The O'Reilly Artificial Intelligence Conference provided compelling evidence that 2016 is the year artificial intelligence moved from the province of university labs to being a critical part of the software developer's toolkit and a focus for mainstream companies.
Whether you’re a data scientist or software engineer looking to keep up with the latest developments; a CO in analytics, data, information, innovation or technology investigating AI trends; or a VC or corporate strategist evaluating new business opportunities, you'll find new information and insight in these videos. The compilation includes all keynotes and sessions.
Watch rapid-fire keynotes from Intel’s Genevieve Bell on the meaning of intelligence within the context of machines; O’Reilly’s founder Tim O’Reilly on the reasons why society must not fear artificial intelligence; Microsoft’s Lily Cheng on the success of Xiaoice, the company’s Chinese AI-driven chatbot); and many other visionaries.
Conference sessions include: Automated Insights’ Robbie Allen on the future of natural language generation over the next 10 years; Intel’s Vin Sharma on the company’s investment in open AI solutions for the autonomous driving, healthcare, and financial services industries; UC Berkeley’s Pieter Abbeel on reinforcement learning in robotics; Preferred Networks’ Shohei Hido on a Python framework for complex neural networks; Google’s Martin Wicke on the TensorFlow-based APIs that will democratize machine learning; and Cortical.io’s Francisco Webber on semantic folding, an alternative to the big data machine learning approach to AI.
O'Reilly Artificial Intelligence Conference