Emerging Perspectives on the Impact of AI and Data Analytics on Human Kinetics and Health Sciences

Emerging Perspectives on the Impact of AI and Data Analytics on Human Kinetics and Health Sciences
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From Thu 23 January 2020 to Fri 24 January 2020
From Thursday 23 January 2020 to Friday 24 January 2020
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
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**FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS, POST-DOCS AND FACULTY MEMBERS ONLY**

A  two-day symposium discussing how AI is currently changing the field of human kinetics and health sciences and how AI will shape the future of the fields. We have an exciting line-up of speakers from across North America with backgrounds in the intergration of AI within sport marketing, sport management, biomechanics, exercise biology, medicine, rehabilitation, biomechanics, ergonomics, and biomedical engineering.  Hosted at the University of Ottawa's new LabO theater attached to the OAG at King Edward and Daly Ave. Spots are limited! Sign up now!  

The symposium will include:

- Keynote speaker

- Student Presentations 

- Speaker Presentations within academia and industry from across North America

- 3 panel discussions with speakers

- Lunch, snacks, and coffee

- Cocktail Party (Invite- Only)

** There will be a $50 fine for no-shows. Please unregister if you are unable to attend to allow for an individual on the wait-list to attend ** 


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