Skip to main content

Luddy Artificial Intelligence Center hosts opening celebration

Members of the Indiana University and Bloomington community are invited to learn more about the latest developments in artificial intelligence at the Luddy Artificial Intelligence Center opening celebration at 3 p.m. March 8.

The Luddy AI Center is the campus’s hub for AI teaching and research, bringing together faculty from the Luddy School of Informatics, Computing and Engineering and collaborators from other IU departments, schools and programs. The event will give people the opportunity to learn more about the center’s work.

In addition to poster sessions and demonstrations, Luddy Faculty Fellows will give presentations on computational poetry analysis, preparing cancer patient digital twins to forecast progression and treatment, and reverse engineering the origins of visual intelligence. Dan Friedman, Luddy School professor of computer science, and IU alumnus Anurag Mendhekar will discuss their book “The Little Learner,” which is an introduction to deep learning.

The Luddy School will also announce its next class of faculty fellows during the event.

The celebration will take place in the Luddy Artificial Intelligence Center at 1015 E. 11th St. in Bloomington.