Events We’re thrilled to reveal the first batch of conference speakers for the Minds Mastering Machines (M3) three-day dive into machine learning, AI and advanced analytics this autumn.
The event is on October 9, 10, and 11 in London and features keynotes from Google’s Melanie Warrick and professor Mark Bishop of Goldsmiths, University of London.
Melanie is a senior developer advocate at Google, and her career has included work as a founding engineer on Deeplearning4j as well as work implementing machine learning (ML) in production at Change.org.
Mark’s career has spanned academic breakthroughs from (arguably) the first computational swarm intelligence (SI) paradigm, to advising the United Nations on the control of “killer robots,” to applying AI to fraud detection and procurement.
They are far from the only highlights. We’re pulling together a wide range of experts, who will help you not just grasp the potential of these technologies, but show you how they’ve put them into practice in real-world businesses – you can see the emerging lineup on the M3 website here.
We've got more than 25 speakers confirmed on what we expect to be a line-up of around 40 in total, plus some workshop tutors to add into the mix. This gives us an already packed programme that includes introductory sessions covering key concepts and platforms for those in the early stages of adopting and adapting ML, advanced analytics and AI.
For those already moving in these areas we have deeper dives into key tools and how they’re being used in organisations from retail to online commerce, research, and of course, transport. And everyone will benefit from sessions covering the ethical, legal and management contexts around ML, AI and associated technologies.
We’re even taking a few glimpses into the wilder possibilities offered by these potentially revolutionary technologies. Throughout, the focus will be on how ML and AI can be applied in real businesses and organisations, a theme that will be carried on in our day-three workshop lineup.
These are mind-stretching and occasionally mind-blowing topics, so you’ll be glad to know we’ll enjoy a supply of high-quality food and drink to keep you going in the conference sessions, and to oil those crucial offline conversations with the speakers and your fellow attendees.
You can find out much more, and grab those all-important early bird tickets, over on the M3 website now. ®