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AI, Deep Learning, Machine Learning–Learn It or You’ll Become a Dinosaur (O’Reilly AI, NYC, Jun 26-29)


 
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Learn how to implement AI in real-world projects today and explore what the future holds for intelligence engineering at O'Reilly's AI Conference, NYC, June 26-29. Save extra 20% with code PCKDNG.



OReilly Artificial Intelligence Conference

AI is (finally) driving an explosion in intelligent software-bots, agents, voice and IoT interfaces. Learn how to implement AI in real-world projects today and explore what the future holds for intelligence engineering.

O'Reilly's Artificial Intelligence Conference is coming to New York June 26-29 and registration is now open.

This is a unique opportunity to join the brightest minds in applied AI:
  • Jana Eggers, CEO at Nara Logics working on AI solutions for enterprise
  • Douglas Eck, lead research scientist for the Magenta project at Google Brain
  • Rana el Kaliouby, co-founder and CEO of Affectiva, a pioneer in emotion AI, the next frontier of artificial intelligence
  • Richard Socher, chief scientist at Salesforce working on seamless, scalable AI system for customers
  • and many more

There is a growing need for information on applied AI, as opposed to the kind of research presented at academic conferences. The O'Reilly AI Conference is designed to fill that need with deeply practical sessions on how to implement and interact with AI, use cases, and best practices.

If you'd like to be a part of this, register soon. Early Price ends May 12, and space is limited. Save an extra 20% with code PCKDNG.

About O'Reilly:
Since 1978, O'Reilly Media has been a chronicler and catalyst of technology development, homing in on trends and spurring their adoption by disseminating cutting-edge information. Active in the technology community, O'Reilly has a long history of advocacy and evangelism, and founder and CEO Tim O'Reilly has been called "the Oracle of Silicon Valley" by Inc. Magazine and "The Trend Spotter" by WIRED.