The Big Data & AI Leaders Summit Singapore 2018 is a unique 2 day event to learn from and network with 100 AI innovators, robotics scientists, machine learning forerunners, data strategists and business leaders. Confirmed speakers include: James Hetherington, Director, Research Engineering, The Alan Turing Institute Shameek Kundu, Chief Data Officer, Standard Chartered Bank Meri Rosich, CDO, VP & Head of Data Science, Asia Pacific, Visa Mohammad Shokoohi-Yekta, Senior Data Scientist, Apple Rekha Thakur, Manager, Data Engineering, Netflix Rachna Dhand, Senior Data Scientist, Cybernetics, BHP Raul Abreu, Head of Conversational Artificial Intelligence, HSBC Satish Shankar, Data & AI Lead, Manulife Erik Cambria, Associate Professor & AI's 10 to Watch 2018, Nanyang Technological University Whether your goal is to improve ROI on data projects, solve business problems with AI implementations, use data to improve workplace productivity, or enhance career skills, this year's agenda will help you succeed. Agenda highlights include: Decision Intelligence Powered up by AI Technologies Adoption of Big Data and Machine Learning in CORE Business Processes Research Engineering at the Alan Turing Institute Sentic Computing: Symbolic and Subsymbolic AI for Sentiment Analysis When AI Meets Game Theory Digital Twin based on Reliability on Equipment Failure with Machine Learning Building Secure Supercomputing Platforms for Handling Sensitive Data Seats are limited to ensure attendees get the full benefit of an intimate and interactive experience. Register now at Early Bird price. For more information, please email Allan Ma on [email protected]
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