Abacus.AI’s iconic StateoftheArt() Conference is returning this August.
With the popularity of GPT-3 and DALL-E we will discuss the future of AI,
including large transformer and language models with Pilar Manchón from Google,
who is a prominent voice within the AI community with decades of experience in
other top tech companies
Additionally, we will also feature an exciting fireside chat with Michael Capellas, Cisco & Flex board member. Discussion will be centered around how AI is transforming manufacturing.
We are also lucky to be joined by multiple leaders in the industry adopting end to end MLOps systems such as Google, American Eagle Outfitters, Johnson Controls, Sephora & more.
Additionally, for the first time ever in StateoftheArt() we’re bringing in a new perspective; our “From the Media” panel will examine how journalists from VentureBeat, The Information, & the Next Web view all the hype and development surrounding this industry.
To conclude, we will discuss foundations and trends within deep learning.
Sign-up today and reserve your spot!
Senior Director of Research Strategy, Google AI
Board Member, Cisco & Flex, ex-CEO of Compaq
VP Data Technology & Analytics & CDO, AEO
VP of Engineering, Data Insights & Marketing, Sephora
Executive Director, Global Advanced Analytics, Johnson Controls
Senior Editor & Writer, VentureBeat
Reporter, The Information
Reporter, The Next Web
VP of Global Analytics & AI, Edwards Lifesciences
Chief Data Officer & Co-Founder, Cart.com
DUNCAN C MCELFRESH
Health Services R&D Fellow (Postdoc), Stanford
Head of Research, Abacus.AI
9:00 - 9:45
FUTURE OF AI, INCLUDING LARGE TRANSFORMER MODELS
Pilar Manchón, James Lloyd
9:45 - 10:30
FROM THE MEDIA
Sharon Goldman, Kevin Mclaughlin, Thomas Macaulay, Bindu Reddy
10:30 - 11:15
STATE OF THE ART MLOPS PLATFORMS
Manbir Paul, Terry Miller, Nandish Tella
11:15 - 12:00
FIRESIDE CHAT WITH MICHAEL CAPELLAS: AI AND MANUFACTURING
Michael Capellas, Gus Shahin, Bindu Reddy
12:00 - 12:45
AI IN THE REAL WORLD
BK Vasan, Ameet Ubhayaker, Chase Zieman, Patrick Nussbaumer