Don't miss out: Learn essential AI skills from dozens of top-notch speakers, sessions and workshops at this year's MCubed conference

Get your early-bird tickets for talks ranging from technical deep-dives to advice on ethics and the law

Event Your early experiments in machine learning or AI can be tough. Getting them to work in production will be tougher still.

But we can help. We’ve got more than two dozen of smartest folks in machine learning and AI speaking in nearly 40 sessions at MCubed this September – all of whom have applied the technology in real organisations. Crucially, there’s still time to join us, and save a bundle of cash, before our early-bird offer disappears on Monday.

If you’re just starting to get to grips with machine learning, and want a solid grounding in key principles, you won’t want to miss Kate Kilgour on hyperparameter optimisation, or Outlier Technology’s David Tyler’s introduction to neural networks with TensorFlow.

If you’ve already started experimenting, but need to get your models into production or scale up your operations, we’ve got sessions from StoryStream’s Janet Bastiman and Adobe’s Chris Challis, that will help you do just that.

And if you’re up and running, but want to make sure you’re not going to be caught out on legal or ethical concerns, we have advice from Osborne Clark’s John Buyers and UCD’s Abeba Birhane.

The conference sessions will be bookended with keynotes from Facebook AI London's research chief Sebastian Riedel and machine learning veteran Dr Lorien Pratt. And you can get even deeper, and save even more, with our October 2 workshops, which cover: developing and deploying Neural Nets; text mining; developing with TensorFlow 2; and getting machine learning into production using containers and devops.

This all happens from September 30 to October 2, at the QE II Conference Center in Central London, England. But remember, those early bird prices expire in just days, so to lock in your spot, head to the MCubed website now. ®




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