With all the buzz about artificial intelligence (AI), how best to separate fact from fiction? How are emerging cognitive computing technologies already integrating into business and society, and how will they evolve over the next decade? What future applications hold the greatest potential to transform the way we work and live? There’s no better trio to explore these questions and more. As head of IBM Research, John Kelly is the father of Watson, the Jeopardy!-winning technology that is now tackling cancer, financial markets and oil exploration. The Universite de Montreal’s Yoshua Bengio is widely considered among the world’s foremost experts on machine learning, an essential element of any true AI system. Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter John Markoff has followed developments in the AI field for more than two decades, and just released Machines of Loving Grace: The Quest for Common Ground Between Humans and Robots to broad critical acclaim. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to gain deep insight from three of the industry’s most respected and knowledgeable leaders.
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Yoshua Bengio, Professor, Department of Computer Science and Operations Research, Universite de Montreal
John E. Kelly, Senior Vice President, Solutions Portfolio and Research, IBM
John Markoff, Senior Writer, New York Times