Another great tech event for Amsterdam
The summit will include presentations, workshops, panels and more from the industry’s leading corporates, researchers and startups. The main topic of focus this year is the future of machine learning and artificial intelligence in transport and vehicles. Naturally, many other hot topics will be covered, including cyber security, drones and speech recognition.
The event – which is an incredible opportunity for any startup, data scientist, CTO, founder or software engineer – gives attendees the chance to gain knowledge from insightful speakers, discover emerging trends and – of course – expand their network in the world of AI.
“The event will bring together a mix of leading industry, influential researchers and innovative startups, including CTOs, research scientists, engineers and founders,” said Nikita Johnson, CEO of RE.WORK. “We’re looking forward to bringing together the machine learning community in Amsterdam as well international attendees working in AI.”
A programme teeming with insider knowledge
This year’s programme features an insightful line-up of 25 speakers, including Catawiki’s Peter Tegelaar (chief data scientist), Nvidia’s Adam Grzywaczewski (deep-learning solution architect) and University College London’s Ingo Waldmann (senior research scientist).
World-leading processor developers Nvidia will be giving a workshop at the event, guiding participants through everything they need to know to start building and deploying neural networks in self-driving cars – as well as in sectors like robotics, healthcare and online services.
“NVIDIA’s software and hardware made a big impact on deep learning already, so it makes sense that as the next step, it would start applying deep learning to its own problems,” said Bryan Catanzaro, vice president of applied deep learning research at NVIDIA. “There are a lot of relatively unexplored fields that are important to NVIDIA, so I’m eager to try a bunch of new projects out.”If this sounds like your kind of event, head on over to the RE.WORK website to sign up.