AI4Youth CANADA NATIONAL CONFERENCE
Highlights from The AI4Youth Canada AI National Conference 2018
Calgary, Alberta 2018 by AI4YOUTH Canada
On October 14, 2018, AI4YOUTH Canada held its first AI Conference at the University of Calgary, attracting over 350 total participants. This historic event marked the first national AI conference tailored specifically to high school students.
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The youth of today will undoubtedly be the leaders of tomorrow. That's why we want to connect these youth to the "technology of tomorrow." Our conference aims to raise awareness about AI opportunities, provide first-hand learning experiences, and connect high school students to universities, industry leaders, educational organizations, and cities. Through our conference, we hope to make the future more prosperous for all.
Interview of Founders
Self-Driving Auto Racing Cars R&D, by Danielle Wong & Max Hum
Autonomous Electric Motorsport (AEM) Group, UofC
Our Story of Python Learning and HACCTECH, by Jerald Yuan and Edward Zou
Student representatives from Western Canada High School
Special thanks to Lisa Davis, CBE Trustee, and Prasad Panda, MLA, for their speeches to inspire young minds and raise more AI awareness.
AI Application in Cardiovascular Imaging, by Wei Qiao
CTO at Circle Cardiovascular Imaging Inc.
Opening Remarks, by Dr. John Chen
Ph. D. Professor, NSERC/Energi Simulation Chair and Alberta Innovates (iCORE) Chair, Fellow of Canadian Academy of Engineering
The History, Present, and Future of AI, by Prof. Patrick S.P. Wang
Humanity in AI: What Are Today’s Urgent Ethical Issues? by Anna Koop
Extreme Data Science - The Secret Source to Win a Kaggle Competition, by Chris Chen
VP of Research at Alberta AI