Given that commercial applications of machine learning have only recently entered the limelight, methods for developing the technology are still, for the most part, based on ad-hoc solutions. Common standards for commercial applications of machine learning remain far and few, which has many businesses wasting time and resources developing and maintaining homegrown hardware and software for their AI solutions. This not only increases the costs of innovation, but the multiplicity of technology formats also makes it impossible for AI systems and technology tools to work together.
Corinne Vigreux, Co-Founder of TomTom is speaking this Thursday about the future of our industry, what work will look like in 2030 and finding new ways of working in a new world.
Secondmind debuted today as the decisions company, with the mission of empowering people in business to make better decisions. Backed by more than four years of practical, award-winning artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) research, Secondmind is closing the gap between people and AI with easy-to-use and understand ML technology, designed to help businesses better predict, plan, compete and manage risk in an increasingly uncertain world. The company has been developing Secondmind for four years under the name PROWLER.io.
Topics: AI Platforms
Are you a budding entrepreneur in the tech space? Or, a tech startup in growth phase – seed stage or received less than 2m in funding?
Then join us at the Inspired AI series Episode VIII: Start Ups, Scale Ups, Unicorns on Thursday 19th November (15:00 – 16:30 CET) and pitch at Inspired AI cybershark and win a one year marketing support package worth 10,000.00 EUROS to blitzscale your startup in 2021!
Five early stage AI startups will be short-listed for our showcase and get 5 minutes to pitch their business idea to five investors.
Topics: AI ethics
Several news sources have cited the new Netflix documentary The Social Dilemma as the "most important documentary of our times" (The Independent). Released just over a week ago, the documentary has caused waves in a number of different circles, ranging from scrutiny of the surveillance capitalism to which we are all seemingly indifferent (The Guardian) to whether the documentary really addresses some of the biggest issues in big tech (Slate).
Sometimes as a brand, you have to put your money where your mouth is and even though at times this can be tough, in this year, in these times standing by your values is more important than ever.
InspiredMinds and the City of Amsterdam have a long standing partnership sharing a similar philosophy of democratising access to AI and emerging tech for all. With the onset of the global COVID-19 pandemic, InspiredMinds has kept these values at the forefront of their decision to reimagine the World Summit AI as a digital experience and have launched the Inspired AI series taking place online from September to November.
We spoke to Rudy van Belkom, Futures Researcher at the Netherlands Study Centre for Technology Trends, ahead of his presentation (17 Sept 2020) at Inspired AI, the series of 10 cutting-edge and CPD accredited business, science, tech and networking online events gathering the global AI community and hosted by world-leading AI experts #withoutborders running from September to November 2020.