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*** We are in hybrid mode now - several events are in-person @ UT Dallas campus, others are conducted ONLINE, some events in both modes ***
This meetup is OPEN to all in the community - UT Dallas Computer Science department welcomes every one, including college students, high school students, parents & professionals to attend these late evening presentations on most Saturdays. While our faculty will present the popular technologies or talk about the latest research areas, we may feature industry professionals or external experts occasionally as well. True meetups involve networking - we encourage the participants to come 30 minutes early for networking & you are welcome to stay after the presentation & continue networking as well. This is also a great place to connect with UTD students and even find a few good candidates for internships/FT jobs @ your company.

While these events are completely FREE to attend, we request a tax-deductible donation of $5 (or more) per person @ giving.utdallas.edu/CS - thanks for helping us to cover our cost and enabling us to bring such high quality programs to the community!
Custodial Responsibility Disclaimer: The University of Texas at Dallas Computer Science department will not take custodial responsibility of minors (school students) while participating in these Community Outreach Presentations. Custodial responsibility will remain with the parents, legal guardians, and chaperones.

Upcoming events (4)

AI DevWorld 2022 (Oct 25-27, San Jose Convention Center)

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You must register at the link below (and not just indicate that you are attending here on Meetup).

AI DevWorld 2022 (Oct 25-27, San Jose Convention Center) is the world’s largest Artificial Intelligence Dev conference where 2,000+ executives, engineers, developers and data scientists converge to discover the latest API innovations. Learn from leaders at Microsoft, eBay, Samsung Next, Red Hat, Intuit, Publicis Sapient, and dozens more!

The AI DevWorld team has offered our group 25 free OPEN Passes and discounted PRO Passes to the in-person conference happening at the Virtual, so our members can attend for free.
Register now to get your free OPEN Pass or to SAVE $150 on your PRO Pass.
To register, go to: https://aidevworld.com/free-open-pass/?discount=MU8694&utm_campaign=MU8694&utm_source=meetup&utm_medium=email

UTD Battle of the Brains - Conference & Contest - open to ALL!

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Thanks to our continuing sponsor State Farm for enabling us to offer this contest for FREE to school students & college students. While everyone can complete, prizes will be given only for the high school student groups registered through CS teachers & compete in-person.

Schedule for the day @ https://utd.link/hspc-schedule

School teachers should register their teams @ https://utd.link/hspc-reg (register IN-PERSON teams only, No need to register teams that will compete ONLINE).

Actual Contest will run 1-4pm. You can join the contest now and get ready:
Novice level: TBD
Advanced level: TBD

If you are high school student & your school officially participates, please reach out to your CS teacher to form the teams (One student from each team should sign up for the contest, then click on View my team to add other team members). Email [masked] if there are any questions.

BTW, you can visit any of the current open contests to practice with Kattis environment - https://open.kattis.com/contests lists all the current & upcoming & old contests.

Fall 2021 Novice level problem set: https://open.kattis.com/contests/nkom6r

Fall 2021 Advanced level problem set: https://open.kattis.com/contests/vm8cd3
Discussion of solutions:
slides: https://utdallas.box.com/s/devzi0g55bl56dc2vynqusmw6veq15pk
video: https://utdallas.box.com/s/w51uzp90ir7d0hra1bh4t1ionbl9wnas

Thanks to State Farm Corporation for continued support of this contest - several prizes will be given in each category (official HS student teams & College students). While this contest is targeted towards the high school student teams (max 3 members each), it is really OPEN to all!

The contest, which follows ACM (Association of Computing Machinery) International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) style, is held twice a year on the UT Dallas campus with UT Dallas CS professors Ivor Page, Chalam Chitturi and Jey Veerasamy, overseeing the contest, assisted by UT Dallas CS students.

DevNetwork: AI DevWorld 2022 (Nov 1-3, Virtual)

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You must register at the link below (and not just indicate that you are attending here on Meetup).

AI DevWorld 2022 (Oct 25-27, San Jose Convention Center & Nov 1-3 Virtual) is the world’s largest Artificial Intelligence Dev conference where 2,000+ executives, engineers, developers and data scientists converge to discover the latest API innovations. Learn from leaders at Microsoft, eBay, Samsung Next, Red Hat, Intuit, Publicis Sapient, and dozens more!
The AI DevWorld team has offered our group 25 free OPEN Passes and discounted PRO Passes to the in-person conference happening at the Virtual, so our members can attend for free.
Register now to get your free OPEN Pass or to SAVE $150 on your PRO Pass.
To register, go to: https://aidevworld.com/free-open-pass/?discount=MU8694&utm_campaign=MU8694&utm_source=meetup&utm_medium=email

American Math Competitions (AMC) for School Students

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UTD will be holding IN PERSON PAPER version of the upcoming AMC 8, AMC 10/12 A and AMC 10/12 B competition in[masked] academic year.

Details @ https://k12.utdallas.edu/amc/ Registration @ https://utd.link/amcreg ($10 fee per student).

MAA has adjusted the competition dates:

Nov 10th, 2022 —- AMC 10/12 A (Registration deadline: Sunday, October 23, 2022) – We will email your test result out once we receive it from MAA.
Nov 16th, 2022 —- AMC 10/12 B (Registration deadline: Sunday, October 30, 2022) – We will email your test result out once we receive it from MAA.
Jan 17th, 2023 —— AMC 8 (Registration deadline: Sunday, December 18, 2022) – We will email your test result out once we receive it from MAA.

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