Join the North Bay Business Journal in its annual Economic Outlook Summit at Sonoma State University on Thursday, Feb. 29th, from 7:30 to 11 a.m. We are thrilled to partner with Sonoma State University in hosting this Summit.
The Economic Outlook serves as an educational space for the business community, where the North Bay Business Journal finds subject matter experts to discuss current challenges or trends within the North Bay region of business.
This year, the theme hones in on artificial intelligence, or AI, which is emerging further and further into our everyday lives.
Topic: Unlocking the Power of AI: Fueling North Bay’s Business Competitiveness and Shaping Future Education.
Alexander "Sasha" Sidorkin, Chief AI Officer and Director, National Institute on Artificial Intelligence in Education
Keynote: Three Myths and One Real Worry: AI in Education and Workforce.
Dr. Robert Eyler, Professor of Economics, Sonoma State University
Presenting: Economic Forecasts as Artificial Intelligence? The Volatile Outlook for 2024 and Beyond.
Dr. Emily Harburg, CEO and Founder of PairUp, a platform for meaningfully connecting networks.
Presenting: AI + Human Connection: Can technology bring us together, rather than pulling us farther apart?
Dr. John Sullins, Professor of Philosophy, Director of Programming for the Center for Ethics Law and Society,
Sonoma State University
Presenting: Responsible Use of Generative AI in Higher Ed
Fiza Shaukut, CEO and Co-Founder, Patient First.AI
Presenting: AI to Improve Student Wellness and Wellbeing
Registration & Networking | 7:30 to 8:30 am
Program | 8:30 - 11 am
Where: Sonoma State University Ballroom, 1801 East Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park