Leading scientists at Qualcomm are racing toward a future in which our digital 'companions' will have the ability to 'see' their environment just as people do, and even to make decisions on our behalf.
Michael Campos, PhD, and former instructor at both Harvard and Caltech, will describe two active projects that Qualcomm is working on to create this future: emerging research in training robots to 'think and learn' like humans and a more recent effort to enable autonomous automobiles.
Date/Time: October 23, Thursday. 5:30 - 8:30 p m.
Location: Qualcomm. 6455 Lusk Blvd, San Diego
5:30-7:15 Interactive Robotic Demo, Light dinner, meet and greet.
Sponsor: Harvard and Stanford Clubs of San Diego.
Contact: Harvard VP Joanna Hirst
Invited: Ivy Plus, Caltech, MIT. Alumni may invite guests and teens
13 and up. Robotics Students.
Fee: $30 per Adult, $15 per student. payable via credit card.
Go here to register.
List of paid participants will be at registration table.