The global Electronics Technology company, Samsung organized the Samsung AI Forum 2019. The two-day event was held from November 4–5 in Seoul. Attended by AI leaders and experts in Deep Learning specializations, Samsung AI event showcased “everything AI” can do now and in the future.
What is the Samsung AI Forum?
The Samsung AI meet could have helped your career if you had attended. Do you know what kind of talks and shows you missed? Some of these technology concepts were even new for our elite analysts and journos who have covered over 100,000 product updates from various tech domains!
Also known as SAIF, the 2019 edition of the event broke the usual monotony of discussions about AI and related technologies. At SAIF 2019, AI leaders forecasted the verified roadmap for AI and Machine Learning engineers to deal with all the challenges, threats, and disruptions.
Here are our reasons why you should have attended the Samsung AI event.
Decoding New-Age Capabilities and Career Avenues
We felt Samsung did a great work in showcasing new-age technology. New engineers and fresh graduates with coding skills and open source support could excel in the AI market. These capabilities were discussed at length during the event through keynotes, presentations, panel discussions, and networking.
- The Future of Mobile, Mobility, and Communications
- Visual and Robot Learning
- Cognitive Learning
- Empirical Natural Language Processing
- Ethical and Responsible AI
- Geometric Deep Learning
- Forecasting and Semi-supervised Learning
- 5G and IoT Systems
- Mobile and Embedded Computing
- AI-based Photorealistic Telepresence
To Achieve Academic Excellence
Samsung AI forum brought together the best minds working with AI and Data Science. Dr. Kinam Kim, President and CEO of Device Solutions at Samsung Electronics introduced the attendees to the theme of the event. From touching ideas in AI ML models to their applications in commercial and domestic areas, the CEO provided ample examples of why AI’s success lies with a single-minded focus on creating opportunities for fresh talent and skillful programmers. At Samsung AI Forum, excellence with AI underlined every discussion.
To Understand and Differentiate Between Machine Intelligence and Human Intelligence
Experts like Carnegie Mellon University’s Prof. Abhinav Gupta of Carnegie Mellon University, Prof. Noah Smith of the University of Washington, Prof. Vaishak Belle of the Scotland’s University of Edinburgh and other esteemed speakers took the mantle of mentoring attendees. These speakers envisioned the blurring boundaries in Machine Learning and Human Intelligence simulation techniques. The classic examples in Computer Vision, Cognitive Learning, and AIOps set the tone straight for every attendee at the event.
If you are to learn the differences between these technologies, Samsung’s AI forum 2019 was just the spot.
Predicting the Future of Smart Technology
At AiThority.com, we interview leaders from niche AI and Machine Learning domains. We ask tons of questions on how to crystal gaze into the “future of tech”. We get diverse answers– all leading to different directions, but eventually converging at one point in the end — “The Future is Bright”. Samsung AI Forum too revealed all the great technologies, innovations, and developments happening in the industry with AI and Deep Learning.
Peek into Samsung’s AI Bakery
Samsung truly understands the nature of consumerism and the technologies that can drive the next phase of development for individuals, businesses, and regions. At the event, Samsung opened its doors wide and far to showcase how Samsung’s latest advancements in the field of AI research benefit millions of users and customers. This year, the company unveiled its on-device AI translation technology that provides users with fast, reliable service even without an internet connection.
Icing on the cake: An Enticing Venue with Great Ambeince, Flooded by Cool AI Geeks
The venue of the event- Samsung Electronics Seoul R&D Campus.
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