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Wednesday, March 8 • 5:10pm - 6:00pm
The Real Future of AI Panel

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Our conference is built by the full-stack AI people -- those who can both build it and define its future. Hear what it will be like, when built.

Moderators
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Alexy Khrabrov

Chief Scientist and Founder, By the Bay

Speakers
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Lukas Biewald

Founder & Chief Data Scientist, CrowdFlower
Lukas Biewald: CEO/Co-founder of CrowdFlower. He has worked as a Senior Scientist and Manager within the Ranking and Management Team at Powerset, Inc., a natural language search technology company later acquired by Microsoft, and also led the Search Relevance Team for Yahoo! Japan... Read More →
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Shubha Nabar

Senior Director, Data Science, Salesforce Einstein
Shubha Nabar is a senior director of data science at Salesforce Einstein, where she and her team enable the hundreds of thousands of Salesforce-driven businesses to make smarter decisions by providing advanced AI capabilities through the Salesforce platform. She has 8 years of experience... Read More →
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Peter Norvig

Director of Research, Google
Peter Norvig is a Director of Research at Google Inc. Previously he was head of Google's core search algorithms group, and of NASA Ames's Computational Sciences Division, making him NASA's senior computer scientist. He received the NASA Exceptional Achievement Award in 2001. He has... Read More →
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Stuart Russell

Professor of Computer Science, UC Berkeley
Stuart Russell works on fundamental problems in AI including theoretical foundations of rationality, the interaction of knowledge and learning, the unification of logic and probability, planning under uncertainty, and decision making over long time scales. In collaboration with UCSF... Read More →
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Lyle Ungar

Professor, University of Pennsylvania
Prof. Ungar's research group at UPenn develops scalable machine learning and text mining methods, including clustering, feature selection, and semi-supervised and multi-task learning for natural language, psychology, and medical research. Example projects include spectral learning... Read More →


Wednesday March 8, 2017 5:10pm - 6:00pm
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Attendees (9)