AI@Princeton: Launch event for Princeton Language and Intelligence

AI@Princeton

September 26, 2023
3 pm-6 pm

After introductory remarks by Princeton University Provost Jennifer Rexford, over a dozen faculty associated with PLI will present short talks around the following themes: “How Large AI Models Work,” “Societal Impacts of AI,” and “AI for Research: Applications Across Disciplines.”

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Program

Featuring talks by Princeton faculty

3:00 pm3:10 pm
Opening Remarks
Speakers
Jennifer Rexford
Provost of Princeton University
3:10 pm3:55 pm
How Large AI Models Work
Speakers
Sanjeev Arora
Charles C. Fitzmorris Professor in Computer Science
Director of Princeton Language and Intelligence
Danqi Chen
Assistant Professor of Computer Science
Karthik Narasimhan
Assistant Professor of Computer Science
3:55 pm4:15 pm
Societal Impact of AI
Speakers
Arvind Narayanan
Professor of Computer Science
Director, Center for Information Technology Policy
Arthur Spirling
Class of 1987 Professor of Politics
4:15 pm4:45 pm
Q&A
4:45 pm5:55 pm
AI for Research: Applications Across Disciplines
Speakers
Anirudha Majumdar
Assistant Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Olga Troyanskaya
Professor of Computer Science and the Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics
Barbara Graziosi
Ewing Professor of Greek Language and Literature
Chair of the Department of Classics
Tom Griffiths
Henry R. Luce Professor of Information Technology, Consciousness, and Culture of Psychology and Computer Science; Director of CSML
Sarah-Jane Leslie
Class of 1943 Professor of Philosophy
Brandon Stewart
Associate Professor of Sociology
Ken Norman
Huo Professor in Computational and Theoretical Neuroscience; Chair, Department of Psychology
5:55 pm6:00 pm
Closing Remarks
Speakers
Sanjeev Arora
Charles C. Fitzmorris Professor in Computer Science
Director of Princeton Language and Intelligence