Deep dive to future possibilities
Operational applications and development
Deep technology (by the definition of Swati Chaturvedi, CEO and founder of Propel(x)) means technological innovations with the potential to impact the world we live in. One manifestation of that impact is the great economic value the operational applications of deep technologies can generate. Applications of deep technology are in a key role when building a sustainable future for our planet.
Come hear how modern-day machine learning was developed, explained by the Turing Award winner, Dr Yoshua Bengio. Artificial intelligence is becoming more powerful, and more effective for a variety of practical tasks, from voice and speech recognition to automating business decisions. Learn how we can bring these technologies from research labs into our businesses.
Maintaining human control of artificial intelligence is considered essential for long-term social and economic stability. Leading AI specialists Joanna Bryson will shed light on the legal and technological aspects of maintaining that control, and Catalina Butnary of the global AI ecosystem CityAI will showcase practical tools for developing AI in accordance with these norms.
SHIFT 2019 focuses on the operational opportunities of deep technologies. The Future track brings together the Nordic AI ecosystem players, experts and thought leaders, academic knowledge and the best practices of business leaders implementing deep technologies to stay ahead of the competition.