculty Technology Center, Oviatt 30.
Wednesday, 3/7 - AI and Ethics — The ability for computers to make decisions raises a host of ethical questions. How do we help machines guard against bias? Inequality? Use for nefarious reasons? Breach of civil rights? Join this discussion to explore. Facilitated by Rob Gressis, Philosophy Department
Thursday, 4/12 - AI and Assistive Technology — Learn about how artificial intelligence can transform the user interface for all users, above and beyond assistive technology applications, to create a universally seamless communication flow between humans and machines. Facilitated by Li Liu, Computer Science Department. Rescheduled from 4/5.
Monday, 4/23 - AI and Chatbots — Chatbots are a primary application of AI and with virtual assistants may transform our interactions with machines. Learn about the range and depth of these human companions. Facilitated by Kyle Shaver, Information Technology. Rescheduled from 3/21.
Wednesday, 5/2 - AI and Research — Learn about the wealth of AI-related problems and research opportunities that are available to CSUN faculty and can now be now be tackled with available AI tools. Facilitated by Crist Khachikian, Research & Graduate Studies
Skin Motion App Turns Tattoo Into Sound Waves Using AR
Link to article: Skin Motion App Turns My Tattoo Into Sound Waves
Photo Credit: Sarah Tew - CNET
"I never thought I could turn my body into a loudspeaker. A few years ago, I thought it would be cool to get a sleeve tattoo comprised entirely of waveforms."