was presented by Larry Bartoszek, Principal at Bartozsek Engineering.
Event will be from 7:00 – 8:30 PM in the Meeting Room at the Geneva Library, 127 James Street, Geneva, IL.
Join us for our fall kick-off to the highly successful Speaker Series, as Larry Bartoszek walks us through the current research on artificial intelligence. We will be introduced to current concepts and ideas about intelligence, robotics and nanotechnology. We will be asked to think about what it means to be human so that if/when new “Intelligent things” appear we can decide how to treat them. Larry Bartoszek, a Fox Valley resident has a dual degree in Mechanical Engineering and Physics from the University of Illinois and is an Illinois Licensed Professional Engineer. Larry is the owner of Bartoszek Engineering, a consulting firm specializing in mechanical and electromechanical design for the nuclear and high energy physics community world-wide. The company has handled design projects ranging in size from table-top devices to a 120 ton, three story tall Cartesian robot.
The Geneva Library Foundation was established in 2005 as a charitable organization to provide support for current and future library materials, services and facilities. It is recognized by the IRS as a 501(c) (3) charitable organization. With a goal of raising $1 million by 2016 and $2 million by 2021, the GLF is committed to providing a substantial, permanent, and stable source of funds to support the Geneva Public Library.
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Cynthia Wade, 708-989-4439, CynthiaKayWade@aol.com