SSV Future Programs

The public is welcome to our meetings. The meetings take place at Westminster Canterbury of the Blue Ridge, the Rotunda Room, 250 Pantops Mountain Road, Charlottesville, Virginia. They are on the second Wednesday of the month from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. There is no charge, although we suggest you join our group that has been in existence for 25 years. The membership dues are only $20 for a year and can be paid online on the ‘Join SSV’ page. Your dues will help us continue to deliver top quality presentations. If you have questions, please email info@seniorstatesmen.org. Click the tab above to see samples of our newsletter.

Westminster-Canterbury of the Blue Ridge – Directions

Turn onto Pantops Mountain Road from Route 250 (Richmond Road). Tell the attendant at the gatehouse you are attending the Senior Statesmen program. After passing through the gatehouse checkpoint, turn left and then right onto Bishops Ridge Drive. Park in the “Catered Living” lot. Enter the building and go right following signs to the Rotunda Room.  SSV registration is at the Rotunda Room.


Future Program:

Wednesday, April 10 at 1:30 p.m.

Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Benefits and Problems

How does Artificial Intelligence (AI) affect you on a daily basis?

Our speaker will be Philip E. Bourne who is the founding dean of the School of Data Science, the newest and 12th School to be formed in the University’s 200 year history

AI is technology that enables computers and machines to simulate human intelligence and problem-solving capabilities. AI is neither good nor bad. It is a tool that can be used for both beneficial and harmful purposes, depending on how it is developed and used.

The program will be moderated by SSV Board Member Sue Friedman.

Past Programs

Past programs are arranged in inverse chronological order.  Speaker bios and links to videos and podcasts are given, with a program summary written by SSV board member Bonnie Brewer.

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