The agenda for MCubed is complete, with almost 40 of the smartest brains in machine learning and AI due in London in October to demonstrate how to not just talk about the technology, but how to do it.
Potential attendees have less than a month to secure the best possible deal on tickets for the conference – early bird ticket sales will stop at the end of July.
The programme committee for the brand new event considered over 100 proposals for conference sessions, whittling them down to an agenda that doesn’t just tell attendees what the potential of machine learning is, but shows them how they can start building it.
Neophytes can get up to speed with the key practical concepts underpinning machine learning and AI with sessions taking a deep dive into core concepts involved or examining the key algorithms.
More experienced practitioners can take examine key tools and techniques in depth, such as TensorFlow or Caffe. At the same time, they can learn from speakers who have applied them to projects in companies such as Ocado and OpenTable, or in areas such as cybersecurity, finance, construction engineering or exotic matter research.
And everyone will benefit from sessions covering the legal, ethical and organisational challenges of applying machine learning and AI in both traditional organisations and startups. If that wasn’t enough, there will be sessions looking at driverless cars and robots.
Created by experts from The Register and Heise Medien, MCubed will bring the leading experts from the AI and machine learning industries together, to provide a range of insightful and thought-provoking talks and workshops. The conference will highlight the potential of machine learning, deep learning and AI, and will demonstrate how the latest algorithms, frameworks, cognitive perspective systems, and other AI technology, can be applied to business and organisational issues. MCubed will also provide a wider perspective for the developers, architects and CIOs at the event, with talks covering the ethical, legal and privacy issues surrounding the latest developments in topics such as robotics or driverless cars.
The conference, which will run from Monday 9th October to Wednesday 11th October, takes place at 30 Euston Square, London, and consists of two days of conference sessions and talks, with a full day of workshops planned for the third day.
For more information on the event, speaker line-up and tickets, visit www.mcubed.london/