Dtec Forum | AI and Machine Learning
26 Sep
26 September 2017 - 26 September 2017

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Dtec Forum | AI and Machine Learning

Join us on Tuesday 26th September from 6pm – 9pm for the Dtec Forum: AI and Machine Learning

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning stand to re-shape the future of digital transformation technology.  They are already playing a role in our everyday life through applications including intelligent assistants such as Siri and customer service chatbots and are driving developments in areas such as autonomous vehicles, smart home products and purchase predictions.

What does the future of AI and machine learning.  How will it affect our lives and what are its economic consequences?  How, as a business can you use Data and AI to your benefit.  These and other questions will be explored at this quarter’s Dtec Forum.

SPEAKERS:

THE ECONOMONIC CONSEQUENCES OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, Sanjay Modak, Visiting Professor of Economics; RIT University

Rami Sarieddine, Sr. Technical Evangelist, Cloud; Microsoft

PANEL SESSION: AI AND MACHINE LEARNING: A UTOPIAN OR DISTOPIAN FUTURE?

Plus more speakers to be added

MC and event host, Tariq Qureishy, CEO MAD Talks

To participate in this event please visit: http://bit.ly/2wDp0RP

Location: Dubai Technology Entrepreneur Centre, Dubai Silicon Oasis

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