Keynote: Anders Arpteg: How will the recent AI-revolution change our society?

16:37 by Diana Unander

During the Big Data Conference on December 3-4, 2020 we will have a several interesting Keynote speakers, one of them is Anders Arpteg, who is the Head of research at Peltarion

He will talk about that something extraordinary has happened within AI in recent years. Companies are starting to talk about moving into an AI-first future, but what does that mean? Not only are we seeing significant scientific advances in AI, but we are also seeing companies and politicians starting to invest heavily in AI. In order to stay one step ahead, we must be prepared for what is coming next. What has really happened in recent years, and what are the next steps and trends in machine learning? What should companies know to be prepared for the rapid development that is happening with ML and AI? This talk will give a glimpse into the future of AI, what possibilities it holds, and describe concrete real-world examples of how companies such as Spotify, Peltarion, and more are using the latest AI techniques.

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to listen to him and take part of the conference by signing up here by November 25th.

Anders Arpteg

More information about Anders Arpteg
Anders Arpteg (Ph.D., Head of Research at Peltarion) has been working with AI for 20 years in both academia and industry, with a Ph.D. in AI from Linköping University. Worked at Spotify for many years making use of big data and machine learning techniques to optimize the user experience. Now heading up a research team at Peltarion, operationalizing the latest and greatest AI techniques. At Peltarion, we have the ambitious goal of making deep learning and the latest AI techniques available for all companies, not just the large technology organizations. Also a member of AI Innovation of Sweden’s steering committee, AI adviser for the Swedish government, member of the Swedish AI Agenda, member of the European AI Alliance, founder of the Machine Learning Stockholm meetup group, and member of several advisory boards.

Diana Unander

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