Speaker details

Cristiano De Nobili Senior Deep Learning Scientist

Harman, a Samsung company

@CristianoDeNo   

Cristiano is a theoretical particle physicist, with a Ph.D. in statistical physics at SISSA (Trieste, 2016). After his studies and research on fundamental physics, in particular on entanglement entropy, he has been involved for a couple of years in deep learning R&D. Starting from computer vision he is now senior deep learning scientist in the AI team actively working on intelligent language at Harman, a Samsung company. His approach is strongly research-oriented. He pays particular attention to state-of-the-art algorithms, with an eye out for recent developments in AI and Quantum Computing, his past research topic. Moreover, being a civil pilot, he loves following AI advancements in aviation.

Cristiano is also a machine/deep learning instructor for Deep Learning Italia and recently also for the Master in High-Performance Computing (SISSA/ICTP) held in Trieste. He authored several scientific papers and he is an active speaker in AI meetups, conferences, and workshops.

Beyond technical subjects, he loves poetry, photography and he is a compulsive traveler. Please, take a look at his Instagram account @denocris

 Sessions

Date Title

AImpact Summit 2019

Nov 27, 2019
11:00‑12:00
Current State of AI and Its Limitations
“Its an Error” Is Correct for Consistency. Diving into Human and Artificial Intelligence.
Session Details

Munich

Conference

AImpact Summit 2019

Language:
English
Registration fee:
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  • Nov 27 - 28, 2019 Munich

Key Topics

  • Understanding AI Technology 

  • AI Governance

  • AI as a Moral Agent  

  • AI for Identity 

  • AI & Cybersecurity

  • AI Solutions & Best Cases

  • AI Predictions 

  • ML, Analytics & Deep Learning In Business Ecosystem 

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