Curious about AI? Join us April 11th for an AI and Future Technical Communication Presentation!

Curious about AI? Join us April 11th for an AI and Future Technical Communication Presentation!

Join us on Thursday, April 11 from 6:30-8:30pm for our presentation about AI and Future Technical Communication with Dr. Christopher Wiese! 

This is a perfect chance to ask an expert your burning questions about AI and its impact on our profession! I highly recommend joining us for this one if you are able.

Please click here and RSVP for our AI presentation!

Come prepared with your questions about AI. This presentation will not only benefit early-career technical communicators but those with experience as well. It’s always a good idea to gain insight into new and emerging technology, you never know what the future holds.


We are planning the following agenda for the event:

  • 6:30 pm – Networking
  • 7:00 pm – Welcome, announcements, and introduction of presenter
  • 8:00pm – Open Q&A with the presenter
  • 8:30pm – Closing

Meeting Payments

We are charging the following rates for this educational program:

  • Free for student members
  • $5 for STC Florida Chapter Members 
  • $15 for all other attendees

Please RSVP and send your meeting payment through PayPal to receive the Zoom details for this meeting.

Meet the Presenter:

Dr. Christopher Wiese

Dr. Christopher Wiese is an Assistant Professor of Industrial-Organizational Psychology at the Georgia Tech. He received a B.S. in Psychology and Management as well as a Ph.D. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from the University of Central Florida (2015) working with Drs. Eduardo Salas, C. Shawn Burke, and Kimberly Smith-Jentsch. After completing his Ph.D., he was a post-doctoral fellow with a joint appointment at Purdue University and The University of Pennsylvania collaborating with Drs. Louis Tay and Angela Duckworth. He joined the Georgia Tech faculty in 2018.

His current research includes Improving Mental Health Care, with the Help of an AI Teammate, funded by a $2,000,000 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF). An interdisciplinary team of investigators at Georgia Tech, Emory University, and Penn State are developing an interactive AI system that can provide key insights and feedback to help professionals improve and provide higher quality care while satisfying the increasing demand for highly trained, effective mental health professionals.

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