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Innovation & Impact

The Growth and Impact of Generative AI

Season 1, Ep. 1

On the the premiere episode of "Innovation & Impact," Michael Kearns, National Center Professor of Management & Technology in Computer and Information Science (CIS), Chris Callison-Burch, Associate Professor in CIS, and Robert Ghrist, Andrea Mitchell University Professor in Electrical and Systems Engineering discuss the growth and impact of generative AI. Susan Davidson, Weiss Professor in Computer and Information Science, serves as panel moderator.

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