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Artificial Intelligence program planned for library July 13


KENT—Artifical Intelligence is poised to change our world and the Kent Memorial Library is equally poised to explore the implications. It will host a program by artificial intelligence consultant and educator, Bipasha Ghosh Saturday, July 13 at 3 p.m.

From its fundamental concepts to its real-world applications, discover how AI is revolutionizing daily lives, including one’s finances and well-being. Ghosh will delve into the transformative potential of AI, its implications for the job market, and the critical issues of security, privacy, misinformation, and deepfakes. She will also discuss how to navigate the AI landscape and protect oneself in this era of rapid technological change.

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