Watson-in-the-Watt

Artificial Intelligence Symposium 2019

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Most know of IBM Watson as the AI supercomputer that destroyed its human competitors on Jeopardy! back in 2011. Since that time, Watson technology has grown into a multifaceted AI platform with diverse industry applications, from healthcare to agriculture. You are invited to join us for our second annual IBM Watson meeting, hosted at the Watt Family Innovation Center on Monday, April 22. During this symposium, plenary talks, posters and demonstrations will cover a variety of AI-powered topics, including:

  • AI for education;
  • Brand color management;
  • Context aware navigational assistants; and
  • Getting started with Watson services.

This year, the event opens with the topic of "AI for Education and the Digital Divide", which intends to stimulate a broad conversation with attendees about AI's future role in higher education. The afternoon will be filled with impressive student poster presentations and prototype demonstrations.

Whether you are a seasoned AI professional or simply curious about the technology, we welcome you to join us for a day of stimulating discussions!

An agenda is available for this workshop.

If you are interested in working with the Watson-in-the-Watt on your project, please fill out this brief survey and we will follow up with you via email.

Date

Monday, April 22, 2019 | 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. One hour will be allotted for lunch.

Location

Watt Family Innovation Center Auditorium (Room 108)

RSVP

The symposium is free for all attendees, but we ask that you RSVP for the event in advance.

Parking

Clemson University strives to provide convenient parking to all our partners, visitors, students and staff, but with limited parking available we strongly encourage carpooling or taking advantage of our Clemson Area Transit. Visitor Passes to park on campus can be purchased though Clemson Parking Services online or at the Clemson University Police Department on Centennial Blvd. There are a limited number of timed Visitor Meter parking spots located throughout campus. Outside speakers for the workshop will be provided with visitor parking passes, courtesy of the Watt Center.

Contact

For more information, contact Dr. Hudson Smith at dane2@clemson.edu.