Deep Learning Summit
24-25 January 2019, San Francisco, US
RE•WORK is returning to San Francisco to host the World's Largest Deep Learning Summit on January 24-25.
The summit will bring together a mix of industry, academia and startups to explore the latest advancements in deep learning and how technology is being applied to solve challenges in business and society.
The speaker line-up features global deep learning experts including:
- Ian Goodfellow, Staff Research Scientist, Google Brain
- Sergey Levine, Assistant Professor, UC Berkeley
- Chelsea Finn, Research Scientist, Google Brain
- Ilya Sutskever, Co-Founder & Research Director, OpenAI
- Cathy Pearl, Head of Conversation Design Outreach, Google
What’s new for 2019?
The summit will feature 3 tracks; a Technical Presentation track, an AI Assistant track, and a full 2-days of extensive workshops offering a variety of interactive sessions exploring practical applications of AI, as well as case studies and business insights. Sessions will include AI and the Future Workforce, CxO Discussions, AI & Environmental Sustainability, Ethics & AI, Breaking Through Challenges in Industry, and Investing in AI.
Whether you have a strong technical background or you are deciding if machine learning is the right investment for your organisation, the wide range of sessions taking place across the workshop track will provide fresh insights and, perhaps, offer new perspectives. You can expect to hear from leading minds from organisations including Twitter, AI4ALL, McGill University, and more. Find out more on what to expect here.
Tickets have sold out every year since the inaugural 2015 edition, and so secure your Early Bird Pass now.