Posts Tagged 'MIT'

Consortium Presents – Leadership for AI: a Discussion at AIWorld Boston, Wednesday 12/5/18

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Have you ever wondered if the same old IT project management and executive leadership styles that have been in place for years will work for the oncoming generation of AI deployments?

You’ll find answers to this and other leadership questions at 2:00 pm at the Cognitive Computing track at AIWorld, Wednesday 12/5/18.

Moderated by Hadley Reynolds, Consortium Co-founder, the panel includes executives from a range of backgrounds. Leslie Owens is Executive Director of MIT ...

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The New AI-on-board Applications: Who Will Build Them?

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Cognitive computing faces a range of challenges as it moves from computer science labs and pilot projects and edges out into the main stream. The media is full of articles on the promises and perils of the technology. We can read about a few real successes in the field, and a few spectacular misses, like the scandal surrounding IBM and the MD Anderson Cancer Center in Austin, TX. We can read about how the technology will take all of our ...

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