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live on Facebook March 27 Satori - Big Blue meets Mass Green - A path toward Green AI

Portrait John Cohn Ph. D.

John Cohn Ph. D. – IBM Fellow, MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab

John will discuss how current approaches to Artificial Intelligence could contribute significantly to our climate challenges. He will use our then describe how the IBM PowerAI Satori supercomputer based at the Massachusetts Green High Performance Computer Center (http://mghpcc.org) is being used to help build a path to greener AI.

 

About John Cohn Ph. D.

John Cohn is an IBM Fellow in the MIT-IBM Watson AI Research Group based in Cambridge, MA. John earned a BSEE from MIT (’81) and a Ph.D in Computer Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University (‘91) where he was named a Distinguished Alumni in 2014. John has authored more than 30 technical papers, contributed to four books and has ~120 worldwide patents. In 2005 John was elected a Fellow of the IEEE. John is active in education issues at a local, state and national level. In 2019 John was awarded the IEEE CAS John Choma Education award for his efforts at STEM promotion. He is so passionate about promoting STEM careers that he spent 59 days living and inventing in an abandoned steel mill as part of Discovery Channel's technical survival show "The Colony". John lives with his family in a restored 19th century schoolhouse in Jonesville Vermont and is eager to share his love of science and technology with anyone who will listen.

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