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  • PRISM Research Symposium

    Tue, Mar 13, 2018, 7:30 am to Wed, Mar 14, 2018, 2:45 pm

    Celebrating successful technology translation efforts

  • Tiger Talks on the Road: Spotlight on Princeton Faculty in Silicon Valley

    Thu, Apr 19, 2018, 6:00 pm

    The Princeton Entrepreneurship Council is excited to announce the second TigerTalks On The Road in Palo Alto, CA.

    This TigerTalks on the Road panel event will discuss the hot, trending topic of “AI and Computer Vision." We are delighted that the faculty panelist will be Thomas Funkhouser, Princeton Professor of Computer Science and Head of the 3D Vision Lab on campus. 

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

    Thu, Mar 1, 2018, 4:30 pm

    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?

  • Princeton on the Pacific Coast 2018

    One week in Silicon Valley.

    Two events featuring Princeton faculty.

    And an invitation to everyone to connect with Princeton research and innovation.

  • Biomedical Data Science Industry Day 2017

    This Princeton University Industry Engagement Day invites biomedical and pharma R&D executives to campus to explore cutting edge research and develop new relationships between Princeton researchers and industry. One of the goals for the day will be to explore building a regional identity for biomedical data science involving universities, foundations and industry in the NJ/PA/NYC corridor.
  • Celebrate Princeton Innovation

    Celebrate Princeton Innovation is an annual event that showcases Princeton University researchers who create inventions with the potential to benefit society. The evening reception features posters and demonstrations, speakers and networking for those involved in innovation on campus and throughout the region.

    To learn more and receive an invitation, please contact Tracy Meyer.

     

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