Join us on next week’s NCompass Live on Wednesday, September 13 at a SPECIAL TIME – 11am CT, for ‘AI: The Modern Day Pandora’s Box’.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has unfurled a world of possibilities and opportunities, but just like Pandora’s box, it comes with its own set of challenges and ethical conundrums. Brian Pichman of the Evolve Project takes you on a deep dive into the complex landscape of AI, its implications, ethical concerns, and its transformative role in both private and public sectors.
- Understand the multifaceted nature of AI and its applications.
- Explore the ethical questions surrounding AI, from data privacy to job displacement.
- Discover how AI can serve as a force for good and where it may fall short.
- Gain insights into how industries are adopting AI technologies for innovative solutions.
- Learn actionable strategies for responsibly integrating AI into your organization or research.
About the Speaker:
Brian Pichman is a renowned technology evangelist and the Director of Strategic Innovation at The Evolve Project, a collaborative platform that encourages innovation and transformative change. With a strong background in emerging technologies and a passion for public service, Brian focuses on facilitating conversations that drive meaningful changes through technology.
Upcoming NCompass Live shows:
- Sept. 20 – NLC Grants for 2024
- Sept. 27 – Pretty Sweet Tech
- Oct. 4 – APPLE in Kansas – Training for New Library directors
- Oct 18 – Learning Opportunities and Resources from WebJunction
To register for an NCompass Live show, or to listen to recordings of past shows, go to the NCompass Live webpage.
NOTE: This week’s NCompass Live will be held from 11am-Noon Central Time. Convert to your time zone on the Official U.S. Time website.
The show is presented online using the GoTo Webinar online meeting service. Before you attend a session, please see the NLC Online Sessions webpage for detailed information about GoTo Webinar, including system requirements, firewall permissions, and equipment requirements for computer speakers and microphones.