|Date and Time||6 August 2021 (Fri) 10:00 am – 12:00 nn|
|Activity Title||Hands-on Workshop on Artificial Intelligence (AI)|
|Form of Activity||Workshop|
|Medium of Instruction||Cantonese|
|Description and Rundown||The popularity of artificial intelligence (AI) has skyrocketed in recent years. AI is the key technology behind predictive analytics (e.g. YouTube and Netflix recommendations), personal assistants (e.g. Siri, Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa), autonomous vehicles, and more. Understanding how AI works as well as learning the benefits and pitfalls of AI are critical to our future lives.
In this workshop, participants will explore what AI is and how it works at a conceptual level. They will also learn the common AI terms such as “training data” and “machine learning”. They are encouraged to consider and study the appropriate application of AI technology to our daily lives.
Participants will gain hands-on experience in training the computer to (1) identify pictures of cars and cups, and (2) recognize business and sports news headlines. Participants can take part in every process of AI learning, including labeling samples, training the AI, testing the training results, and so on.
|Introduction to Instructor(s)||Dr. David CHAN
Department of Computing
Dr. Chan received his B.Eng. and Ph.D. degrees in Information Engineering from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. His research interests include wireless communications and networking, communication theory, machine learning, and data science. He has served as a reviewer for about 15 international transactions, journals, and conferences. Dr. Chan also gained extensive experience in STEM education and collaborated with over 40 schools and organizations, including HKU, CUHK, PolyU, EdUHK, HKSTP, and SCMP, to organize different types of STEM courses and workshops for primary, secondary, and university students.
|School / Department||Department of Computing – School of Decision Sciences|
|Related Undergraduate Programme(s)||Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Applied and Human-Centred Computing|