The 3rd Edition of Raspberry PI Jam on Robotics and AI organised by MaltaPI and this year supported by GDGMalta. The event is free and open for children and adults.
The event is also open to anyone who wants to exhibit and bring along their own creations - we welcome all makers (it doesn't have to use a RasPi to be eligible - Arduinos, Microbit, PIX and other controllers welcome!). If you are interested in exhibiting a project, please contact us through Facebook or the contact link below.
Saturday 9th March from 15:00 - 20:00
Talks held on Sunday
15:00 Introduction to Raspberry Pi - Speaker: Klaus Conrad
15:30 Virtual Reality and AI - Speaker: Luca Bondin
16:00 Vision and Artificial Intelligence - Speaker: Mark Bugeja
16:30 Introduction to the BBC Microbit - Speaker: Klaus Conrad
17:00 Robotics and AI - Speaker: Fooad Haddod
18:00 VR Meets AI (Student Project) - Speaker: Natalia Mallia
18:30 Retro Gaming with the Raspberry Pi - Speaker: Maurizio Banavage
19:00 History of Artificial Intelligence - Speaker: Alexiei Dingli
Sunday 10th March from 10:00 - 19:00
Talks held on Sunday
10:00 Introduction to Raspberry Pi - Speaker: Klaus Conrad
10:30 Introduction to Microbit - Speaker: Klaus Conrad
11:00 Virtual Reality and AI - Speaker: Luca Bondin
12:00 Unless everyone is at lunch: A SenseHat Workshop :)!
14:00 Robotics and AI - Speaker: Fooad Haddod
15:00 VR Meets AI (Student Project) - Speaker: Natalia Mallia
16:00 History of Artificial Intelligence - Speaker: Alexiei Dingli
16:30 Using Octoprint to control a 3D printer - Speaker: Mr Klaus Conrad
17:00 Turning a dumb appliance into a smart IOT device - Speaker: Mr Conrad Vassallo
18:00 Vision and Artificial Intelligence - Speaker: Mark Bugeja
All children are welcome - we recommend ages 5+ will get the most enjoyment from the venue. However parents are advised that children are not to be left unsupervised, and under NO CIRCUMSTANCE are children to be dropped off and left alone with parents sneaking off to a quick lunch or coffee. We are not responsible for any children left unsupervised on premises, and if we find children left unattended we will contact the authorities to track down the parents immediately.
HEALTH & SAFETY:
We will have first aid on site, but there may be a lot of flashing lights. If you suffer from epilepsy or seizures, please be advised of this, and let us know so we can tell you what is safe and what might not be.
PLEASE VISIT www.facebook.com/MaltaPiJam for the latest updates and event news.
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