Whether you call it machine learning or artificial intelligence, algorithms are becoming as important a building block as transistors were in the early days of the silicon revolution. But they are hungry components, which need data.
We will be bringing together leading experts and practitioners to share their visions of how AI will change the way we design products and think about data. This event will look at the dietary needs of AI – how we generate data - and the interplay between devices and algorithms, whether in the cloud or at the edge. Sessions aim to cover:
- The reasons for companies that produce or sell components/devices to invest heavily in AI
- Top down vs bottom up approach. Is it better to start with data-generating hardware, or algorithms?
- The changing shape of the marketplace. What approaches are the major technology manufacturers taking? How are the traditionally separate software and hardware spheres collaborating?
- Where is the best (long-term) location for machine learning? The cloud or the edge?
- What connectivity is required? Is this a solved problem, or are there improvements to be made?
- Garbage in, garbage out. Will hardware development be the true driver of insight and change?
It’s becoming clear that there is no one answer to a solution’s architecture, nor where learning takes place.
Following this event all delegates are invited to join the CW Founders' Dinner drinks reception, which is being held in the same location. The Founders' Dinner is an invitation-only event and offers business networking opportunities for Founder member organisations within the CW network. To find out more, contact firstname.lastname@example.org