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Our Lambda Lambda Chapter at the American University of Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates collaborated with its local IEEE student branch to organize a panel discussion on Artificial Intelligence and its impacts. The workshop was led by professors and experts from several departments.

Students debated the socio-economic, technical, and ethical implications of AI. The session was chaired by IEEE-HKN member and professor of electrical engineering Dr. Shayok Mukhopadhyay.
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Our Lambda Lambda Chapter at the American University of Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates collaborated with its local IEEE student branch to organize a panel discussion on Artificial Intelligence and its impacts. The workshop was led by professors and experts from several departments.

Students debated the socio-economic, technical, and ethical implications of AI. The session was chaired by IEEE-HKN member and professor of electrical engineering Dr. Shayok Mukhopadhyay.

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What a great topic to discuss! I had come across Australia dealing with similar discussions this morning, figure leave here for reference. It is a critical aspect that we must all focus on. www.innovationaus.com/2019/11/AI-ethics-guide-is-a-PR-exercise#disqus_thread

Are you a student or young professional interested in getting more involved with IEEE? Join us for one of our webinars we're co-hosting with the IEEE Instrumentation & Measurement Society - I&M (IMS) this week to learn more about IEEE and the opportunities it has to offer! We'll also have representatives from HKN and IMS on both webinars to answer your questions!

Join the webex with this info: ieee.webex.com/meet/nostin | 635 362 181
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Are you a student or young professional interested in getting more involved with IEEE? Join us for one of our webinars were co-hosting with the IEEE Instrumentation & Measurement Society - I&M (IMS) this week to learn more about IEEE and the opportunities it has to offer! Well also have representatives from HKN and IMS on both webinars to answer your questions!

Join the webex with this info:  https://ieee.webex.com/meet/nostin | 635 362 181

When you join IEEE-HKN, you’re HKN for life! Amy Jones (from left), John Daly and Stuti Ghiya joined as students, but HKN still deeply impacts them today. Read how IEEE-HKN continues to serve and uplift these members throughout their careers: www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/ieee/bridge_2018_issue3/index.php#/36

#IamHKN #tech #business #HKNatWork #engineer #engineering #stem #education
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When you join IEEE-HKN, you’re HKN for life! Amy Jones (from left), John Daly and Stuti Ghiya joined as students, but HKN still deeply impacts them today. Read how IEEE-HKN continues to serve and uplift these members throughout their careers: http://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/ieee/bridge_2018_issue3/index.php#/36

#IamHKN #tech #business #HKNatWork #engineer #engineering #stem #education

Dr. Henry Samueli was recently elevated to Eminent Member, HKN's highest membership recognition at a ceremony at UCLA Engineering. Eminent Member is conferred upon those select few whose attainments and contributions to society through leadership in the fields of electrical and computer engineering have resulted in significant benefits to humankind. Since 1950, only 140 individuals have been selected to receive this honor. Samueli was inducted into the Iota Gamma Chapter at UCLA in 1979.He is the co-founder of Broadcom Corporation, owner of the National Hockey League's Anaheim Ducks, he and is wife Susan are prominent philanthropists and created the Samueli Foundation
IEEE-HKN President Karen Panetta presented the honor to Dr. Samueli. Thank you to Dean Murthy and UCLA for hosting this very special event.
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