Inspirit AI Virtual Event

Artificial intelligence is a groundbreaking field of study that is becoming more and more popular everyday. In the world of AI, there are thousands of potential applications to aspects of the real world. However, understanding the intricacies of AI may be daunting for young students. Where can they begin their journey to develop their AI knowledge? And if they already have a substantial understanding of it, what can they do about it to help guide their future in the direction they want?

One of Baldwin’s very own, 9th grader Paola Acevedo, participated in a summer program this year that allowed her to answer those very questions. The program, Inspirit AI, offered a variety of different courses in fields that AI could be applied to, ranging from healthcare to ethics and to music. In Paola’s case, she decided to delve into the applications of AI in criminal justice, where students explored how race plays a role in the ruling of the court. Inspirit AI works with professors from top universities in the United States, like CalTech, MIT, Stanford, and Yale.

Thanks to this wonderful virtual experience, Paola was immersed in the exciting world of AI and has reached out to us at the Baldwin Bullseye to help her spread the word on an upcoming event that allows students interested in this topic to know more about it. Inspirit AI has organized a two-hour virtual event that features spotlight talks from Stanford and MIT graduates on the applications of artificial intelligence on an array of fields of study. In addition to this, Inspirit AI will supply attendees with practical college advice for the AI world. The event is free and open to everyone, even if you have no previous experience with AI or coding.

This free event will happen on Sunday, October 17, 2021, from 11 AM-1 PM Pacific Time. If you or someone you know is interested in registering for his exciting event visit and sign yourself up! This is a great and unique opportunity to explore the AI career path. If you have any questions, you can reach out to the Baldwin Bullseye editorial board or Paola Acevedo ([email protected]).