#1292800: Our signature event on artificial intelligence and business leadership
Machines we can trust, data we can trust, results we can trust. The most talked about issues in AI today: deepfakes, bias, explainability, privacy, all have trust as a common denominator.
MIT Technology Review returns to the West Coast for its signature conference on artificial intelligence, hosting leaders from academia, enterprise, and government as we examine amazing advances in AI and explore the most pressing AI adoption issues of today.
This year's program provides practical, technical and ethical guidance on deploying AI now. We are moving the conversation beyond "What are the opportunities and threats of AI?" to "How do we improve our lives and businesses with AI – technically, legally and ethically?"
Past guests have included leaders such as Andrew Ng, Chief Scientist of Baidu, Fei-Fei Li, Chief AI Scientist at Google Cloud, Rohit Prasad, Head Scientist, Alexa AI at Amazon and Harry Shum, Executive Vice President, Artificial Intelligence and Research Group, Microsoft.
New for 2020 is the AI Strategy Studio, a pre-conference insight session where attendees can learn from leading organizations about how they have integrated AI into their processes, products, and services. Additional registration required.
|Date added||Dec. 20, 2019, 8:30 p.m.|
|Venue||The Ritz-Carlton San Francisco, CA, March 23, 2020, midnight - March 25, 2020, midnight|