UPDATE: VIRTUAL MEETING!!
TOPIC: The Morals of Autonomous Driving
PDU: 1 - Technical
SPEAKER: Kelvin Elvidge, ASQ CQE, CQA, and CSQE
The Morals of Autonomous Driving is a hands-on interactive demonstration of what types of decisions autonomous vehicles will need to make on a daily basis. In the presentation we will go through different scenarios and at the end we can see how we rank in our decisions compared to all others that have taken the same simulation. From self-driving cars on public roads to self-piloting reusable rockets landing on self-sailing ships, machine intelligence is supporting or entirely taking over ever more complex human activities at an ever-increasing pace. The greater autonomy given machine intelligence in these roles can result in situations where they have to make autonomous choices involving human life and limb. This calls for not just a clearer understanding of how humans make such choices, but also a clearer understanding of how humans perceive machine intelligence making such choices.
Kelvin is an Advanced Quality Engineer for Visteon Corporation, an automotive electronics company. Kelvin graduated from University of Waterloo with a Bachelor of Mathematics. Kelvin worked three years in Canada in Quality for Guardian Glass before moving to Michigan. He then worked in Supplier Quality at Ford Motor Company in Dearborn on the Mustang Program. His career continued at Ford Automotive Components Division which was spun off into Visteon in 1988. Kelvin is one of two Advanced Quality Engineers in the USA since the end of 2018. As an AQE he works with the design teams to ensure that customer quality and Visteon Quality targets are met in the design phases. Kelvin currently holds the following certifications: ASQ CQE, CQA, and CSQE.
Meeting Location: VIRTUAL! Connection details will be sent prior to the meeting to the email you register with.
Presentation: 7:00 - 8:00 PM
Registration will end Tuesday, prior to meeting, at 11:55PM.
|Event End Date||05-13-2020|
|Registration Start Date||12-29-2019|
|Cut off date||05-12-2020|