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Purdue community invited to attend the Aronson Keynote exploring the human labor behind modern AI

Purdue staff, students and instructors are invited to attend a keynote speech and discussion exploring the power of AI in our modern world and delving into the hidden workforce of human labor behind the demands of continually evolving AI systems. Registration is available online.

The keynote, sponsored by the Aronson family and part of the annual Aronson Family Science and Society Series, will occur at 5:30 p.m. Feb. 29 at Honors Hall, HRCN 1066.

Siddharth Suri, a senior principal researcher working for Microsoft Research, will be delivering the keynote. As a leader in designing and conducting "virtual lab" experiments, Suri was able to turn his computational social science research into a full study of the workers who power many modern apps, websites and AI systems.

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