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Day of AI 2022
United States | Massachusetts, Cambridge
May 19, 2022

Future Compute 2023
United States | Massachusetts, Cambridge
April 30, 2023

MIT Sloan CIO Symposium 2023
United States | Massachusetts, Cambridge
May 15, 2023

Day of AI 2023
United States | Massachusetts, Cambridge
May 18, 2023

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On May 13, 2022, K-12 students around the country will participate in a series of free, hands-on activities aimed to teach them about Artificial Intelligence (AI) and how it affects their daily lives. (How did that YouTube video end up on my computer screen? What exactly is a profound ruse? How did my phone know who I was?)

All Day of AI activities is meant to be taught by instructors with little or no technical training and to be accessible to students of all backgrounds and skills, including those with no prior experience with technology. Only an internet connection and a Chromebook or laptop are required.

The activities on the Day of AI are divided into age groups and may be completed in 30-minute to 1-hour increments. For each grade band, up to 4 hours of lesson plans are offered, and teachers can use any number of the lessons. With a series of pop-up events across the nation, projects will be shared across the full Day of AI network.

Future Compute 2023

Future Compute provides Chief technologies Officers and IT Leadership with the upcoming technologies and strategic knowledge necessary to outrun change and guarantee that their digital infrastructure fits with and exceeds business goals.

The techniques and approaches that encourage digital dexterity are the primary topics of discussion at this year’s conference. They will delve into topics such as hybrid and multi-cloud strategies, security, artificial intelligence operations, digital culture, the chip wars, AI, and of course, Web 3 and the metaverse.

Maximize the amount of technological innovation while optimizing IT processes. The article “Future Compute” from the MIT Technology Review reveals the coming technologies that are likely to become the vital technologies of the future, as well as the tech-forward tactics that may be used to run a seamless and cost-effective IT infrastructure now.

For information technology (IT) to be successful, leaders need to be able to act as change agents, talent scouts, and culture changers in order to cultivate an atmosphere that prioritizes innovation and the quality of the customer experience. Develop your ambition and become proficient in the capacity to use technology to achieve greater results in the company.

The Future Compute conference is held at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), which boasts “the most innovative square mile on the planet.”

Speakers are invited, as opposed to accepting applications that were submitted unsolicited, and the award-winning editors of MIT Technology Review do unscripted interviews with them. The number of attendees is limited, which ensures that only the most intellectually curious and creative thinkers in the field of technology will be present.

MIT Sloan CIO Symposium 2023

Chief information officers (CIOs), corporate executives, technological experts, and academic leaders from all over the world convene at the premier annual event known as the MIT Sloan CIO Symposium to explore the most recent developments and issues in the field of information technology. The gathering is not expected to take place until 2023, and the theme that it will revolve around is “Digital Ecosystems: The Future of Innovation, Collaboration, and Disruption.”

The symposium offers guests a one-of-a-kind forum in which they may discuss their own experiences, ideas, and perspectives on some of the most serious challenges that are now being faced by the technology industry. It provides guests with the opportunity to learn from industry leaders and professionals through thought-provoking keynote addresses, engaging panel discussions, and interactive sessions.

One of the primary goals of the MIT Sloan CIO Symposium is to provide guests with insights into the most recent breakthroughs in emerging technologies, such as blockchain, the Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence, and machine learning. At this session, we will also discuss the influence that new technologies are having on business models, the engagement of customers, and the disruption of industries.

The symposium also provides an opportunity for delegates to network with one another, as well as with academic leaders, technology suppliers, and other industry professionals. This presents a one-of-a-kind opportunity to create relationships with one another, exchange one’s experiences, and obtain new insights, all of which can contribute to the success of a firm.

Day of AI 2023

This event is certainly one of the best AI Conferences of the year.

Day of AI provides a whole school day’s worth of curriculum and activities for kids in elementary, middle, and high school. The curriculum is fully free and open to all students and teachers regardless of background or ability. No prior knowledge of technology or coding is required! This year, rather than requiring everyone to complete the curriculum on the same day, we’re making our resources available to educators to use whenever and in whatever increments they want. Do one each week! Make this week a theme! Make it a school-wide affair!

Then, on Thursday, May 18, join a global community of educators in celebrating the Day of AI by sharing your class’s projects, posters, photos, and videos, hosting a conversation, or creating your own unique festival. Stay tuned for information on how to publicize your class’s participation or to attend one of our Day of AI events.

Educators who register on the website can access all of last year’s Day of AI activities. In our grade and category levels, we’re adding 5 new curriculum modules and activities, including an all-new module for early elementary pupils ages 5-7: early elementary, upper elementary, middle school, high school (generic), and high school for students with coding experience.

Each study module also includes a fresh training video created by the curriculum experts. Register to explore the entire Day of AI curriculum, then view the free training videos whenever it is convenient for you.

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