October 13, 2022
9:00am – 4pm EST
Mitchell Hall, Room 395
Join us in-person and virtually at our symposium for lively debates and discussions on a variety of research topics around robotics and artificial intelligence!
We’re very excited that the amazing Amber Mac be be joining us again as our MC and debate moderator for the day! She brings a wealth of experience in broadcasting and moderating debates and has been developing lots of incredible content on the topics of robotics and AI. Check out her conversation with Dr. Rumman Chowdhury titled ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: How AI Works, Shapes Work, & Impacts Workers.
|9:00am||Introduction and Opening Remarks|
Featuring Dr. Joshua Marshall
|9:30am||Keynote Speaker – Ryan Gariepy|
|10:30am||Break and Networking|
|11:00am||Robotics Debate – A Future of Cyborgs: Would you trade your biological parts for bionic ones?|
|12:30pm||Robotics and AI Poster Competition and Networking|
|2:30pm||AI Debate – AI Work: Will AI take most of the existing jobs from humans?|
|4:00pm||Announcement of awards for the Poster Competition|
|4:30 – 6:30pm||Reception|
Check back here again soon for additional information as we update this page with more details. In the meantime, please have a look at the RAIS2021 events from last year and register below!
Please also take the time to check out the Queen’s Engineering Research Networking Day which is happening the day before on October 12, 2022. It’s a great opportunity to interact with researchers across all the engineering disciplines here at Queen’s University.