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Hello CSc majors,
PantherHackers is helping to sponsor the below AI Ethics Symposium (at Emory University), happening this Friday.
Admission is FREE (description of the event at the bottom of email)

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Our symposium on the ethics of artificial intelligence is happening on Friday, October 11th, starting with a free breakfast at 8 a.m. EST for those who have RSVP'd.  Presentations will begin immediately.

Two of our keynote speakers were the NSA whistleblowers who inspired Edward Snowden to reveal the mass surveillance programs that have transformed society. Come hear a detailed analysis of the ethical issues that unfolded in the wake of the 9/11 attacks.

We have an amazing roster of speakers, including the NSA's Technical Director and a 30+ year NSA analyst, Lockheed Martin's AI Strategist, a Partner specializing in cybersecurity law at a leading law firm (Morris, Manning, and Martin), professional ethicists from Emory's Center for Ethics, the CEO of Artificial Intelligence Cybersecurity Institute, VISA's Vice President of AI, IEEE's Co-Chair of the Policy Committee for the Global Initiative on the Ethics of Artificial Intelligence Systems, the Principal Scientist at Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, the Practice Area Lead for Slalom Innovation for Good, specializing in AI, Machine Learning, and Cloud.

This will occur at Emory's Harland Cinema, which is indicated by the numeral two on the attached map. The attached map describes options for parking at Emory, which are limited and may take time to navigate, so come early. It will take 20 minutes to walk from the closest parking garage to the venue.

For the detailed itinerary, see http://advenae.ai/e-aimm<https://nam03.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fadvenae.ai%2Fe-aimm&data=02%7C01%7Cjhayes14%40gsu.edu%7Ca36df746152842e90b6008d74a73fe8c%7C515ad73d8d5e4169895c9789dc742a70%7C0%7C0%7C637059735689033047&sdata=iq9OtS%2BzJCqf8ju6tQHkd%2BEN9oN7NAvMDNTQVzLnf0I%3D&reserved=0>

We look forward to seeing you at the symposium! Bring a friend!

Regards,
Frank John Schlichter III
Founder of  AdvenŠ



Mr. Jamie Hayes, M.A.
Undergraduate Academic Coordinator | Department of Computer Science
Georgia State University - College of Arts and Sciences
25 Park Place, 7th Floor |Atlanta, GA 30303
P: (404)-413-6107




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