Technology and business training company O’Reilly joins with Intel to announce the lineup of speakers for the 2018 Artificial Intelligence Conference they are co-hosting in New York City from April 29th to May 2nd. The conference delivers an in-depth look at important AI developments for the business sector, while focusing on practical implementations and applications.
Among the keynote speakers is Olga Russakovsky, assistant computer science professor at Princeton University. Recognized by the MIT Technology Review as one of their “35 under 35” innovators, her research focuses on computer vision integrated with human-computer interaction and machine learning.
Joining Russakovsky as keynote speakers are:
- Meihong Wang, Facebook
- Manuela Veloso, Carnegie Mellon University
- Thomas Reardon, CTRL-Labs
- Peter Norvig, Google
- Jennifer Marsman, Microsoft
- Ben Lorica, O’Reilly
- Julie Shin Choi, Intel
- Fiaz Mohamed, Intel
- Tim Kraska, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
- Kavya Kopparapu
- Zoubin Ghahramani, Uber and the University of Cambridge
- George Church, Harvard University
- Roger Chen, Computable Labs
- Mary Beth Ainsworth, SAS
New for this year’s event is the inaugural AI Business Summit, running for three days from April 30th to May 2nd. Offering informative sessions and detailed case studies, the event teaches how to mitigate risk and out-innovate competitors with practical knowledge and strategic AI business initiatives.
“We’re excited to once again partner with Intel to host the premier industry gathering for applied AI,” said O’Reilly chief data scientist and AI Conference chair Ben Lorica.