SEC Mini-Conference on AI in the Curriculum
Faculty, staff, and students from all disciplines are invited to register for an April 8 virtual SEC mini-conference on the teaching of artificial intelligence across the curriculum. The conference, hosted by the University of Florida, will be held from 1 – 4 p.m. via Zoom and is being offered free of charge.
Artificial Intelligence is a tool that is being deployed in every field of study and across nearly all sectors of business and industry. Many SEC institutions are now teaching AI outside of its traditional disciplines. The SEC Academic Consortium has decided on an initiative across all SEC institutions on AI. This conference is an opportunity to share ideas and network across institutions.
There will be an introduction, a keynote address from Ned Finkle, Vice President of External Affairs for multinational technology company NVIDIA, three short talks from SEC faculty teaching AI, and breakout sessions by discipline where faculty can discuss trends within 13 broad disciplines ranging from the arts and humanities to business, engineering, agriculture, education, and law.
The agenda can be found at https://ai.ufl.edu/sec-mini-conference/. To register for the conference free of charge, visit https://informatics.research.ufl.edu/registration-sec-artificial-intelligence-orientation-conference/.