The State of AI

  •  TYPE: Track    START DATE:  Wednesday, November 27, 2019     START TIME: 11:00    LOCATION:  Session Room 1
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Artificial intelligence is one of the most controversial technologies nowadays, even though only the tiny portion of it is really utilized, considering its overarching capabilities. Yet it is everywhere, we hear about it almost every day, talk and discuss its potential, its limitations and argue what it really is and what we should actually call AI. This track will try to answer some of the interesting and main questions concerning the AI; will present differen views on  how it can develop in future and overview current state and limitations. 

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“Its an Error” Is Correct for Consistency. Diving into Human and Artificial Intelligence.

Date: Wednesday, November 27, 2019 Time: 11:00-12:00

“Its an Error” Is Correct for Consistency. Diving into Human and Artificial Intelligence.
Cristiano De Nobili, Harman, a Samsung company

It is commonly believed that words and numbers belong to different worlds. On the one hand, there are men of letters, on the other scientists. Some come from humanities studies, others from engineering studies. However, there is a special area where these two sides of our knowledge are tightly connected. A universe where words become numbers. Welcome to artificial intelligent language. We are going to dive into some details of this interaction, showing its successes and emphasizing its...

Question Answering as the Future of (Google's) Search - Applications for Financial Regulation
Lukas Wagner, Clyde & Co • Milos Rusic, deepset


Fighting the Unknown – How AI Protects Our Digital Life

Date: Wednesday, November 27, 2019 Time: 12:00-13:00

Fighting the Unknown – How AI Protects Our Digital Life
Matthias Canisius, Sentinel One

Imagine someone enters the room. What is the first thing we do? In milliseconds we have an assessment: Good or bad. Friend or foe.   Most of the time we are not even aware of this mental process. It’s part of our survival instinct, deeply rooted in our DNA. This judgement is based on experience which results in patterns we try to match so we can make immediate decisions.   This speech is about how to apply this survival strategy into a digital model - call...

Live Demo: Fighting Ransomware with AI
Matthias Canisius, Sentinel One


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