The Cognitive Computing Consortium is partnering with AI World 2017 to offer a full-day program on Wednesday, December 13th focused on information for the AI / cognitive computing professional. Geared for Consortium members, the separate, day-long program is open to attendees of AI World. The Consortium Program will deliver a wide-ranging set of keynotes and sessions devoted to practical challenges for experienced AI practitioners as well as covering tools and frameworks to help guide professionals engaged in cognitive application development.
As new tools and service options continue to proliferate across the healthcare ecosystem, C-Suite executives and their teams need to better understand: how to adopt these new technologies; adjustments needed to harness the power of innovative technologies; proven strategies to integrate new technologies effectively into their organizations; and collaboration initiatives to move innovation forward. The AI Applications Summit for Healthcare, Pharma, Biotech is dedicated to providing a venue where these issues and more will be discussed and debated to help move the industry forward.
Join CCC Co-Founder Hadley Reynolds and mingle with fellow members, or join us to learn more about the Consortium. The meetup will be held at the end of the O’Reilly AI Conference in San Francisco.
Join CCC Co-Founder Hadley Reynolds and mingle with fellow members, or join us to learn more about the Consortium. The meetup will be held at the end of the O’Reilly AI Conference.
April 4, 2017
Hype Lessons: What Self Driving Cars Can Teach Us About Cognitive Computing
Join CCC Co-Founder Hadley Reynolds for a session that presents a preview of the Cognitive Application Design Framework – a current product of joint research being carried out by the Cognitive Computing Consortium and Babson College’s Technology & Information Management faculty.
January 30 – February 1, 2017
San Francisco, CA
The Smart Data Conference is designed to accommodate all levels of technical understanding. It will bring together emerging disciplines that are
focused on more intelligent information gathering and analysis, including: Cognitive Computing, Deep Learning, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Predictive Analytics, and more.