Artificial Intelligence is the science and practice of systems that exhibit the characteristics we associate with intelligent human behavior. In the first session we will look at the question of “what is AI?” How are probability models, optimization, and machine learning implemented? Session two will focus on “AI and Corporate America” as we discuss some of the applications of AI in business and whether AI needs regulation. The third session will view “AI around the World” as we look at some of the applications affecting international relations and how the US should respond. Participants will gain a practical grounding in the science of artificial intelligence. They will acquire the ability to identify, discuss, and evaluate issues surrounding existing and novel AI applications.
Working in academia, government and industry over his career, Larry received several lifetime achievements awards. His work in AI includes the design/development of the first engines for Automated Essay Scoring and Computer Adaptive Testing. He also developed an AI approach for documenting copyright infringements for which he received a US Patent. Larry recently retired as the Vice President for Research and Development at the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC®), sponsor of the GMAT® exam.
Choose between Live ZOOM Class Sessions or Recorded, Tuesdays, March 9, 16, 23 from 10:00-11:30 am $30. To register for the course go to our website at https://chesapeakeforum.org/ or visit us on Facebook.