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Maine Artificial Intelligence Webinar

April 29, 2020 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

| Free

This webinar is for the Maine business community, policymakers, attorneys, healthcare providers, and other members of the public interested to learn about:

  • Advances in Artificial Intelligence – Moderator: Terry Yoo, Associate Professor of Computer Science, UMaine
    • Roy Turner, Associate Professor of Computer Science, UMaine
    • Salimeh Yasaei Sekeh, Assistant Professor in Computer Science, UMaine
    • Carla Brodley, Dean of Khoury College of Computer Sciences, Northeastern
  • Applications of AI in Business, Industry, Government, Healthcare and Environment – Moderator: Ali Abedi, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Assistant Vice President for Research, UMaine
    • Kay Aikin, Co-founder of Introspective Systems
    • Sepideh Ghanavati, Assistant Professor of Computer Science, UMaine
    • Yonggang “Tim” Lu, Harold Alfond Associate Professor of Business Analytics, Maine Business School
    • Auroop Ganguly, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Director of the Sustainability and Data Science Laboratory, Northeastern
  • Education and Workforce Development – Moderator: Penny Rheingans, Director of the School of Computing and Information Science, UMaine
    • Sharmila Mukhopadhyay, Director of the Frontier Institute for Research in Sensor Technologies, UMaine
    • Walter Rawle, Senior Principal Systems Engineer, General Dynamics
    • Jason Judd, Executive Director of Educate Maine
  • Social, Ethical, Policy and Legal Considerations – Moderator: Shaleen Jain, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, UMaine
    • Jim Isaak, Former President of IEEE Computer Society
    • Harlan Onsrud, Professor of Spatial Informatics, UMaine
    • Peter Guffin, Co-Director of the Information Privacy Program, University of Maine School of Law

Each topic will be covered by a panel of experts, with opportunities for Q&A.

The webinar is free and available to those who register at:

Registration Link for Maine AI Webinar

This webinar will be also recorded, with each topic separately and asynchronously available online after the event.

Organized by: UMaine AI



April 29, 2020
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm