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Train AI 2017 is about what takes 90% of Data Scientist work, May 17, San Francisco, KDnuggets Offer


Train AI comes to San Francisco on May 17, 2017, and focuses on everything except the algorithm - the training data and feature selection and deployment issues that end up being 90% of the work. KDnuggets readers get 30% off registration with code KDAI30.



Dear AI Aficionado,

I've been going to artificial intelligence conferences for a long time, and there are more and more every year. Most are focused in some way on the algorithms that power artificial intelligence. Train AI focuses on everything except the algorithm - the training data and feature selection and deployment issues that end up being 90% of the work. This 1-day event is by and for people that actually want to use artificial intelligence to tackle problems in the real world.

As someone in the data science community, CrowdFlower believes you’ll find Train AI to be one of the most valuable programs you will attend all year. So much so, we are offering 30% off current registration for you!

Use discount code: KDAI30

View the full Train AI Agenda.

Speakers Include:
Donna Romer, VP Product, IBM Watson
Anthony Goldbloom, Co-Founder & CEO, Kaggle
Peter Norvig, Director of Research, Google
Richard Socher, Chief Scientist, Salesforce
Xuedong Huang, Technical Fellow, AI & Research, Microsoft
Alyssa Simpson, Product Management Director, IBM
Barney Pell, PhD , Pioneer, Entrepreneur, Investor
Dan Ruderman, PhD , Professor of Research Medicine, USC Center for Applied Molecular Medicine
Heidi Young, VP of Engineering, Ozlo
James Cham, Partner, Bloomberg Beta
James Rubinstein, ‎Director, Global Product Testing, Lexis Nexis
Maran Nelson, Co-Founder & CEO, Clara Labs
Monica Rogati, Data Science Advisor
Pete Warden, Staff Research Engineer, Google
Robert Munro, Principal Product Manager, Amazon AI
Ryan Keiser, Head of Machine Learning, Descartes Labs
Sanjay Sood, ‎VP, Highly Automated Driving (HAD), Here.com
Scott Prevost, VP Engineering, Search Adobe
Shivon Zilis, Partner, Bloomberg Beta
Sid Dixit, Director, Product Program Management, Planet Labs
Toby Segaran, Sr. Engineering Manager, Reddit

Train AI is produced by CrowdFlower, the essential human-in-the-loop AI platform for data science teams. CrowdFlower helps customers generate high quality customized training data for their machine learning initiatives, or automate a business process with easy-to-deploy models and integrated human-in-the-loop workflows.

I hope to see you in May.

-Lukas

Lukas Biewald, Founder and Chief Data Scientist, CrowdFlower