AI Conference NY by O'Reilly (DISCOUNTED TICKETS for NYC SQL Members!)

Date: 
Sunday, April 29, 2018 - 09:00
Source: 
SQL NYC, The NoSQL & NewSQL Database Meetup
Attendees: 
68
City: 
New York

The AI Conference by O'Reilly is where cutting-edge science meets new business implementation. It's a deep dive into emerging AI techniques and technologies with a focus on how to use it in real-world implementations. This impressive lineup of over 135+ speakers covers the most important developments in applied AI, like Peter Norvig, George Church, Olga Russakovsky, Manuela Veloso, and Zoubin Ghahramani from AI-focused organizations including NVIDIA, IBM Watson, BMW, Microsoft, NBC, Intel, Morgan Stanley, SAS, Facebook, Deloitte, Uber, Lockheed Martin, Google, Red Hat and many others!

••• Full list at https://conferences.oreilly.com/artificial-intelligence/ai-ny
••• Members of our NYC SQL Meetup save an extra 20% using code: UGNYCSQL

Register today to be part of this incredible AI adventure! Last year's AI Conf had completely sold out. Early-bird prices end March 16.

At AI Conf you will discover new methods in reinforcement learning, generative adversarial networks (GANs) and natural language processing (NLP.) You will gain practical advice for successfully implementing AI while learning in-depth insights about enterprise applications like productization, security and conversational interfaces. There will also be an AI Business Summit consisting of executive briefings and case studies designed for business leaders and strategists as well as a 2-day training opportunity. Register at the AI Conf website:
https://conferences.oreilly.com/artificial-intelligence/ai-ny
Members of this NYC SQL Meetup may save 20% using code UGNYCSQL

About O'Reilly:
Since 1978, O'Reilly Media has been a chronicler and catalyst of technology development, homing in on trends and spurring their adoption by disseminating cutting-edge information. Active in the technology community, O'Reilly has a long history of advocacy and evangelism, and founder and CEO Tim O'Reilly has been called "the Oracle of Silicon Valley" by Inc. Magazine and "The Trend Spotter" by WIRED.