The Northeast Ohio Association for Computing Machinery hosted four established panel members at the Youngstown Historical Center to discuss how artificial intelligence will impact the future of work and education.
On Sept. 21, four members, including two main speakers, David Staley and Sundar Vedantham, and two other panel members, Cheryl Rice and Milind Paranjape, discussed the future of AI.
AI is a computer capable of receiving data and programs and giving instantaneous results.
David Staley, futurist and director of the Humanities Institute at The Ohio State University, said there are three distinct scenarios when it comes to future relationships between AI and humans.
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Written by Tina Kalenits.
Originally published October 4, 2019