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Oct 18

Emerging Technologies Consortium: Google AI

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  • Add to Calendar 2019-10-18 13:00:00 2019-10-18 14:00:00 Emerging Technologies Consortium: Google AI IMATS will proudly host the Emerging Technologies Consortium speaker series as it continues into its third year. Join us as we invite Lukman Ramsey, Google's Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Lead, who will provide an overview of current research on AI/ML at Google. Ramsey will also provide a deeper dive into utilizing the various toolsets available on the Google Cloud Platform. Ramsey did his PhD work in Computer Science at UC San Diego, doing computer vision research at JPL in the Machine Learning systems group. As an undergrad at MIT in Cognitive Science and Computer Science, he worked on multi-layer neural networks before it was called "deep learning." His academic interests have always centered on the intersection of Cognitive Science and Computer Science. Seating is limited, so register here if you plan to attend! LL002 Barnard barnard-admin@digitalpulp.com America/New_York public

IMATS will proudly host the Emerging Technologies Consortium speaker series as it continues into its third year.

Join us as we invite Lukman Ramsey, Google's Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Lead, who will provide an overview of current research on AI/ML at Google. Ramsey will also provide a deeper dive into utilizing the various toolsets available on the Google Cloud Platform.

Ramsey did his PhD work in Computer Science at UC San Diego, doing computer vision research at JPL in the Machine Learning systems group. As an undergrad at MIT in Cognitive Science and Computer Science, he worked on multi-layer neural networks before it was called "deep learning." His academic interests have always centered on the intersection of Cognitive Science and Computer Science.

Seating is limited, so register here if you plan to attend!