Computer based systems capable of making decisions, even thinking, are streaming out of the realm of utopia - or dystopia - and into today’s worlds of business and science. What were recently just tantalising theories about machine learning and AI are erupting out of the world of academia, and being marketed - as-a-service, promising to make your home-grown applications smart.
Established vendors and fast-moving startups compete to deliver the most exciting artificial intelligence (AI) project, while ethical and economic issues that professionals have been mulling over for more than sixty years already are suddenly part of everyday debate.
Big data, ever-smarter algorithms, and ever more powerful and accessible hardware promises to the necessary tools to exploit machine-based intelligence into the hands of even the smallest organisation.
Now it’s time to get down to the nitty-gritty and learn how your project or business can benefit from AI and ML.
M³ brings together AI experts and other IT professionals over three days in October to help you get on the path to a more intelligent technological future.
Find out more on the conference website, here