Deep Learning: Promise and Pitfalls - John Kaufhold to speak at Northern Virginia Technology Council
Hear how deep learning is taking AI to the next level on Jan. 31, 2018.
Join NVTC, In-Q-Tel and your technology business colleagues on January 31, 2018 for a Titans event on the promises and pitfalls of deep learning, featuring Melvin Greer, chief data officer at Intel, and John Kaufhold, CEO of Deep Learning Analytics. Panelists will discuss how deep learning is harnessing massive datasets and advances in computing hardware and algorithms to solve today's complicated challenges in defense, healthcare, infrastructure, the environment, and more.
Some of the cutting-edge innovations being powered by deep learning today include autonomous vehicles, precision medicine, and facial and speech recognition. The discussion will be moderated by Ravi Pappu, Chief Architect of In-Q-Tel.
1700 Tysons Blvd.
Social Media Coverage:
@ibgraham - Packed house at the Northern Virginia Technology Council breakfast "Deep Learning: Promise and Pitfalls". Excellent panel about #AI, Edge Analytics, and Big Data. #nvtc @Salient_CRGT @NoVaTechCouncil #bigdata #analytics #data
@KirkDBorne - At the @NoVaTechCouncil #NVTC breakfast, John Kaufhold discussing how he started his #DeepLearning Analytics business in 2012: https://www.deeplearninganalytics.com/ #AI #MachineLearning #BigData #DataScience #DataDC #CapitalData
@JesseVizcaino - Excited to listen to John Kaufhold and his fellow panelists talk about the promises and pitfalls of #DeepLearning this morning. @NoVaTechCouncil puts on a great program. @3PillarGlobal #dctech #MachineLearning #ai #nvtc #DataScience #DataDC #CapitalData
@daveVba - @NoVaTechCouncil breakfast- Deep Learning: Promises And Pitfalls. Nice overview and panel from John Kaufhold (Deep Learning Analytics), Melvin Greer (Intel) and Ravi Pappu (In-Q-Tel) @CSRA_inc #DeepLearning #DataScience
@SanjaySardarFFX - #NVTC - @SAICinc - deep learning at AI. Question of trusting the AI? Comment by panelist - do you trust your doctor? Interesting parallel. Is the second opinion of another doctor analogous to the second opinion of a second AI?
@kate_sheridan1 - “There’s an element of trust whether you’re talking about AI or humans. Asking whether you should trust AI is like asking whether you should trust your doctor. We already trust technology—this is a further progression of that, not a change.” #NVTC