Presented by: Dr. James Crall, Assistant Professor, Department of Entomology, UW-Madison
Technology is rapidly transforming nearly all aspects of our lives, including how we interact with the natural world. In this talk, Dr. James Crall will explore how emerging technologies (including artificial intelligence and the internet of things) are creating new opportunities for researchers, practitioners, and naturalists to study insects in ever greater depth. Yet these new tools also create new challenges that will require reimagining how we use technology to connect with and support the health of bees and other pollinators.
Luncheon-Lectures are held in the Arboretum Visitor Center Auditorium. A buffet lunch is followed by the educational presentation. Each lecture costs $40.
This popular series fills up quickly, so register as soon as you can. Registration closes February 25. Online registration is faster. Vegetarian meal requests can be accommodated. Check the vegetarian option box during registration.
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