Carnegie Mellon Faculty Will Share Visions of Robots, A.I., and Big Data at “Summer Davos”

PITTSBURGH, Sept. 3, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Carnegie Mellon University is sending the largest delegation of any university to the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting of the New Champions in Dalian, China, next week, along with robots and Big Data visualization demonstrations that will run throughout the three-day event.”Carnegie Mellon is always on the cutting edge of technology innovation, particularly technologies that collaborate with people to address the most pressing challenges of our time, so the World Economic Forum meetings are natural venues in which to share our ideas and demonstrate our technologies,” said Justine Cassell, CMU’s associate vice provost of Technology Strategy and Impact.”The Annual Meeting of the New Champions, held in China each year, attracts business, government, and civil society leaders who are looking for exactly these sorts of discoveries…


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