For those who ask if artificial intelligence (AI) will change the world – it already has. Advances in AI have accelerated our ability to consume and act on data. We’ve created machines that can learn on their own using complex calculations involving the largest of data sets.
Yet, there’s no substitute for human ingenuity, intuition and creativity. At SAS, we believe that when AI augments human efforts, we can improve not only the businesses that rely on data, but nearly every facet of our lives.
Join us about O’Reilly Artificial Intelligence Conference April 30-May 2 or on Twitter April 20 to discuss these and other issues surrounding AI.
Twitter chats are for everyone
Before we embark on NYC for the O’Reilly Artificial Intelligence Conference, join us for #SASchat Friday, April 20 at 3pm CEST, 2pm UK, 9am ET as we explore “where human intelligence and creativity meet” with these questions:
- How is AI impacting human creativity?
- What will it take for the public to fully trust AI?
- Can computers be creative?
- What is the biggest accomplishment of AI to date?
- What are untapped opportunities of applied AI?
Here are the highlights from the April 20th #SASChat on Twitter.
SAS at O'Reilly
At the O'Reilly conference we will continue the conversation on augmenting human efforts through advanced analytics. Don’t miss these SAS presentations:
Long-Term Time Series Forecasting With Recurrent Neural Networks
Mustafa Kabul, Senior Data Scientist, SAS
May 1 | 11:55 a.m. – 12:35 p.m.
Improving Wildlife Conservation With Artificial Intelligence
Mary Beth Ainsworth, AI and Language Analytics Strategist, SAS
May 1 | 2:35 – 3:15 p.m.
Well-Established Statistical Techniques + Modern Machine Learning Algorithms
Funda Gunes, Senior Machine Learning Developer, SAS
May 2 | 1:45 – 2:25 p.m.
Online and Active Learning for Recommender Systems
Jorge Silva, Principal Machine Learning Developer, SAS
May 2 | 4:50 – 5:30 p.m.