The annual Software Engineering Institute (SEI) Research Services High Tea event featured speakers from the University Libraries and the SEI discussing ways to connect researchers on artificial intelligence across campus.
For over 30 years, the SEI's Research Services team has hosted speakers on the intersection of library science and technology, followed by a reception. High Tea 2022 focused on an ongoing effort across the Software Engineering Institute in conjunction with Carnegie Mellon University to impact the future of artificial intelligence engineering.
The event featured a presentation called “Artificial Intelligence: Impacts and roles for libraries” from Keith Webster, Helen and Henry Posner, Jr. Dean of the University Libraries and Huajin Wang, liaison librarian and program director for Open Science and Data Collaborations.
The following speakers from Carnegie Mellon University and the Software Engineering Institute also participated:
- Tom Longstaff, CTO, Software Engineering Institute
- Matt Gaston, director, AI Division, Software Engineering Institute
- William H. Sanders, the Dr. William D. and Nancy W. Strecker Dean of the College of Engineering at CMU and professor of electrical and computer engineering
- Rachel Dzombak, technical director, and head of digital transformation in the AI Division