Watson Lecture - Artificial Intelligence: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Watson Lecture - Artificial Intelligence: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

5:00 pm
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6:00 pm
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Wed
2/9/22 5:00 pm
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Wed
2/9/22 6:00 pm
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Online (Zoom)

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a remarkable technology that has profoundly impacted our lives. It now beats humans at some of their own games. How did we get here? In this lecture, Professor Yaser Abu-Mostafa (PhD '83) will describe the scientific journey of AI since the 1980s, as well as Caltech's foundational role in its development, providing examples of AI's achievements and its potential. He will also address the hype that surrounds AI, both positive and negative, and put it in scientific perspective.

Watson Lecture - Artificial Intelligence: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Watson Lecture - When Earth Breathed Deeply

Watson Lecture - When Earth Breathed Deeply

5:00 pm
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6:00 pm
  ·  
Wed
1/19/22 5:00 pm
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Wed
1/19/22 6:00 pm
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Online (Zoom)

Oxygen levels in the atmosphere have increased by many orders of magnitude throughout Earth's history, profoundly affecting biologic and chemical cycles at the surface of the Earth. In this lecture, Assistant Professor Claire E. Bucholz will explore how shifts in atmospheric oxygen concentrations went even deeper, altering Earth's inner workings.

Watson Lecture - When Earth Breathed Deeply

Antarctica: Cruise Aboard the National Geographic Explorer

Antarctica: Cruise Aboard the National Geographic Explorer

9:00 am
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5:00 pm
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Wed
2/16/22 9:00 am
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Tue
3/1/22 5:00 pm
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Antarctica

Visit Antarctica, one of the last remote and wild places on Earth, on the National Geographic Explorer with fellow alumni, Associates, and parents.

Antarctica: Cruise Aboard the National Geographic Explorer
Virtual

Watson Lecture - When Earth Breathed Deeply

5:00 pm
 - 
6:00 pm
  ·  
Wed
1/19/22 5:00 pm
  -  
Wed
1/19/22 6:00 pm
  ·  
Online (Zoom)

Oxygen levels in the atmosphere have increased by many orders of magnitude throughout Earth's history, profoundly affecting biologic and chemical cycles at the surface of the Earth. In this lecture, Assistant Professor Claire E. Bucholz will explore how shifts in atmospheric oxygen concentrations went even deeper, altering Earth's inner workings.

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Watson Lecture - When Earth Breathed Deeply

5:00 pm
 - 
6:00 pm
  ·  
Wed
1/19/22 5:00 pm
  -  
Wed
1/19/22 6:00 pm
  ·  
Online (Zoom)

Oxygen levels in the atmosphere have increased by many orders of magnitude throughout Earth's history, profoundly affecting biologic and chemical cycles at the surface of the Earth. In this lecture, Assistant Professor Claire E. Bucholz will explore how shifts in atmospheric oxygen concentrations went even deeper, altering Earth's inner workings.

Register NowContact

Watson Lecture - Artificial Intelligence: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

5:00 pm
 - 
6:00 pm
  ·  
Wed
2/9/22 5:00 pm
  -  
Wed
2/9/22 6:00 pm
  ·  
Online (Zoom)

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a remarkable technology that has profoundly impacted our lives. It now beats humans at some of their own games. How did we get here? In this lecture, Professor Yaser Abu-Mostafa (PhD '83) will describe the scientific journey of AI since the 1980s, as well as Caltech's foundational role in its development, providing examples of AI's achievements and its potential. He will also address the hype that surrounds AI, both positive and negative, and put it in scientific perspective.

Register NowContact

Watson Lecture - Artificial Intelligence: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

5:00 pm
 - 
6:00 pm
  ·  
Wed
2/9/22 5:00 pm
  -  
Wed
2/9/22 6:00 pm
  ·  
Online (Zoom)

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a remarkable technology that has profoundly impacted our lives. It now beats humans at some of their own games. How did we get here? In this lecture, Professor Yaser Abu-Mostafa (PhD '83) will describe the scientific journey of AI since the 1980s, as well as Caltech's foundational role in its development, providing examples of AI's achievements and its potential. He will also address the hype that surrounds AI, both positive and negative, and put it in scientific perspective.

Register NowContact
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