Join us for a day of AI: talks, unconference sessions, posters, demos, and plenty of networking opportunities.
The symposium aims to bring together participants from both academia and industry who are interested in the foundations or real-life applications of artificial intelligence.
The symposium is open to the general public.
We invite you to participate in the symposium with a poster describing your work in AI. Poster submissions are encouraged from both academic and industry participants, covering research contributions, work in progress, position statements, applications of AI. Previously published work can be submitted and presented. Registration is now closed.
If you are interested in becoming a sponsor of the symposium, please contact us at email@example.com.
AI Laboratory alumnus
(CSE MSE 1990, Ph.D. 1994)
VP of Engineering, Google Assistant
Scott Huffman leads the development of Google Assistant - Google's conversational AI that helps people find answers and get things done, on speakers, smart displays, and TV's, and on the go on the phone and in the car.
Registration is now closed. You can add your name to a
Registrants will be required to confirm participation two weeks prior to the symposium. Your registration will be complete and you will be able to participate in the symposium only after you will confirm your participation. Registered participants who do not come to the symposium may be disallowed to participate in future events.
The symposium is organized by the Michigan AI Lab. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rada Mihalcea & Satinder Singh Baveja
Local arrangement chair:
Poster session co-chairs:
MeiXing Dong, Max Smith
Bob and Betty Beyster Building
2260 Hayward Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2121
Parking is available in NC48.
North Campus map.
TISHMAN HALL (Bob & Betty Beyster Building, lobby)
Bob & Betty Beyster Building, Dow Engineering Building