Do you know about AI (Artificial Intelligence) and how much do you know? It’s the newest buzz word. Here’s your chance to really learn what it is and gain an understanding of AI and how it will affect your everyday life and careers.

On April 26 from 2-5 pm, Edmonds College is hosting its second annual AI for Everyone Day. The event is free and open to all young and old. It will be held on their campus at Hazel Miller Hall and is open to the public.

“AI should be available to everyone in the community regardless of background or expertise,”said Edmonds College Dean of STEM Dr. Carey Schroyer. “The event is meant to help demystify AI and help the community learn more about how AI can influence their lives and careers.”

The event will include:

  • Interactive workshops: Engage in hands-on activities and discussions that showcase AI applications in everyday life.
  • Expert talks: Learn from passionate AI enthusiasts and Edmonds College faculty about AI’sexciting possibilities and ethical considerations.AI Experience Lab: Practice using common AI tools and apps with facilitators who can answer your questions. No AI experience is needed!
  • Q&A session: Get your burning AI questions answered by experienced educators.
  • Networking opportunities: Connect with like-minded community members, students, and professionals passionate about AI.

No pre-registration is necessary. Parking is available in lots A,B,C,E, and F.

Edmonds College is located at 20000 68th Ave. West in Lynnwood, WA 98036. Edmonds College is a public college accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities and governed by the Washington State Board of Community and Technical Colleges. Edmonds mission is: Teaching I Learning I Community.  The college serves approximately 15,000 students annually, including approximately 900 international students from about 60 countries. The college currently offers four bachelor of applied science degrees (with approval to offer one more in 2024), 66 associate degrees, and 111 professional certificates in 30 programs of study.  Edmonds College offers robust athletics programs for men and women, including baseball, softball, basketball, volleyball, soccer, and cross-country. The college operates two on-campus residence halls housing approximately 400 students. In addition, the college has a wide range of comprehensive offerings: College credit in high school, basic education skills to receive a high school diploma/GED or to prepare for college, short-term non-credit training, continuing education, online degrees, and certificates, offered day, night, and weekends.