We’re teaming up with Silicon Valley Artificial Intelligence (SVAI) for their second annual AI Download. Learn more about AI from the perspectives of engineers, researchers, scientists, startup founders, and many others. Intended to be a broad survey of AI activity happening across the Bay Area, this event will highlight academic research, learning resources, community initiatives and compelling work happening at the Valley’s leading AI companies.
The program features two sessions. In the first session, presenters will give a short overview of their artificial intelligence and machine learning projects. In the second session, speakers will provide a more technical view of their work.
Following the two sessions, audience members and presenters will have an opportunity to connect and share what they need to continue and expand their work.
Here is a sneak peek at some of the speakers presenting:
Noor Siddiqui, Stanford University Student interested in using CS to better understand the code for life (DNA) and in engineering healthier humans.
Brandon White, Senior Machine Learning Engineer at Freenome.
Ajay Shah, Cofounder and CEO of CytoVale.
Laura Montoya, Founder and Executive Director of Accel.AI.
For a complete speaker lineup, please visit the SVAI website. More speakers will be announced there in the coming weeks.
SVAI is a San Francisco-based non-profit that organizes scientific lectures and collaborative research gatherings focused on tackling the biggest challenges facing the life sciences. Their mission is to accelerate biomedical research and educate through open collaboration in computational science. SVAI brings together engineers, scientists, researchers, members of the startup community interested in artificial intelligence and its potential impact on medicine and biology.
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