Just launched: Implementing AI webinar series
Posted on 12/05/2020
Artificial Intelligence now impacts every aspect of modern life and is key to the generation of valuable business insights.
AI, Neural Networks or Machine Learning technologies are rapidly being adopted and applied across a range of products and systems, trying to further increase responsiveness and scale up intelligence.
As novel algorithmic approaches emerge, it is clear that we need new, innovative computing architectures to provide the performance required within the core network, and across embedded platforms.
The UK has considerable commercial and academic strength across this key area. We will bring together technology suppliers and technology users, from both academia and industry, to work towards an understanding of the latest developments in the field, and to identify current and future opportunities.
This series is designed for people involved in the management and implementation of AI based solutions – from developers to CTOs.
The Implementing AI: Running AI at the Edge, hosted by KTN and eFutures, is the second event of the Implementing AI webinar series.
To make products more intelligent, more responsive and to reduce the data generated, it is advantageous to run AI on the product itself, as opposed to in the cloud.
The focus of this webinar will be the opportunities and challenges of moving the AI processing to “the Edge”. The webinar will have four presentations from experts covering overviews of the opportunity, implementation techniques and case studies.
The event is aimed at product development engineers, designers and product managers who are looking to improve the capabilities of the systems that they design.
The Implementing AI: Hardware Challenges | 15 May, 10 AM, Online
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The Implementing AI: Hardware Challenges, hosted by KTN and eFutures, is the first event of the Implementing AI webinar series to address the challenges and opportunities that realising AI for hardware present.
There will be presentations from hardware organisations and from solution providers in the morning; followed by Q&A. The afternoon session will consist of virtual breakout rooms, where challenges raised in the morning session can be workshopped.
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