A Gilbert Public Lecture: Microsoft's Brad Smith on the Rise of Artificial Intelligence: Who Will Have Jobs in the Future?

Artificial intelligence will enable breakthroughs in healthcare, transportation, agriculture, education and many more areas of life. But as we look to a future powered by a partnership of humans and computers, significant questions arise. How do we ensure that AI is designed and used responsibly? How do we establish ethical principles to protect people? How should we govern its use? And how will AI impact jobs and employment in the future?

Join us on March 1 when Microsoft President Brad Smith '81 explores the future of artificial intelligence and what it could mean for business, the workforce and society.

Please register in advanceThis event is free and open to the public. 

Please plan your arrival with adequate time to find parking, walk to McCosh Hall and reserve your seat. We expect a large crowd.

Microsoft's recent book, The Future Computed: Artificial Intelligence and its Impact on Society, is available for free download here

For more information, go to The G.S. Beckwith Gilbert '63 Lectures or email Tracy Meyer @ twmeyer@princeton.edu.

Sponsored by the Princeton University Center for Internet Technology PolicyDepartment of Computer Science, Woodrow Wilson School for Public and International Affairs and the Office of Corporate Engagement and Foundation Relations.

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