Parker to Lead Artificial Intelligence Research and Education Initiative at UT
Lynne Parker is returning to the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, after completing a four-year post as deputy United States chief technology officer and director of the National Artificial Intelligence Initiative Office within the White House.
Parker Named Fellow of the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence
“Artificial intelligence is already playing a role across many areas of society, and will only continue to grow in use and importance,” said Parker, who held the inaugural meeting of the National AI Advisory Committee on Thursday. “It is a deep honor to be selected to join the ranks of luminaries from around the world who have founded and made significant contributions to the field of AI.”