There are few technical experts in the world that are able to dissect Artificial Intelligence and Robotics, and share their insights in a clear and thought-provoking manner. Even fewer of these experts have over 25 years of AI system building and technical R&D consulting experience to boot. Of this even smaller handful of AI thought leaders, there is only one who has pioneered AI applications for both industry and government and dedicated much of his research to augmented decision systems.
We are talking, of course, about Neil Jacobstein, chairman of the Artificial Intelligence and Robotics track at Singularity University at NASA’s Research Park, and we are excited to announce him as this year’s Explore keynote speaker!
A Silicon Valley think tank founded in 2008, Singularity University (SU) focuses on educational programs and exponential technologies. SU’s learning and innovation platform serves as a unique way to educate and empower business leaders and organizations to build breakthrough solutions that leverage emerging technologies. Last year, we were proud to feature Ray Kurzweil, co-founder and chancellor at SU, as our keynote speaker. So, we are absolutely thrilled for the opportunity to showcase another celebrated SU scholar at this year’s customer conference!
Come see Neil Jacobstein’s Keynote at Explore 2018!
On Tuesday, May 8th, Neil will deliver his keynote, Breakthroughs in Artificial Intelligence and Robotics, a view of the future of AI technologies and how they will impact a variety of tasks and industries. He will also explore technology innovations, disruption and real-world manufacturing applications.
Also, and as a warm-up to his keynote, check out this in-depth Forbes Q&A with Neil discussing the ways in which AI can mitigate the heuristics inherent in human cognition, strategies technology executives should use to think about AI and much more.
Register Early and Save!
Explore Early Bird Registration isn’t open for long, so be sure to lock in your discount by April 6th to save $600 on your conference fees! And, if you haven’t already, view the full list of speakers coming to Explore this year. You won’t want to miss it!