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Getting into ai event slides

AIBE Summit closing remarks, Tabitha Goldstaub

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Getting into ai event slides

  1. 1. Community and Directory for All Things AI Tabitha Goldstaub - Co Founder @Cognition_X @tabithagold
  2. 2. Transformation not technology
  3. 3. You got the history of AI from Dr. Stefanos Zafeiriou, Imperial
  4. 4. Dr. Stephen Cave 3 Principles of AI 1) AI that enhances us not replaces us 2) AI we can trust - transparent and explains its decisions 3) Responsible innovation paying attention to its impact on groups
  5. 5. Ed Newton-Rex, Jukedeck Creativity is not dead! - Art is about more than work - People will always be creative Ultimately AI will contribute to Art
  6. 6. Dr. Carsten Sorensen - Future of business - “Data” is data about us and privacy will be redefined
  7. 7. Calum Chace - on job replacement Machines don’t care if you’re white collar or blue collar. They are “collar-blind”.
  8. 8. 300% increase in fundraising this year for AI companies
  9. 9. Hugo Pinto, IBM Innovation We are about augmenting people to do a better job - automating processes and exploring years and generations of information. How different will the learning experience be - with all knowledge at the distance of a click or a question?
  10. 10. Dr. Daniel Hulme, Satalia & UCL There are lots of exponential problems out there! Humans are rubbish at solving this! Computers neither but together better... What is “good”? Our purpose is to create a world where people can do what they love?
  11. 11. Dr. Rob Fraser, Microsoft Augmentation vs replacement is all great but it’s a design choice. It’s a red pill blue pill choice!
  12. 12. Aurora Flint, Python coder (8yrs) Loved the Tesla cars and the application for AI on Music.
  13. 13. Men and Women plus Machine
  14. 14. Data Scientists can come from anywhere...
  15. 15. You need to... Be adaptable Be curious and like asking questions Be comfortable experimenting Have a good intuition for when to stop. Feel comfortable with failure Have a passion for understanding a sector Be excited to and enjoy learning Like to be at the cutting edge of technology
  16. 16. Research Scientist / Engineer Data Miner Data Science Data Engineer Product Manager Program Manager Product Marketing (Chief) Technology Officer Software Engineer Language Technologies Optimization modeller Visualisation Engineer Physics programer Buss Dev Sales Events Marketing Social Media CRM Production Public Policy
  17. 17. ● Pick a sector ● A Big 4 disruptor ● Disruptors ● The disrupted ● A startup ● Start your own ● Government Everything is being disrupted. You can work for:
  18. 18. New Data Metric Data Processing and Quality Data Interrogation, Security and Access Analysis, Hypothesis and Impact Applied Data Science Leadership Communication Storytelling Define, specify and create metric / events Develop requirements and monitor outcomes Run queries against complex data setsUnderstand trends and create a narrative Run analysis and build repeatable data models Builds collaborative relationships and is trusted Skills needed for a data team
  19. 19. Develop requirements and monitor outcomes Run queries against complex data setsUnderstand trends and create a narrative Run analysis and build repeatable data models Builds collaborative relationships and is trusted Define, specify and create metric / events
  20. 20. How do you prepare yourself?
  21. 21. Go to conferences, events and meetups
  22. 22. Love your Newsletters and Podcasts
  23. 23. Learn to talk to an AI
  24. 24. Be a Book Worm
  25. 25. Keep learning all the time
  26. 26. Have an opinion on all ethics questions
  27. 27. Get experience
  28. 28. Get advice for the interview
  29. 29. Andrew Ng Jana Eggers Fei-Fei Li Megan Price Hanna Wallach Samantha Payne Yao Zhang Karen Matthys Jill Dyche Yanbing Li Be inspired by people Neha Narkhede Randy Olson Kirk Borne Yann LeCun Nando de Freitas Gregory Piatetsky Ben Lorica Maggie Bowden Nathan Benaich Azeem Azar Daniel Hulme Look for people like you and not like you
  30. 30. Where the training data is coming from? Who’s in charge of security? etc….
  31. 31. Today you can... Join the network Sign up for the Daily Briefing Start job hunting Attend our events Register for the beta Come work with us cognitionx.com/join tabitha@cognitionx.io beta@cognitionx.io @cognition_X

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