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Making AI systems feel guilty

July 24 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

LOCATION ADDRESS (Hybrid, in person or by zoom, you choose)
Valley Research Park
319 North Bernardo Avenue
Mountain View, CA CA 93043
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6:30 Door opens, food and networking (we invite honor system contributions)
7:00 SFBayACM upcoming events, introduce the speaker
7:15 speaker presentation starts
8:15 – 8:30 finish, depending on Q&A

Join SF Bay ACM Chapter for an insightful discussion on
LLMs and GPT systems has amazed everyone with excellent results for question and answering problems being able to pass exams and tests with ease. However we don’t see these systems being conscious and we don’t see them having emotions. This talk will provide some ideas on how create empathic AI systems and how higher order human like emotions like guilt,

Speaker Bio:
Dr. Ronjon Nag, President of R42 Group, Adjunct Professor in Genetics, Stanford School of Medicine.

Dr. Nag is a renowned inventor, entrepreneur, and educator, building AI systems for over 40 years. He has founded and advised companies that have been sold to Motorola, RIM/BlackBerry, and Apple, pioneering speech and handwriting recognition, and mobile app stores. More recently, as Founder of R42 Group, he has been inventing and investing at the intersection of AI and medicine, creating Superbio.ai (an AI life science app store) and Agemica (a vaccine for aging).
Additionally, he provides free AI education through the R42 Institute In 2016, he became a Stanford Interdisciplinary Distinguished Careers Institute Fellow and teaches courses on AI, genes, ethics, longevity science, and venture capital.

Ronjon is a Fellow and Trustee of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), a Lifetime Member of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and a Senior Member of the IEEE. He has received the IET Mountbatten Medal, the Verizon Powerful Answers Award ($1 million prize), the 2021 IEEE-Santa Clara Valley Outstanding Engineer Award, and the 2023 COGX AI Lifetime Achievement Award. Ronjon received a PhD from Cambridge, an MS from MIT, a BSc from Birmingham University (UK) and was a Stanford Harkness Post-Doctoral Fellow. He is Chairman of Ecrio (5G systems) and Bounce Imaging (throwable cameras). Ronjon is also part owner of some 100 AI and Biotech start-ups.


July 24
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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SF Bay ACM Chapter
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Valley Research Park
319 North Bernardo Avenue
Mountain View, CA 94043 US
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