January 25th, 2018
Intelligence (AI) and autonomy are
becoming a major component of our
day-to-day life. In this talk, we
will first look at how intentionally or
unintentionally we are interacting with
the different applications of AI, then we
briefly took at some of the
different techniques and methods that are
used in different AI applications.
Finally, we take a look at some of the
myths and aspirations of what AI can do
for us now or in the future.
Our speaker for
the meeting will be Dr. Masood
Towhidnejad. He is a Professor of Software
Engineering at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical
University. Dr Towhidnejad received
his Ph.D. in Computer Engineering from the
University of Central Florida in
1990. His teaching and research
interests include STEM education, software
engineering, software quality assurance
and testing, autonomous systems, and Air
Traffic Management. He has also served as
a Faculty Fellow at the NASA Goddard Space
Flight Center, and a Visiting Research
Associate at the Federal Aviation
Times: Greetings and Cocktails 5:30
P.M.; 6:00 P.M. Dinner
Program 7:00 P.M.
2018 Section Dinner Menu
- saulteed flounder, brown butter, lemon and
almonds. Served with rice pilaf and baby
Shrimp Penne Chicken
Piccata - egg battered and saulteed
with fresh mushrooms, capers and lemon butter.
Served with rice pilaf and baby carrots.
New York style Baked
Ziti - tender ziti noodles, Ricotta
cheese and zesty tomato meat sauce.
Oven baked with melted mozzarella cheese.
Members and guests $20.00
each, Student $10.00 each
Please Contact Al Jusko with your dinner selections or for
Dinner selection's must be in by Wednesday January 24th at noon
so that club has time to order and prepare, or
for further information
| Allen Jusko
If you make dinner reservations and are unable to attend,
call at least 12 hours prior to the meeting to
The Section is charged for all dinners ordered, please let
us know if your plans change
Halifax River Yacht Club
311 South Beach Street,
Daytona Beach, Florida 3211, Phone:
The Halifax River Yacht
Club is just South of the Fire Station at
of Beach and Orange Street.