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A computer vision company called Orbeus has just launched a photo gallery replacement app for iOS users, PhotoTime, which uses image and facial recognition technologies to allow users to search for photos based on who’s in them, what the photo is of, or where it was taken.
Deep learning and artificial intelligence are continuing to gain traction as enterprises and businesses are starting to realize the value of these technologies. The expanded audience for the conference demonstrated this momentum, with attendees from the likes of Google, Baidu, Twitter, Pinterest and many other tech and business giants.
Ian Goodfellow is a Senior Research Scientist on the Google Brain team. He studies new methods for improving neural networks. Recent publications include: Adversarial Autoencoders; Net2Net: Accelerating Learning via Knowledge Transfer; and Explaining and Harnessing Adversarial Examples.
If you ask, Alexa can tell you a joke and Siri will recite a haiku. Jibo will do that, and more: the new home robot can sense when you’re feeling down and try to make you smile. At 11 inches tall and about three pounds, Jibo isn’t much bigger than a vase of flowers. Cynthia Breazeal, a social robotics expert at MIT, designed the $749 bot to exhibit something approaching empathy.
For about a decade, brain scientists like Charles Cadieu have run image recognition tests pitting computers against monkeys. The test measures how well monkeys can quickly process images on a screen, and then compares it to the performance of a machine. Cadieu calls this the “neural substrate that makes recognition possible.”
Quoc Le, Research Scientist at Google was listed in MIT Technology Review's '35 innovators under 35 2014'. He decided age 14 that humanity would be helped most by a machine smart enough to be an inventor in its own right—an idea that remains only a dream. But it set Le on a path toward pioneering an approach to AI that could let software understand the world more the way humans do.
Clarifai is offering a service that uses deep learning to understand video. The company says its software can rapidly analyze video clips to recognize 10,000 different objects or types of scene. The technology can be used for things like matching ads to content in online videos.
EyeEm, the social photo-sharing community and marketplace, has unveiled a clever new technology that lets photographers upload their images and run them through an algorithm for instant keywording and aesthetic ranking.
Andrew Ng is a leading voice in “deep learning,” a branch of artificial intelligence in which scientists try to get computers to “learn” for themselves by processing massive amounts of data. He was part of a team that in 2012 famously taught a network of computers to recognize cats after being shown millions of photos.
Discover advances in deep learning and smart artificial intelligence from the world's leading innovators. Learn from the industry experts in speech & image recognition, neural networks and big data. Explore how deep learning will impact communications, manufacturing, healthcare & transportation.
The summit will showcase the opportunities of advancing trends in deep learning and their impact on business & society. Will smart artificial intelligence finally rival human intelligence? Learn the latest technological advancements & industry trends from a global line-up of experts.
A unique opportunity to interact with business leaders, influential technologists, data scientists & entrepreneurs leading the deep learning revolution. Learn from & connect with 200+ industry innovators sharing best practices to advance the smart artificial intelligence revolution.
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"Excellent event. Good combination of highly technical and broader presentation that gave me a good understanding of the current state and potential of the Deep Learning" RE•WORK Deep Learning Summit San Fran 2015
Director of IoT Market Strategy, Xively
"'I’ve been to countless IoT events, and this was hands down one of the most interesting. It was nice to see actual people building actual connected products giving their perspective." RE•WORK IoT Summit Boston 2015
Future & Emerging Technologies Unit
"RE•WORK provided a unique mix of technology, from the exploration of latest scientific findings to startups that can make them a reality" RE•WORK Technology Summit London 2014
21 February 2017, London
Leading minds in machine intelligence will come together for an evening of networking and keynote presentations. Join us for a three course meal to support women in AI and Machine Intelligence.
28 February 2017, London
The Deep Learning in Healthcare Summit will explore recent breakthroughs in technical advancements and healthcare applications, from algorithms that learn to recognise complex patterns within rich medical data, to analysing real world evidence for personalised medicine, to discovering the sequence specificities of DNA- binding proteins and how it can aid genome diagnostics.
23 March 2017, San Francisco
The Machine Intelligence in Autonomous Vehicles Summit brings together leading industry players, exciting new startups and breakthrough technological research to create safer, smarter and more efficient transport. The event will showcase the next generation of connected vehicles, powered by the internet of things, artificial intelligence, connected devices, sensors, virtual assistants, wearables and predictive intelligence.