Seattle AWIS: Generative AI – The Good, The Bad, and The Unknown

Seattle AWIS: Generative AI – The Good, The Bad, and The Unknown

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Join Seattle AWIS and Seattle AAUW as we explore the ever-expanding role of generative AI in our education and work lives.

Wednesday 17 January

6PM-8PM (in person)
6.30PM-7.30PM (online)

Fred Hutch, Sze Auditorium, Thomas Building

Meet our speaker: Dr. Terry Gray

Dr. Terry Gray earned a PhD in computer science from UCLA, and, as a senior technology manager, he spent much of his career at the intersection of technology and policy. After running the Center for Experimental Computer Science at UCLA and working at a Silicon Valley startup, Terry joined the University of Washington in 1988 as director of networks and distributed computing. When he retired in 2014, he was associate vice president for technology strategy and chief technology architect, as well as an affiliate professor in the computer science department at UW.

This event is FREE to attend and WELCOMES ALL

In person and online

COVID information: Seattle AWIS follows the guidance of our hosts, Fred Hutch. Masking is not mandatory, but is recommended. If you are unwell, please stay home.

Finding the room: The Sze Auditorium is in the Thomas Building, located on the Fred Hutch campus. The main entrance is accessed from Ward Street. There is free parking available outside. If using a GPS, navigate to 1305 Ward St, Seattle, WA 98109


Date And Time

2024-01-17 @ 06:00 PM to
2024-01-17 @ 08:00 PM

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