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Stockholm.AI Summit #3
Tue 21 March 2017, 18:00 – 21:00 CET
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Stockholm’s meetup for applied: Machine Learning – Deep Learning Cognitive – Augmented Intelligence – Natural Language Processing – Neural Networks – Machine Ethics – etc …let’s call it AI for now.
Stockholm.AI is a community that brings startups, corporates and academics in the AI sphere together to understand the current state of the technology and what is in store for the near future. While some of our talks will take a technical deep dive, the forum is open to all those with a strong interest in the field.
(50 SEK of your ticket goes to the Stockholm.AI non-profit organization which is already up and running, making you a member - of course you can opt out - and giving you a discount for future meetups)
18:00 - 18:10 // Door Open: Grab a coffee/beer
18:10 - 20:00 Talks:
Anders Huss, Machine Learning Team Lead at Watty
“Deep learning in healthcare and biomedicine”
Mikael Huss, Researcher at Scilifelab, Stockholm university
”AI Startups & The Dancing Elephants”
Jillian Schwiep, Venture Fellow at Blue Yard Capital
Jillian Schwiep is a member of the Investment Team at BlueYard Capital, an early-stage venture capital firm based in Berlin. Jillian began her career in big data analysis, and most recently worked at a venture and private equity fund investment firm based in Boston, MA.
"Deep Learning beyond the lab”
Luka Crnkovic - Friis, Co-Founder Peltarion
Going from proof of concept to production ready system is at the best of times challenging. Through practical real-world examples this talk will highlight some of these challenges and discuss how they can be overcome.
Luka Crnkovic-Friis co-founded Peltarion in 2004 with the goal of taking academic AI theory and turning it into industrial-grade, usable practice. With more than a decade of work in neural networks and deep learning his passion is unlocking the possibilities of AI for everyone.
”The big take-outs from the Nordic AI Conference in Copenhagen”
Lisa Mallner, Project Manager for Nordic AI
Lisa is a startup community builder and the current head of Nordic.AI and Nordic Startup Bits.
“Bringing data science to the giants”
Pelle Sommansson, Principal at BCG Gamma, Boston Consulting Group’s data science function.
Pelle has a background as a co-founder of Strava and as Head of Product Development at Klarna. At BCG, Pelle and his team solve some of the hardest problems, for some of the largest companies in the world, using cutting edge techniques in Machine Learning and AI.
20:00 - 21:00 Mingling