“Hey do you want to go paramotoring?” This may not be the typical way an IT conversation starts, but it just might be the way you begin an interaction with Richard Socher. Especially if you’re near a beautiful vista or in any gorgeous outdoor setting. But paramotoring is only Richard’s hobby, his job is Chief Scientist for Salesforce. As the Chief Scientist, Richard wears a couple of different hats. He and his team focus on publishing new research data, doing applied research, incubating, and working on the capabilities of Salesforce’s platform. The type of work Richard and his team do extends across many fields, but lately, they have been narrowing in on A.I. and all things Salesforce Einstein Voice Assistant. On this episode of IT Visionaries, Richard talks about his origins, including the work he did as the founder, CEO and CTO of MetaMind, the current and future state of affairs of A.I. and voice, and yes, his love of paramotoring. Key Takeaways: How A.I. can have a positive impact What is the future of voice technology? What out-of-the-box features are available IT Visionaries is brought to you by the Salesforce Customer 360 Platform – the #1 cloud platform for digital transformation of every experience. Build connected experiences, empower every employee, and deliver continuous innovation – with the customer at the center of everything you do. Learn more at salesforce.com/pla
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Fei-Fei Li came to the U.S. from China at 16 with a love for science and she never looked back. Educated at Princeton and Caltech, her early work in robotics revolutionized machine learning and AI. Her focus on inclusion in tech careers and diversity in what we teach machines suggests that tomorrow’s robots won’t be sexist.
Fei-Fei Li came to the U.S. from China at 16 with a love for science and she never looked back. Educated at Princeton and Caltech, her early work in robotics revolutionized machine learning and AI. Her focus on inclusion in tech careers and diversity in what we teach machines suggests that tomorrow’s robots won’t be sexist. makers.com/techmakers
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Richard Socher, Chief Scientist, Salesforce, AI Conference 4-12-2018 DESCRIPTION APPLIED ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE CONFERENCE 2018 #AAI18 HOW APPLIED ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IS CHANGING SOCIETY, ENTERPRISE, AND PEOPLE BootstrapLabs is pleased to announce that its annual Applied Artificial Intelligence Conference will return for the third year on April 12, 2018 in San Francisco. #AAI18 is a must-attend event for those involved or interested in the most current progress of AI technologies and products. The one day conference brings together the brightest and most experienced professionals in the field of AI for an immersive day of learning, discussion, and connection. This year’s agenda will focus on the latest and future impact of AI applications and commercialization across a breadth of sectors, including Transportation, Healthcare, Finance, Future of Work and Cybersecurity. Inviting world class perspectives from research, entrepreneurship, investing, and business transformation, the event aims to capture the deepest insights available in the AI landscape today. You’ll have access to practical wisdom and methodologies on how to take advantage of AI’s powerful potential. Plus, speakers and panelists will engage in a thought-provoking discourse about how AI is reshaping business, society, and life as we know it. BootstrapLabs is a leading venture capital firm focused on Applied Artificial Intelligence in Silicon Valley. Leveraging an extensive community of professionals with deep domain expertise, BootstrapLabs stays at the forefront of the latest technology development, venture investment trends, and startup ecosystem evolution. Contact us at info@bootstraplabs.com for more information. french-american.tv
Google AI Chief Jeff Dean on Google’s newest developments in AI Google is placing a lot of importance on engaging with governments across the world, even amid tensions around artificial intelligence, privacy and fake news, according to one of the company’s top engineers. “It’s important to engage with governments around the world in how they’re thinking about AI — to help inform them,” Jeff Dean, head of Google AI and one of Alphabet’s top computer scientists, told CNBC’s Josh Lipton on Tuesday. “Obviously tech companies have a lot of expertise in this space. We can offer advice and our views of where the technology is going — what impact that might have in the broader society. And I think you want governments to be thinking carefully about what the implications of these technologies will be five, 10 years down the road. That seems like a helpful dialogue to have.”