Human Computation, Games and AI
Professor Lindsay Grace – Knight Chair in Interactive Media and Director of the MFA in Interactive Media, University of Miami, School of Communication
Parker Reed Room – SSWAC Building, Colby College
AI GAMES start at 6:00 pm – BRING YOUR LAPTOP!
TALK starts at 7:00 pm
Professor Lindsay Grace covers the intersection of games, human computation, and artificial intelligence. Drawing from the trajectories of social impact game design, we examine the lessons learned and new opportunities in improving work and knowledge sets through games. Case studies are drawn from a wide range of fields, including citizen science, medical treatment, and sentiment polling. Using play as the key ingredient to a recipe of engaging, effective games that improve data sets and increase our understanding of the world around us, this talk aims to help a wide audience understand the value and potential of digital games to improve human performance, increase real world efficacy and augment a variety of information systems.
Opportunities to engage with Colby faculty/staff, alumni, industry experts and others to learn the tools used in data science and AI.
Sponsored by alumni owner ITERIS. Manipulate traffic monitoring and safety data for this round of our sponsored hackathons.
A great day was had by all that attended!
Graduate Schools in Data Science and AI Workshop – 7:00 pm
Olin Collaborative Space
Sponsored by Davis Connects and Davis Institute for AI, a workshop discussing graduate schools and the preparation for the application process.
Bring a PRINTED resume/CV and a personal statement.
Light snacks provided!