Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation

AI Ask Me Anything with Albert Wang

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June 18 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Join us for a LinkedIn Live AI Ask Me Anything (AMA) featuring Albert Wang – Head of Game AI Research @ Riot Games!

In our third AMA, Albert will delve into the complexities of AI, providing his unique perspective and responding to your questions in real-time. Whether it’s about the latest innovations or everyday uses, bring any and all AI-related questions!

Presented by WARF, UW-Madison CDIS, UW-Madison DSI and the AI Agent Innovation Group, this LinkedIn Live event will field questions through the Q&A comment section.

Additionally, all questions and answers will be provided on LinkedIn (transcribed by Otter.ai) after the event and will be housed in the AI Agent Innovation group.

Can’t make the event but still want to participate? No problem! Email Lesli ([email protected]) or message Lesli on LinkedIn to submit your questions ahead of time, and we’ll make sure to provide you with Albert’s responses after the event.

*Speakers’ opinions and views are their own and not representative of their employers’ positions/policies.
Albert Wang is the Head of Game AI Research at Riot Games. His principal areas of research are in multi-agent reinforcement learning under human-level constraints, game theory, (and previously image / video compression / transform coding).

Prior to starting the AI research lab at Riot, Albert was a serial entrepreneur with successful exits to Microsoft and Riot, and was CEO of an enterprise software company building software-as-a-service applications for Fortune 500 companies. He also serves as an advisor to startups as well as to an AI focused venture capital fund.

Albert is a lifelong programmer and gamer, and was formerly a #1 ranked Master’s level player in StarCraft 2. Outside of AI and gaming, he enjoys reading about physics and playing classical piano. Albert holds a BS and MS in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University.

About Riot Games:
Riot Games develops Valorant, Teamfight Tactics, and League of Legends, the most played PC game in the world. Riot also runs the League of Legends World Championship, which is the most widely viewed esports tournament and is among the largest and most popular gaming and sporting events in the world.


June 18
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm