The Foundation of WCC's Arts and Humanities Lecture - Wayne Community College | Goldsboro, NC

The Foundation of WCC’s Arts and Humanities Lecture

Walnut 101 | March 26, 2024 5:30 pm

Cynthia Kaye and Connor Beveridge will give a lecture titled “Navigating the AI Frontier: Unraveling the Impact of Artificial Intelligence in the Modern World.” This presentation will delve into the multifaceted landscape of Artificial Intelligence (AI), exploring its transformative effects on various aspects of daily life, industries, and global dynamics.

Cynthia Jeane Kaye is the emerging technology instructor at Wayne Community College. In her five years as an instructor, she has taught a variety of computer science–related topics, including game design, programming, and most recently AI. She teaches a computer ethics class each year at WCC. She is a graduate of WCC and is currently attending East Carolina University.

Connor Beveridge is a graduate of Georgia Tech, receiving both a bachelor’s and master’s degree. With his bachelor’s degree in biomedical engineering, Beveridge worked briefly in the medical device industry. He then worked in cognitive science research, co-producing publications that have seen exposure in news articles including in MSN. After receiving his master’s degree in computer science, he now focuses on bringing AI to community college systems with one of the world’s first associate degrees in AI.

This WCC Faculty Spotlight lecture is free and open to the public to attend.

The Foundation of Wayne Community College encourages persons with disabilities to participate in its programs and activities. If you anticipate needing accommodation or have questions about access, please contact the Foundation at 919-739-7022 or esbyrd@waynecc.edu. Please allow sufficient time to arrange accommodation.