Students from across all six University faculties come together once a year to gain awareness of contemporary global issues and work collaboratively to develop creative solutions.
As part of the Global Engagement Seminar Program, students will present their ideas at this year’s Summit on the Socio-Cultural and Political Implications of Artificial Intelligence.
Led by Jarislowsky Fellows, Mimi Onuoha and David Jones, and professors Ian Milligan and Marcel O’Gorman, students have worked collaboratively and applied methods drawn from diverse disciplines to engage in important conversations about the impacts of Artificial Intelligence, such as job automation, algorithmic bias, data privacy, and digital policies in a global context.
Their work will be showcased during the Summit with Interactive Exhibitions on April 4, 10am-5pm at the Balsillie School of International Affairs, inviting participation from the broader Waterloo community.
We invite you to join this exciting discussion at the 2019 GES Program Summit on the Socio-Cultural and Political Implications of Artificial Intelligence.
Limited, free parking is available in the rear of the building, off of Father David Bauer Drive. Attendees will only have access to the West section of the parking lot (on the left) for evening events. There will no longer be parking available onsite for daytime events.
The Museum Lot at 83 Erb St. W., across the main entrance of CIGI is operated by the City of Waterloo. The first 2 hours are free from 8am - 5pm and free after 5pm. If more time is needed, a parking pass can be quickly purchased at honk mobile https://www.honkmobile.com/hourly/zones/2402.
67 Erb St. W.