Human Genome Project and US DoE veteran to deliver keynote at MCubed
Blind bird tickets getting ready to take off
Events We're pleased as punch to reveal that our second keynote at MCubed 2019 will be AI pioneer, and chief scientist and co-founder of Quantellia, Dr Lorien Pratt.
Dr Pratt's CV stretches over 30 years, and includes delivering machine learning solutions for clients including the Human Genome Project, SAP, the Colorado Bureau of Investigation, the US Department of Energy, and the Administrative Office of the US Courts.
She led the teams that invented Transfer Learning and Decision Intelligence (DI), has been recognised as a leading innovator by the Women Inventors and Innovators' Project, has authored dozens of academic papers, and co-edited the book: Learning to Learn with Sebastian Thrun.
We're thrilled that she'll be sharing her perspectives and experiences with us at MCubed.
But Dr Pratt won't be the only standout speaker at MCubed. Facebook AI leader Sebastian Riedel will also be delivering a keynote, giving us an overview of the work done at Facebook AI Research London on unsupervised Natural Language Processing with the goal of dramatically reducing the cost of NLP on new domains and languages.
We'll be revealing our full conference speaker lineup in the next couple of weeks, and can guarantee we'll be taking you from the fundamental concepts and tools underpinning machine learning, through deep dives into key technologies, and highlighting real world projects at organisations like yours.
This all happens at the QE II Centre in Westminster from September 30 to October 2, and right now you can grab tickets for the conference at our pound-busting blind bird price.
So, if you want to be sure of your place, and quids in to boot, head over to the MCubed website now.