Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) are hot topics in the world of cybersecurity today. Imagine that your program can tell the difference between invasive weeds and vegetables so that a robot can go through a field and only applies herbicide to weeds. With the help of this artificial intelligence course for teens, tasks like this will become a reality this summer. This course covers basic artificial intelligence and machine learning basics and their applications using computer programming, data sets, statistics and more. Students are exposed to state-of-art AI concepts and tools using Cal Poly’s unique Learn by Doing approach.
Bo Lui, Ph.D.
Dr. Bo Liu is an associate professor in BioResource and Agricultural Engineering Department at Cal Poly State University. He received his doctoral and master’s degree from the University of Missouri – Columbia. He teaches coursework in the areas of electronics, sensors, data acquisition systems, and robotics, and conducts research in artificial intelligence and mechatronics applications in agricultural production and processing. His research projects have been funded by private companies, state and federal agencies. He has been invited to present research projects at various universities, national and international conferences.
Includes orientation, site visits, guest speakers, college tours, college admissions overview, enrichment electives, lodging, breakfast, lunch, dinner, evening activities, and weekend excursions. Check in is day 1 at 3pm and check out is day 13 at 10am.
Includes orientation, site visits, guest speakers, college tours, college admissions overview, enrichment electives, lunch, dinner, evening activities, and weekend excursions. Extended commuter students are welcome on campus from 9am to 8pm on weekdays, and are invited to attend our weekend excursions.