This discussion will focus on Fargo’s burgeoning artificial intelligence (AI) technology, research, networking groups and new startups, highlighting Scott Meyer’s new firm, Chipp.ai, which helps AI developers monetize their products. Viewers will learn what Chipp.ai does in depth, and how the venture enables other developers in the generative AI space, as well as an update about Chipp.ai’s recent round of seed funding.
Scott Meyer is an entrepreneur, educator, writer, dad, husband, and runner based in Fargo, ND. He is the founder of co-founder and CEO of Chipp.AI, the easiest payment solution for generative AI developers, unlocking pay-for-use by copying a single line of code.
The moderator of this session is Jeremy Straub, Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science at NDSU and a Senior Faculty Fellow at NDSU’s Challey Institute. Jeremy’s research spans a continuum from autonomous technology development to technology commercialization to asking questions of technology use ethics, and national and international policy. Prof. Straub has published more than 60 articles in academic journals and more than 100 peer-reviewed conference papers. He serves on multiple editorial boards and conference committees. Prof. Straub is also the lead inventor on two U.S. patents and a member of multiple technical societies.
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Annual Meeting Agenda.12.14.22.pdf