TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20TH | 9AM-4PM EST | VIRTUAL EVENT
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are two of the most impactful trends in business today. Did you know that 83% of businesses say AI is a strategic priority for their businesses?
Don’t miss 2020’s most anticipated AI/ML virtual event. Join us at TECHTalks: Leading the AI/ML Revolution to break down the most challenging questions and obstacles that come with learning, adopting, and embracing Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.
Featuring some of the world’s most informative, influential, and inspiring AI/ML experts, we’ll bridge the gap between the idea and the reality of putting AI/ML to work.
You can now watch TECHTalks any time and anywhere! Get access to the full video library from the event here.
Learn the latest AI/ML topics, tools, and trends from some of the best and brightest minds in the field. Learn how to:
Using AI/ML technologies.
Anyone invested in learning more about how Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning is enabling innovation and transformation in their local community. TECHTalks is a great educational and networking opportunity for senior executives, CIO’s, CTO’s, cloud architects, industry experts and even students interested in learning more about these new innovative ideas.
If you’re looking to grow your business and surpass your competition, the time to get on board with AI/ML is now.
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Janelle Shane’s AI humor blog, AIweirdness.com, looks at the strange side of artificial intelligence. She has been featured in the New York Times, The Atlantic, WIRED, Popular Science, All Things Considered, and Slate. In 2019 she was named one of Fast Company’s 100 most creative people in business. Her soon-to-be-released TED talk is a funny and insightful look at the nature of machine learning algorithms. Her upcoming book You Look Like a Thing and I Love You: How AI Works and Why It’s Making the World a Weirder Place uses cartoons and humorous pop-culture experiments to look inside the minds of the algorithms that run our world, making artificial intelligence and machine learning accessible and entertaining.
Melanie Shapiro is the CEO and co-founder of Token, the first universal identity network that unifies the way you access the world and eliminates the everyday hassle of keys, cards, passwords, and IDs. With a PhD in Consumer Behavior, she has spent her career building intuitive experiences that make complicated technologies like cryptography and blockchains widely accessible. With her work in the identity space, Melanie has become an advocate for personal freedom, speaking at TED2018, the United Nations, and other global forums on the important connection between personal freedom and identity ownership. Prior to Token, Melanie co-founded Digsby, a messaging platform for managing online social identities, which was acquired in 2011.
In 2014 Andy and Team founded Othot– an AI-driven Predictive and Prescriptive Analytics company that helps organizations predict, understand and change the future. Othot deploys a proprietary machine learning process and leverages state of the art data mining and analytics tools to develop and sustain “Explainable AI” programs for institutions of higher education clients. Andy is also a Senior Advisor and Faculty member of the International Institute of Analytics – the leading research and advisory organization in the field of data analytics.
Since 2014 Andy has been an Adjunct Professor of Entrepreneurship and Analytics and an Executive-In-Residence at Pitt Business.
Markus J. Buehler is the McAfee Professor of Engineering at MIT, Department Head of Civil and Environmental Engineering at MIT, and directs MIT’s Laboratory for Atomistic and Molecular Mechanics (LAMM). Since 2019, he services as the President of the Society of Engineering Science. Buehler’s research focuses on how protein materials define our bodies, and how they can fail catastrophically due to fracture or disease. His work has shown how biological materials achieve extraordinary mechanical properties through a multiscale hierarchy, rather than through the diversity of the underlying building blocks, and has designed lighter, stronger and more durable materials.
Tracy Robertson currently serves as Kimberly-Clark Professional’s Global Vice President of Customer Experience. In this role, Tracy is responsible for all aspects of customer experience, digital dexterity and sales effectiveness to ensure the delivery of a high-quality, end-to-end experience across the entire customer journey. Prior to joining KCP, Tracy spent 10 years at GE in various global commercial leadership roles. Called upon to manage change, Tracy has delivered measurable results by comprehensively analyzing products, marketing, communications, and sales programs and then implementing continuous improvement, training, and culture initiatives in global, highly-matrixed organizations.
With over 20 years of experience in enterprise IT, Bob has a reputation for successfully enabling enterprises with cutting edge applications and technology solutions. He was a founding member of PAETEC. In his role as Executive Vice President and CIO he led a team of 450 professionals in Information Technology, Engineering, Network Services, and Customer Service Delivery. He most recently served Windstream Communications as Senior Vice President of Applications and Development.
Peter Haas is the Associate Director of the Brown University Humanity Centered Robotics Initiative where he helps in research on AR, VR and MR interfaces for robots, MR shared mental models with robots, social robotics for the elderly, UAV autonomy, Moral norms in AI, and some peripheral pick and place and motion planning work. He was the Co-Founder and COO of XactSense, a UAV manufacturer working on LIDAR mapping. Prior to XactSense, Peter founded AIDG – a small hardware enterprise accelerator in Haiti and Guatemala. Peter has received both TED and Echoing Green fellowships. He has been a speaker at TED Global, The World Bank, Harvard University and other venues. He holds a Philosophy B.A. from Yale.
With over 20 years of experience in IT, Research, and Cloud Computing, Scott bring a passion for innovation, architecture, and emerging patterns. As Vice President of Cloud Solutions, he leads EagleDream’s cloud consulting services, spanning application development, security and operations. He is one of 30 APN Ambassadors in North America.
As leader of the Cloud practice at EagleDream Technologies, Scott brings a drive for discovery of the latest developments in Cloud Computing and a willingness to share his knowledge and original thinking with clients and co-workers.
Mike Miller leads the AWS AI Devices team, who brought AWS DeepLens, AWS DeepRacer, and AWS DeepComposer to developers worldwide, helping aspiring machine learning developers get hands-on learning with the latest machine learning technologies.
Mike has been with Amazon for seven years, and prior to joining Amazon Web Services, he led product management for the Fire TV at Lab126.