This year’s Disrupt conference will feature the AI stage, where entrepreneurs can share their ideas and work on projects related to artificial intelligence. The AI stage is one of the new additions that TechGround has made in order to make the conference more interesting for attendees.
Attendees at the AI Stage will get a chance to hear from some of the foremost experts in the field on a range of topics surrounding artificial intelligence. From copyright issues to ethical concerns, attendees will be able to gain insights and knowledge on what’s happening behind-the-scenes in this rapidly evolving technology.
Looking to get your startup on the AI Stage at the upcoming AI Summit in Boston? Make sure to check out our diversity panel, which will give you some tips on how to make an effective pitch deck for VCs. Panelists include AnnaLee Saxena, Director of Business Development at The learning company; Uri Simchoni, Founder and CEO of UriCo; Wei Li-Kuo, Assistant Professor at Université de Montréal’s Faculty of Science and Engineering Computer Science Department; and Nadav Gilad-Dahan, Co-founder & CEO of Lumi.
So far, 2018 has been a big year for generative AI, with many groundbreaking systems released. One of the most talked about and controversial systems is OpenAI’s GPT-4, which is able to generate text from scratch. This technology has sparked a lot of debate, as some feel that it could lead to the downfall of human written communication. However, others see this as a way for machines to communicate more effectively and/or intelligently with humans.
Artificial intelligence is rapidly developing, with many companies and individuals exploring ways to incorporate its capabilities into their work. With so much at stake, there are a number of debates surrounding the subject that need to be addressed. In this stage, we’ll explore some of these controversies, as well as look at how AI can be used in fields such as marketing and journalism.
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