USC Computing Forum Hosts Inaugural Symposium on Artificial Intelligence

| April 26, 2018

The symposium will take on the subject of AI in Life.

A photo of the marina at Marina del Rey, California.

Marina del Rey, California, where the USC Computing Forum’s inaugural symposium will take place on May 17, 2018. Photo/Shutterstock.

Artificial intelligence (AI) will take center stage at the USC Computing Forum’s first tech symposium on May 17, 2018 at the Marriott Hotel in Marina del Rey, California.

The Inaugural Symposium on AI in Life will provide an opportunity for attendees to hear presentations by influential tech visionaries from companies such as Amazon, IBM, Microsoft and Twentieth Century Fox as they share their perspectives on essential issues, compelling innovations and the growing impact of AI in society.

AI technologies are fast becoming a ubiquitous aspect of our daily lives, from entertainment to education, healthcare to security. In light of this emerging context, the symposium is designed to explore the influence of AI in life today through keynotes and panel sessions with some of the nation’s leading researchers and thinkers in this area.

Symposium guests from business, academia and government will have the opportunity to interact with each other, plus engage with expert speakers and panelists in lively and thought-provoking conversation.

Participation is by invitation only. If you are interested in attending, please email

About the USC Computing Forum

Based at USC’s Information Sciences Institute (ISI), a unit of the Viterbi School of Engineering in the heart of LA’s Silicon Beach, the USC Computing Forum promotes rich interactions between leading companies and USC faculty, researchers and students. By uniting people from across the world to share their insights and promote cross-collaboration, the forum aims to drive the exchange of advanced ideas and innovations in technology across Southern California and beyond.

The USC Computer Forum builds upon the diverse computing ecosystem of the Viterbi School of Engineering, which includes the Information Sciences Institute, the Department of Computer Science, the Ming Hsieh Department of Electrical Engineering and USC’s Institute of Creative Technologies.

To find out more about becoming a member of the USC Computing Forum, please visit:

Published on April 26th, 2018

Last updated on May 16th, 2024

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