On Friday, March 22, 2019 IEEE Prairie View A&M University and IEEE University of Houston Student Branches partner to host an IEEE Workshop Conference centered around the revolution of Artificial Intelligence.
The workshop conference was established to help students understand more about these emerging technologies and the growing field of opportunities available in computer science, computer networking, electronics, electrical engineering, chemical engineering, and mechanical engineering to name a few. Industry Subject Mater Experts and Technical Professional organizations like IEEE, ASME, ACM and others shared some of the challenges and opportunities with AI (Artificial Intelligence).
Some of our IEEE HOU Sec. members facilitated a number of different seminars.
“I believe IEEE is one of the few spaces where no matter your school affiliation Texas A&M University, Prairie View A&M University, University of Houston, or Louisiana State University where like minded people have a place to learn, grown, and share together the greater good for humanity and technology.“ Says Christopher Sanderson, IEEE R5 South Area Chair.
Thanks to all of the faculty, staff, students, universities and corporate affiliates who contributed to help make this a success.
- David Agyeman
- Chara Tatum
- Malik Williams
- Kennedy Simmons
- Calvin Williams
- Dr. Suxia Cui
- Dr. Justin Foreman
- Dr. Abburi Kumar
- Moriah Hargove Anders
- Javier Garcia
A very special thanks to Javier Garcia, IEEE University of Houston Student Branch Chair and Dr. Suxia Cui, PVAMU Student Branch Faculty Advisor for all of their support in making this workshop conference a success and living the spirit of IEEE “Advancing Technology for the Benefit of Humanity.”
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