Intelligent Informatics @ Bloustein is a series of interactive informatics seminars and workshops on the use of data science and artificial intelligence for urban, public policy, healthcare, and organizational analytics.
Free and open to the public. SPACE IS LIMITED
Registration required by visiting https://go.rutgers.edu/ejbinformaticsopendata
The workshop will consist of presentations followed by a hands-on demo, and end with Q&A. We welcome our distinguished speakers from the AI for Good Lab @ Microsoft.
Anthony Cintron Roman is currently the Director of Data Architecture & Strategy with the AI for Good Lab at Microsoft, where he works with a team of data engineers, data scientists and researchers in Machine Learning and data science-based projects across Microsoft AI for Good efforts. He specializes in cloud solution architecture and open innovation and has a BS in computer science and an MBA with a specialty in the management of information systems.
Lucas A. Meyer is the Principal Data Scientist with the AI for Good Lab at Microsoft, and he specializes in models to promote economic development and detect financial misconduct. Lucas also worked in fraud detection at Amazon, and has an M.Sc. and an MBA from the University of Washington.
Prof. Jim Samuel, Director of the Master of Public Informatics (MPI) program at the Bloustein School, will provide closing comments on the potential societal implications of combining artificial intelligence and open data.