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2018
Saturday, October 6th
11:30 AM

How cities shape climate and why smart urban design may help prevent natural disasters

Dev Niyogi, Purdue University

Stewart 202

11:30 AM

1:00 PM

Maker Space, Micro Manufacturing, Maker Education Movements: Designing Community Platforms

Tong Jin Kim, Purdue College of Liberal Arts

Stewart 279

1:00 PM

Thursday, November 1st
10:00 AM

AI Will Change Our World—Not Necessarily for the Better.

Lee Imrey, Splunk

Stewart 278

10:00 AM

Monday, November 5th
9:00 AM

Drones and Autonomous Vehicles: The latest new technology to come with threat potential

Eric Matson, Purdue University

Stewart Center 279

9:00 AM

Predators Meet AI: Assisting Law Enforcement with Crimes Against Children

Julia Taylor Rayz, Purdue Polytechnic Institute
Kathryn C. Seigfried-Spellar, Purdue University

Stewart Center 202

9:00 AM

10:00 AM

Can Polymers Think? Embodied Intelligence in a Meta-Material World

Richard Voyles, Purdue Polytechnic Institute

10:00 AM

Work’s Provocative Future: How to Outwit Those Job-Killing Robots

George Anders, LinkedIn

Fowler Hall

10:00 AM

11:30 AM

One million jobs over the next 10 years: How do employees adapt to lifelong learning?

Blair Milo, State of Indiana
John Dennis, West Lafayette, Indiana
Tony Roswarski, Lafayette, Indiana
Emilie Syberg, WBAA

PMU North Ballroom

11:30 AM

Presenting Data Effectively: Practical Methods for Improving Evaluation Communication

Jennifer Lyons, Evergreen Data

Stewart 314

11:30 AM

2:15 PM

The Promise and Threat of Algorithmic Governance

Frank Pasquale, University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law

Fowler

2:15 PM

5:30 PM

Nasty, Brutish and Dumb: Humans and Their Phones

Nicholas Carr

Fowler

5:30 PM

Tuesday, November 6th
9:00 AM

The Big Read discussing The Underground Railroad

Kristina K. Bross
Frank Dooley, Purdue University
Jennifer Freeman Marshall, Purdue University
Zahra Tehrani, Purdue University

Fowler

9:00 AM

10:15 AM

Sentinel is Watching You

Bjoern Schuelke

Stewart 278

10:15 AM

The vital need for data science and data literacy in the age of big data

Mung Chiang, Purdue College of Engineering
Patrick Wolfe, Purdue College of Science

Fowler

10:15 AM

We’re All Listening. The Multitude of Astonishing (Petrifying?) Uses of Your Social Media Data

Nicole Olynk Widmar, Purdue University

Stewart 279

10:15 AM

11:30 AM

National Journalists interviewed by Dean David Reingold: "How to explain technology so that you are spellbound"

Marina Koren, The Atlantic (Washington, D.C.)
David Reingold, Purdue University College of Liberal Arts
Dave Bangert, Journal & Courier
Alison Snyder, Axios

Fowler

11:30 AM

Why did it do that? The (im?)possibility of deciphering actions of AI.

Christopher W. Clifton, Purdue College of Science

Stewart 279

11:30 AM

1:00 PM

Chikungunya, West Nile, And Zika, Oh My! Emerging Zoonotic Viruses and the Concept of One Health

Audrey Ruple, Purdue College of Veterinary Medicine

Stewart 202

1:00 PM

Death by Pokémon GO: The economic and human cost of using apps while driving (with John McConnell)

Mara Faccio, Purdue Krannert School of Management

Stewart 278

1:00 PM

Teaching computers how to identify ideology: Using AI to deduce bias in social media and news articles

Dan Goldwasser, Purdue College of Science

Stewart 279

1:00 PM

2:00 PM

Integration or Infiltration: Parents, Children, and Technology Use in Educational Settings

Linda Renzulli, Purdue College of Liberal Arts
Jeremy Reynolds, Purdue College of Liberal Arts

Stewart 278

2:00 PM

3:00 PM

Biometrics, Surveillance, and the Global Culture of Mistrust Post-Mumbai

Christopher Lukasik, Purdue College of Liberal Arts

Stewart 279

3:00 PM

Hacking life: Engineering biological systems beyond genomics

D M. Porterfield, Purdue University - Main Campus

Stewart 202

3:00 PM

Is artificial intelligence going to throw us off the cliff or give us the wings to evolve?

Robert Wagner, Splunk

Stewart 278

3:00 PM

4:00 PM

Why developers and their users need to talk

Christina Warren, Microsoft

Fowler

4:00 PM