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Crossing frontiers: the dawn of a new era in artificial intelligence (AI) & machine learning (ML) with Lonnie Chrisman

“Crossing frontiers” aims not only to inform but to spark a thoughtful conversation around the dual-edged nature of AI and ML. As we celebrate the remarkable strides made in these fields, it is also crucial to reflect on the responsibilities we bear as custodians of technology, safeguarding our future while embracing the dawn of this new era.

Lonnie Chrisman, PhD. is the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) at Lumina and will be hosting this webinar. Lonnie heads the engineering and development of Analytica. He has authored dozens of refereed publications in the areas of machine learning, artificial intelligence planning, robotics, probabilistic inference, Bayesian networks, and computational biology. In 1977, when he was in the eighth grade, he had his first paid programming job and built his own personal computer. In 1987, he was awarded the Alton B. Zerby award, “Most outstanding Electrical Engineering Student in the USA”. Lonnie has a PhD in artificial intelligence and computer science from Carnegie Mellon University and a BS in electrical engineering from University of California, Berkeley.

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