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Genre: eLearning | Language: English
Artificial Intelligence (AI) New York 2018 provided conference attendees with an unsurpassed opportunity to learn about the latest breakthroughs in AI. Laser focused on AI business development, the conference offered presentations by many of the world's top AI practitioners, including industry leaders such as Xerox PARC CEO Tolga Kurtoglu, Intuit CDO Ashok, FICO Chief Analytics Officer Scott Zoldi, IBM AI VP Al Dario Gil, and more. If there was just one take away from AI-New York 2018, it's this: AI will have an enormous impact on your business—don’t get left behind.
This video compilation gives you unfettered access to each of the conference's sessions, keynotes, and tutorials. Highlights include:
Keynote speeches from AI visionaries like Harvard University Professor George Church (i.e., his reveal of hybrid bio-opto-electronic artificial computational platforms) and other pioneers in the field, such as Manuela Veloso (Carnegie Mellon University), Olga Russakovsky (Princeton University), Peter Norvig (Google), Julie Shin Choi (Intel AI), and Thomas Reardon (CTRL-Labs).
The AI Business Summit—tutorials and executive briefings specifically designed for executives, business leaders, and strategists, including David Kiron (MIT Sloan Management Review) on the leaders and laggards in AI adoption; Ryan Kottenstette (Cape Analytics) on AI's transformation of traditional industries like property insurance and agriculture; and Shane Lewin's (Microsoft) on the processes and pitfalls of AI product development.
Sessions on how to implement AI, including the Amy Unruh (Google) TensorFlow tutorial; the Ashwin Vijayakumar (Intel) tutorial on the Movidius Neural Compute Stick; Yacin Nadji's (Georgia Institute of Technology) session on how to adversarially evaluate machine learning systems; and Danielle Dean's (Microsoft) talk on building AI applications backed by a Kubernetes cluster.
Sessions on the models and methods of AI, including Zoubin Ghahramani's (Uber) deep dive into probabilistic machine learning; Ameet Talwalkar's (Determined AI) exploration of scalable deep learning; Taniya Mishra (Affectiva) on AI emotion detection software; and Gerard de Melo (Rutgers University) on deep sentiment analysis techniques.
Sessions on AI in the enterprise, including Kristian Hammond's (Narrative Science) step-by-step tutorial on how to launch AI into your company and Kathryn Hume's (integrate.ai) advisory on how to build an AI-first enterprise culture.
Sessions covering the impact of AI on business and society, including the John Sumser (TwoColorHat) talk on the ethical issues of using AI for human resource functions; and the Paul Nemitz (European Commission on Strategic Justice) session on encoding the basic rules of democracy, human rights, and the rule of law into AI programs.
Sessions on the ways people interact with AI, including talks on incorporating AI into cyberthreat detection; AI-powered customer service agents; and the uses of cognitive IoT in eldercare.