Deep Learning, AI Assistant Summits London feature DeepMind and much more, Sep 21-22 – KDnuggets Offer
The Deep Learning Summit London and the AI Assistant Summit London will be continuing the RE•WORK Global Summit Series this September 21 & 22. Early Bird discount is ending on July 28th. Register now to guarantee a spot at the Summit and use the discount code KDNUGGETS to save 20% on all tickets.
RE•WORK are excited to announce the attendance of the ‘world leader in artificial intelligence research and its application for positive impact’, Google DeepMind. At the Deep Learning Summit, both Irina Higgins and Jörg Bornschein, Research Scientists from DeepMind will be presenting their current work and the most current cutting-edge progressions in deep learning.
Irina’s aim at DeepMind is to bring together insights of machine learning and neuroscience to advance AI. In her talk, she will be focusing on automated discovery of early visual concepts from raw image data and how it’s a major open challenge in AI research. The unsupervised approach that Higgins is currently implementing to address this problem is learning disentangled representations of the underlying factors of variation. She will discuss how they are drawing on inspiration from neuroscience and show how this can be achieved in an unsupervised generative model. This can be done by applying the same learning pressures as have been suggested to act in the ventral visual stream in the brain.
Also confirmed to speak at the Deep Learning Summit is Andrew Tulloch, Research Engineer from Facebook who will be unpacking some of the complex deep learning methods Facebook are using to draw value from the huge amounts of data available to them. Previously, he has worked on the large scale event prediction models powering ads and News Feed ranking, the computer vision models powering image understanding, and many other machine learning projects. He will cover a multitude of areas including the tools and tricks that Facebook are implementing to optimise their advertising relevance, news feed and search ranking to computer vision, face recognition, and speech recognition. The machine learning and AI powered company run these models on a massive scale, computing trillions of predictions every day. A portion of Facebook’s libraries have been open-sourced, and the event will draw on some of these deep learning applications.
Additional confirmed speakers include:
- Shubho Sengupt, AI Research, Facebook AI Research (FAIR)
- Ed Newton-Rex, Founder & CEO, Jukedeck
- Christopher Bonnett, Senior Machine Learning Researcher, alpha-i
- Ankur Handa, Research Scientist, OpenAI
- Eli David, CTO, Deep Instinct
On this track, industry leaders will be exploring the next generation of predictive intelligence and showcase the advancing trends in AI assistants and their impact on business in society. Siri, Alexa, Cortana and Google Assistant may be known as ‘The Big Four’, but there are many other companies working on AI assistants, and there will be the opportunity to hear from industry experts, researchers, businesses and startups working to advance this technology in their field.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Alberto Chierici, Co-Founder, SPIXII
- Alex Fawcett, Principal Architect - Mobile and Bots, Sage
- Ludwig Konrad Bull, MD, Lawbot
- Alan Nichol, CTO & Co-Founder, Rasa
- Ken Yeung, Co-Founder, Clare.AI
Earlier this year at the Virtual Assistants Summit in San Francisco, we heard from Dennis Mortensen, CEO and Founder of x.ai, who sat down with us to talk about his current work. He spoke about how he began his work in VA to overcome a real-world problem he was facing. He explained that whilst 'no one wants to reply on VAs, you don’t want to have to do things such as setup your own meetings yourself. It’s time consuming and a waste of resources.' This annoyance for Mortensen was the catalyst to begin his work in VA. He spoke about his work in both supervised and unsupervised learning and the pros and cons of both methods to achieve the most effective VA.
Watch the interview here to see the topics that will be covered at AI Assistants Summit, London.
Both summits will focus on the cutting edge and emerging research in deep learning and virtual assistants, and will see presentations from academics, industry experts, startups, and businesses both researching around these advancements, and also implementing them in the workplace.
Is your company ready to use deep learning? Or could an AI assistant save you time and money?
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Don’t miss out on your 20% extra saving with discount code ‘KDNUGGETS’ and register for your place now. Sign up for the Deep Learning Summit here and the AI Assistant Summit here, or you can contact Nikita via email@example.com for more information.
Can’t make it to London?
Join us in Montreal or San Francisco as we continue the Global Deep Learning Summit Series:
- Montreal, October 10 & 11. Register now for Early Bird discount.
Track 1: Explore cutting edge science and research in deep learning. Track 2: Learn about business applications of deep learning.
- San Francisco, January 25 & 26. Register now for Early Bird Discount.
Deep Learning Summit, Deep Learning for Enterprise Summit, AI Assistant Summit.
View the full calendar of events here
To access the highlights of all RE•WORK events on demand, check out our Video Hub where you can hear from experts in Machine Intelligence, Autonomous Vehicles, and more AI topics from previous summits. If you’d like any more information on introductory membership email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To save 20% on all RE•WORK summits, use the discount code KDNUGGETS at checkout – this applies to all Super Early Bird, Early Bird, Standard & Startup summit passes.