With artificial intelligence (AI) making headline news in the mainstream media, the promise of automation, computer-brain interfaces and super intelligence is ever greater.
But are we really that close to the singularity point?
Join us and the 5 AI industry experts to navigate the world of AI - assess the future impact and unravel what is reality and what is hype.
Using real life examples, our panel of experts will share their expertise and experiences and will assess where AI is at today and where it can be in 20 years.
Open to all levels - from beginners to experts.
MEET OUR PANELLISTS:
Dr Bruno Marnette, CEO & Co-founder, Prodo.AI.
Bruno is co-founder and CEO of Prodo.AI, a London-based company developing cutting edge Deep Learning systems to simplify and automate software development. He holds a PhD from Oxford and previously worked at Palantir, where he built a wide range of AI-powered products for Enterprise customers.
Krishna Visvanathan, Co-founder & Partner, Crane VC.
Krishna has been a venture capitalist for the last 19 years co-founding Crane Venture Partners. Krishna is involved in B2B investments, including AI. His prior investments include The Cloud Network Limited, Icera Semiconductor Inc, Qosmos SA, SportPursuit Ltd. to name a few.
Dr Ed Challis, CEO & Co-founder, re:infer.
Ed has gained his extensive knowledge on AI at UCL and since applied it at re:infer. Building on the latest advances in deep learning and natural language understanding, re:infer turns unstructured communications data (emails, calls, messages, reviews, social) into structured, annotated data to facilitate detailed business analytics and automation at scale.
Dr Alan Mosca, CTO & Co-founder, nPlan.
Alan is a lecturer and researcher of AI at the University of London. He is the founder of Malet Labs, bridging the gap between machine learning and underdeveloped areas of the world, and the co-founder and CTO of nPlan, using machine learning to solve the construction industry’s crisis.
The panel is chaired by Sri Sharma, CEO & Co-founder, Increasingly AI. Sri is an award winning entrepreneur – Sunday Times Tech Track 100 and Deloitte Tech Fast 50. He has previously founded and sold two digital marketing technology businesses. Most recently he won a Google awarded scholarship to study futuristic technology at singularity University, NASA.
18.30 – 19.00 – Arrival
19.00 – 20.00 – Introductions and Panel discussion chaired by Sri Sharma
20.00 – 20.30 – Audience interaction
20.30 – 21.00 – Networking
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