University of New Mexico launches AI-focused event series – Yahoo News

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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Artificial intelligence (AI) is everywhere now. So, to help discuss how AI can be used responsibly in academia and school settings, the University of New Mexico (UNM) is hosting an event series called “AI@UNM.”

The first event will be on April 10 (register at this link). José Bowen, an educational innovator, will give a presentation and workshops on using AI in conjunction with school assignments, according to the UNM Newsroom.

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That event will be at the UNM Student Union Building, starting at noon. The next event, will be on April 17 and will feature presentations from professors on ways AI is used in academia (register at this link). The last event is scheduled for April 24, and will feature a panel discussion on AI and elections (register at this link).

More information is available at this link. You should pre-register for the events if you plan on attending.

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