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Putting the machines to work for you might be easier than you think

07-26-2017 01:23 PM CET | IT, New Media & Software

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The agenda for Minds Mastering Machines (Mcubed) is complete, with almost 40 of the smartest brains in machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) due in London on 9th-11th October, to not just talk about AI and machine learning technology but to show how it’s used it in real world organisations. Brought to you by Heise Medien and Situation Publishing (The Register), Mcubed will bring together experts in AI, machine learning and data science to help architects, developers and CIOs get on the path to a more intelligent technological future.

Attendees now have less than a month to secure the best possible deal on tickets for the conference, with the early bird ticket sale ending on 31st July.

The programme committee for Mcubed considered over 100 proposals for conference sessions, whittling them down to an agenda that will not only tell attendees what the potential of machine learning and AI is, but will show how other organisations are putting the technology to work today.

With an emphasis on practical sessions, neophytes can get up to speed with the key concepts underpinning machine learning and AI with sessions taking a deep dive into the core concepts involved, or examining the key algorithms.

More experienced practitioners can examine key tools and techniques in depth, such as TensorFlow or Caffe. At the same time, they can learn from speakers who have applied these to projects in companies such as Ocado and OpenTable, or in areas such as cybersecurity, finance, construction engineering or exotic matter research.

Furthermore, attendees will benefit from sessions covering the legal, ethical and organisational challenges of applying machine learning and AI in both traditional organisations and startups. Added to the mix will be sessions looking at driverless cars and robots, as well as a brace of excellent keynote speakers in the shape of Goldsmiths’ Mark Bishop and Google DeepMind's Melanie Warrick.

This is the perfect line-up not just for people contemplating an initial foray into machine learning and AI, but also for those looking take their existing projects to the next level.

Find out more about Mcubed sessions and register your attendance here:


For more information, please contact Joe Fay at Situation Publishing, or 020 3714 1081

Situation Publishing
Situation Publishing is the home of The Register, The Channel and The Next Platform, which together form one of the most vocal and influential communities in the tech world.

About Heise Medien
Publishing group Heise Medien publish telephone books, directories and magazines – both print and digitally. Heise Medien is known for its two renowned IT magazines c’t and iX, as well as for its technology magazine Technology Review. The IT news site Heise online has consistently been one of the most widely-used IT news services in Germany since 1994. Heise Events organise conferences and workshops for IT specialists.

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