‘Artificial intelligence can already do remarkable things – but it could do much more if it could perceive, learn and think like a human’
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning pioneers will gather at the University of Toronto on December 15th in a high profile event to exchange ideas and discuss the future of this industry.
The objective is to examine opportunities and challenges that will arise from advances in machine intelligence for entrepreneurs, investors, and corporations – and the implications for society – over the next five years.
This year, Motion Metrics president and CEO Dr. Shahram Tafazoli has been invited to speak at the first session of this event. He is excited to discuss the direction of Motion Metrics and the ways in which we leverage machine learning techniques. His discussions will address the implications of our advancements and the significant improvements we have seen in the accuracy of our Missing Tooth Detection and Rock Fragmentation solutions.
With a Motion Metrics team dedicated solely to Deep Learning to improve accuracy of our technologies, this event is a great opportunity to share our success and gain valuable insights from some of the world’s biggest names in this field.
Learn more about the event here: www.creativedestructionlab.com/#!mlconference/cxvb