Manufacturers in Indiana who aren’t yet using data and artificial intelligence to modernize their operations are missing a golden opportunity, according to a study by Purdue Polytechnic’s Ragu Athinarayanan.
Purdue Polytechnic’s Marcus Rogers and Umit Karabiyik are developing technology that could help parolees avoid recommitting crimes and better reintegrate into general society.
Experts from across campus tackle questions on machine learning, communication, robotics, morality, human-AI interaction and much more on two dynamic discussion panels. (Panel 1 at 4:00 pm, Panel 2 at 5:30 pm.)
Research continues to make new advancements in artificial intelligence (AI), but Marcus Rogers, professor and head of the Department of Computer and Information Technology, said progress provides as many avenues for criminals as tools for law enforcement.
Workshops on what it takes for a computer to generate jokes and how artificial intelligence "understands" how humans react to humor will be held during the International Summer School and Symposium on Humour and Laughter at Purdue from July 17-22.