Tuesday, April 25 — 6:00pm - 8:00pm
135 Madison Avenue, 8th Floor
New York, NY 10016
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JOIN US for this informative, interactive workshop featuring guest presenter, Kathryn Hume (Director of Sales and Marketing at Fast Forward Labs, a leading machine intelligence research company), where we will explore the similarities and differences between AI, Machine Learning, NLP, and Deep Learning. Kathryn, who also teaches law school courses about how new technologies are transforming legal practice and ethics, and is an intellectual historian, will help attendees to get a handle on understanding these technologies, their underlying concepts, the latest research and developments, and their use cases.
Get a crystal clear understanding of the distinctions between these fast-developing branches of cognitive computing. Participate in thought-provoking discussions about how they might impact society. Participate in a group thought-experiment that will allow you to explore the problems scientists and technologists are trying to solve in these fields. And meet cool people from all walks of life who are just as curious about this topic as you are. You’ll also get to ask Kathryn (an expert in these fields) questions.
No technical or coding background required. This is a non-technical workshop meant for everyone: marketers, advertisers, developers, engineers, product managers, investors, data analysts, students, policy wonks — this is a free event and all are welcome!