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STEM Spots: AI and machine learning and the future of science and art

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With AI and machine learning on the rise, Dave Cornelison ponders about the purpose of science and art into the near future.

STEM Spots is a collaboration between KSMU and MSU's Department of Physics, Astronomy and Materials Science. Hosted by Dr. David Cornelison, STEM Spots invites local experts to discuss advances, issues and theories in all matters of STEM. It airs Thursdays at 9:45 am on KSMU.

Dr. David Cornelison has been working as an educator and scientist in Arizona and Missouri universities for the last 32 years. From 2010-2018, he was the head of the Department of Physics, Astronomy and Materials Science at Missouri State University. His research interests lie at the intersection of experimental condensed-matter physics and astrophysics, while his educational efforts have focused on outreach to the K-12 school system. Most of all, he believes in curiosity-driven learning in the sciences and all other fields.