Second Annual Tufts Gordon Institute Career & Networking Night
Join Tufts Gordon Institute students, alumni, faculty and industry guests for an exciting evening focused on career building and networking, and the chance to gain insight on how AI may impact you and your future career.
The panel discussion will feature experts from Tufts Gordon Institute and School of Engineering who will discuss the current capabilities and limitations of AI technologies; the potential impact of AI on the job market; and the effect of AI on corporate strategies.
Following the panel, there will be a networking reception where you can enjoy food and beverages in the beautiful atrium of the Tufts Science and Engineering Complex.
6:30pm Arrival, pre-event networking and refreshments
7:00pm Panel Discussion: AI Radically Disrupts Work: Myth or Reality?
8:00pm Networking Reception
Kaiser Fung, Lecturer, Applied Data Science, Tufts Gordon Institute; Founder at Principal Analytics Prep; Founding director of the Master of Science in Applied Analytics at Columbia University
Partha Ghosh, Professor of Practice, Globalization and Multinational Strategies, Fundamentals of Economics and Business Analytics, Tufts Gordon Institute
Matthias Scheutz, Professor, Cognitive Science and Computer Science, Bernard M. Gordon Senior Faculty Fellow Director, Human-Robot Interaction Laboratory Department of Computer Science Tufts University, President of Thinking Robots
Science and Engineering Complex
200 College Ave
Medford, MA 02155. Map.
Convenient, free parking is available in the Cousens Parking Lot, 161 College Ave., Medford, MA. Map. The Science and Engineering Complex is about a 3-4 minute walk from the lot. Turn left out of the lot and walk towards the intersection of College Ave and Boston Ave. After the intersection, the Science and Engineering Complex will be on your left. You can enter though Anderson Hall.
Contact Nancy Buczko, firstname.lastname@example.org, 617-627-3117