Alumni

Ivy Circle: MIT Annual General Meeting and Artificial Intelligence Conference

Chicago Booth Alumni Club of Germany

June 14, 2019: 4:00 PM - June 16, 2019: 4:00 PM

Chicago Booth alumni are cordially invitedd to the MIT Club of Germany for the Annual General Meeting which is dedicated to the topic area of Artificial Intelligence. 

Where

various locations
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Berlin, Germany

Event Details

This year's Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be dedicated to the topic area of A.I. (Artificial Intelligence), a new capability that is rapidly developing and affecting millions of job profiles across virtually all industries. Europe in particular will be under pressure to develop its understanding and capabilities over the coming decade to play a leading role on the world stage.

Spouses are most welcome. Please ensure to add them in the registration process.
Friday and Saturday morning portions of the programme are reserved for full (paying) members only. For the time Saturday to Sunday afternoon, all members of the MIT community in Germany are welcome to join.

Program Schedule

Friday, 14 June 2019
16:30 - 18:00 Visit of Amazon A.I. Lab (full members & spouses only)
Insights into Amazon's speech recognition programme ("Meet Alexa")
19:00 – 22:00 Club Member Dinner (full members & spouses only)

Saturday, 15 June 2019
10:00 - 12:30 Annual Members Meeting (full members only)
12:30 - 13:30 Lunch Break / Registration of all non member guests and friends of the MIT Club of Germany
13:30 - 18:00 Joint Symposium: A I A Radical Transformation of All Kinds

During the symposium, we plan to explore the deep impact of A.I. intransforming our built and living environment.
We invited a group of A I experts who w ill discuss special topics around the process from connecting data to creating intelligence, the ethical dimension of A.I. and the opportunities and risks involved in A.I. development.
In a panel discussion, we will elaborate on different positions and invite all members to join the debate.
Also, we will shed light on MIT's newest investment in this area with the founding of the new MIT Schwarzman College of Computing.

Speakers and panel guests include:

  • Prof. Dr. Stephan G. Humer, Leiter des Forschun gs und Arbeitsb e-reichs Internetsoziologie an der Hochschule Fresenius
  • Peter Ganten ( angefragt ), CEO Univention GmbH Technikfolgea b-schätzung (Sociolog i cal dimension)
  • Prof. Dr. Ing. Jochen Schiller angefragt ), Dekan FB Mathematik und Informatik, Leitung A G Technische Informatik, Vorstand Ei n-stein Center Digital Future
  • Prof. Dr. Richard Geibel, Studiendekan für Master Studiengänge, Fresenius University of Applied Sciences
  • Mrs. Meike Müller, Entrepreneur, Digital Transformation Strategist,Tech & DLT Enthusi ast .

18:00 - 19:30 Return to hotels / break & refresh / transfer to evening venue
19:45 - 23:00 Dinner in the spectacular Berlin Fernseh turm "Sphere Restaurant" right on the A l exanderplatz (at a height of 207m).

Contact:
In case of any questions, please contact:
Wolfgang Unge rer wolfgang.ungerer@mit club.de , M +49 160 2900192 (Munich)
Kathryn Nussdorf kathryn.nussdorf@mit club.de , M: +49 152 049 20192 (Berlin)

Cost

Various costs, see program agenda. 

Registration

Register Online

Deadline: 6/14/2019

Questions

Andrea Fuchs, '09 (EXP-14)