AI Houston Institute of Rice University, in collaboration with NASA, is gathering experts from industry and academia who are working on the application of Artificial Intelligence in solving some of the most complex challenges facing the Space industry from multiple dimensions, starting with the design, operation, and maintenance of reusable spacecraft, to the impact of long-tenure space journey on the health of astronauts, the impact of microgravity on scientific experiments, and the impact of satellites on communication, defense, weather forecast and sustainability. This program will be a 2-day workshop covering the latest advances in AI – theory and practice and their applicability in CORE Space (covering the Spacecraft, ORION, Mars Rover, Moon Base, Space habitat, and other space-travel related areas) and Extended Space (covering the use of satellites for various applications, such as Communications, Defense, Climate Prediction, Sustainability, etc.). There are several well-renowned speakers and panelists lined up from NASA, startups, industry, and academia. This workshop is intended for a gathering of technology and business leaders from the Space Industry and the startup community.
Enter 4111 Fannin Street into your GPS for directions directly to this parking garage, located a block from the Ion. Parking in the Ion District Garage is free for the first two hours.
Red Parking Lot
Enter 4203 Fannin Street into your GPS for directions directly to the red parking lot, located across the street from the Ion. This lot is for overflow guest parking and tenant parking and is free for the first three hours.
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