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Thursday, August 23 • 10:30am - 11:00am
Artificial Intelligence at the Edge

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Machine learning and AI models now outperform humans on tasks ranging from image recognition to language translation. However, sending video, audio, and other sensor data up to the cloud and back is too slow for apps like Snapchat, features like “Hey, Siri!”, and autonomous machines like self-driving cars. Artificial Intelligence has transitioned from a moonshot idea to accessible technology. Developers seeking to provide seamless user experiences must now move their models down to devices on the edge of the network where they can run faster, at lower cost, and with greater privacy. As a result, the way we design, build, and market technology products is playing catch-up. To deliver the best experiences we must create AI-first applications, in the same way that we transitioned to create mobile-first applications.

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Jameson Toole, PhD

CEO and Cofounder, Fritz
Dr. Jameson Toole is the CEO and cofounder of Fritz—building tools to help developers optimize, deploy, and manage machine learning models on mobile devices. He holds undergraduate degrees in Physics, Economics, and Applied Mathematics from the University of Michigan as well as... Read More →

Thursday August 23, 2018 10:30am - 11:00am
Room 404 Boston University Questrom School of Business, 595 Commonwealth Avenue Boston

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