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@iasaGlobal Machine Learning eConference talks are now posted, including mine on distributed #AI systems @kyield http://iasaglobal.org/

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What: ‘Distributed AI Systems for Optimizing Human and Machine Intelligence’ When: Wednesday, 8/17/16 at 11am CDT for live version, IASA Full Members can access recorded version Where: IASA Global eSummit on Machine Learning (free with registration http://iasaglobal.org/august-esummit/ ) I would like to thank Doug McDavid for recommending me as a presenter to IASA Global and for
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Time slot for my talk on distributed AI systems on Aug. 17th is 11 am CDT. All day event, 1hr each w/Q&A, live version is free with registration--recorded for members only. Thanks. 
On the third Wednesday of each month Iasa hosts a Virtual Conference that runs on a real-time schedule. This month’s eSummit features highly recognized subject matter experts in Machine Learning. Interactive webcasts are offered in real-time, while presenter show visuals such as PowerPoint slides and desktop applications. Participants will have the opportunity to interact with the presenters
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I'll be doing a one hour talk for IASA Global on Aug. 17th on distributed AI systems. Time slot TBD but will post when confirmed. We've been doing private presentations for years with senior teams and have been looking for appropriate time and place to do a generic version for the public. Live version is free with registration; recorded access only for full members (annual subscription).

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On the third Wednesday of each month Iasa hosts a Virtual Conference that runs on a real-time schedule. This month’s eSummit features highly recognized subject matter experts in Machine Learning. Interactive webcasts are offered in real-time, while presenter show visuals such as PowerPoint slides and desktop applications. Participants will have the opportunity to interact with the presenters
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An interview with Senior Fellow in the Systems and Infrastructure Group of Google, Jeff Dean, about how Google is marked to become an artificial intelligence company, his various roles across the Google and more.
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“If a company isn’t innovative and its products aren’t unique, they won’t survive in the shark tank that is the auto supply sector,” said Peter Fuss, a partner at EY’s automotive advisory unit.
The auto industry’s self-driving revolution has spurred the biggest two years of car-supplier takeovers in a decade, with more coming as parts makers struggle to keep up with the pace of technological transformation.
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Nice video on O'Keeffe exhibit at Tate Modern in London -- next is Austria, Canada and Australia. Attended unveiling of new acquisition at museum a few days ago -- Georgia's legacy, work and museum are together one of NM's gems that continues to contribute value.
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My wife Betsy and I with our dog Austin at base of Bridal Veil Falls (tallest free falling in CO.@ 365 ft.) on hike above Telluride last week. First vacation in a couple of years; much needed and beneficial. We are hikers -- did three great hikes in area we've visited regularly since first visit in 1985.
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