“Artificial intelligence is already playing a role across many areas of society, and will only continue to grow in use and importance,” said Parker, who held the inaugural meeting of the National AI Advisory Committee on Thursday. “It is a deep honor to be selected to join the ranks of luminaries from around the world who have founded and made significant contributions to the field of AI.”
Lynne Parker and Mark Dean, both former interim deans of the Tickle College of Engineering, are serving as part of a new national task force on AI.
Tickle College of Engineering Professor Lynne Parker is taking the lead for the US on artificial intelligence advancements as its first AI “czar”.
Lynne Parker, professor of electrical engineering and computer science, was named the director of the National Artificial Intelligence Initiative Office.
Deputy US Chief Technology Officer and UT engineering professor Lynne Parker led an initiative on artificial intelligence use by the US government that President Trump signed into law.
UT Professor Lynne Parker was one of two people named deputy US chief technology officers on Wednesday, joining Winter Casey […]
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