Silicon Valley

Where are we with AI and ML so far: A Silicon Valley perspective

As Silicon Valley is the main cradle of the largest high-tech corporation, including Apple, it’s only fitting to have a Silicon Valley perspective on where we stand with digitalisation and emerging technologies like AI, machine learning and deep learning. Bhairav Mehta, Data Science Manager Apple gave a comprehensive overview of the latest developments and trends, but also covered important historical breakthroughs that lead to the current state of AI and ML.

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Business

Schibsted Media Group
Advance Analytics Business Data Science

Making data actionable in Schibsted Media Group

Being an international publishing company, the largest media group in Scandinavia and owning some of the largest newspapers in Sweden and Norway, on top of all operating classified business ads and media sites for over 20 countries, for Schibsted Media Group implies collecting a lot of data. But as it is, data is only valuable if you know how to analyse it and take action.

Tech

Jorge Davila­ Chacon
Machine Learning Tech

Data and AI Innovators – Jorge Davila­ Chacon

Jorge Davila­ Chacon discussed the RL application for debt collection at Data Innovation Summit 2017. But a time-lapse of almost 3 years is a lifetime in the machine learning world. This was the reason we invited Jorge to talk about recent developments in AI and ML, and particularly in reinforcement learning, not only from a technical side, but also from a social aspect of the adoption of these technologies.

Daniel Zakrisson
Machine Learning Tech

Data and AI Innovators – Daniel Zakrisson

Giving up ownership over their data even for collaboration for building machine learning models is what organisations fret about. Daniel Zakrisson talked about federated machine learning as a solution for this predicament at Data Innovation Summit 2019.

Gesture recognition
Machine Learning Tech

ML codes can open iron doors: Gesture recognition

Electronic access cards are nothing new – last century news. But what if you could open a door just by making a wrist with your phone. A group of very smart guys sat down and decided to find a way to take the experience of opening a door to the next level – and the perfect solution was to turn the phone into a key relying on gesture recognition.