The power of AI goes beyond just robots.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is the current buzzword, not only in tech circles, but the world beyond that as well. Advances in machine learning (ML) and computing power have unlocked an entire gamut of AI applications which can help solve some of the most pressing problems that we are currently facing, be it easing our daily commute, or helping eradicate hunger among the masses.
From healthcare, to education and transport or any other sector - AI has a very important role to play in the near future, and has helped people make ground-breaking discoveries in various fields. Gaurav Goswami, AI and ML expert at IBM, will elaborate on the full scope of what can be accomplished with the power of AI, as part of a masterclass during TechSparks 2017, India’s most anticipated tech and entrepreneurship summit.
With extensive experience in the areas of artificial intelligence, machine learning, deep learning, computer vision, pattern recognition, and biometrics, Gaurav has worked on a variety of research problems. Ranging from proposing novel deep learning architectures for feature learning to creating face recognition captchas, and attacking deep neural network-based face recognition system, Gaurav is all for applying AI for a healthier future of the planet.
The session will take place on September 22, 2017, at the Harmony Hall in Vivanta by Taj, Yeshwanthpur. Gaurav will talk about how AI and ML are being applied to solve real world problems and brief the audience about IBM Watson services and APIs that can aid in creating a solution for unique use case without needing to develop everything from scratch. He will also focus on a few use cases to demonstrate how one can use these APIs as building blocks to create an end-to-end solution.
So, if you’re looking to learn more about AI and how it can help propel your business into the big league, you must attend this session at TechSparks 2017 and be a part of the action!
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