AI collaboration, safety and dynamics: the future will be system-based. The 2018 Systems that Learn Conference in London, jointly hosted by MIT Industrial Liaison Program, BT Group plc and Imperial Business Partners, will bring together academics, industry leaders and spin-offs to explore how data analytics can improve the way humans organize themselves and how machines can radically improve the way they support humans.
By invitation only
To view the speaker presentations from the conference, please click on the names below accordingly.
Karl F. Koster (MIT) – MIT’s Innovation Ecosystem
Nick Jennings (Imperial College London) – Human-Artificial Intelligence Partnerships
Una-May O’Reilly (MIT) – Computer Systems Arms Races
Colin Bannon (BT Global Services) – Creating Value for BT’s Customers with AI
Alex Pentland (MIT) – The Human Strategy
Aldo Faisal (Imperial College London) – The Atlas of Behaviour
Josh Bottomley (HSBC) – How AI can bring us closer to our customers
Eduard Vazquez (Cortexica) – AI Solutions for Digital Transformation
Maya Pindeus (Humanising Autonomy) – Natural interactions with autonomous systems
Henry Oakes (TRACK) – The clear way to manage your property money
Francesco Montomoli (UQuant) – Uncertainty Quantification Laboratory
Further presentations will be available shortly.