We'd like to invite you to the 2019 edition of the MIT AI Conference. In the fourth edition of this AI conference, we will focus on the Future of Computing - the rise of Artificial Intelligence & how innovators are leveraging AI to drive new use cases & achieve better outcomes across industries. In particular, we will focus on the following AI areas:
Future of Computing
how hardware & infrastructure innovations are enabling AI
Intelligent RPA & Automation
AI-driven applications in new use cases across industries
how AV companies are driving innovation with AI
AI in Healthcare
how AI is being used to improve healthcare outcomes
AI for Social Good
how AI is being used to create a better world
The conference will embody MIT's tradition of mens et manus - applying technology for real-world impact - by convening a cross-section of leading academics, engineers, business executives, investors, & other experts & luminaries.
Together, we will delve into how frontier technologies built on AI will shape the future & learn about the computing innovations being developed by companies ranging from early-stage startups to the largest corporations. In doing so, we will become better-prepared to bring these technologies from concept to reality, shape how they are deployed at scale, & inspire each other to solve for a better world.
You won't want to miss this conference. Tickets are limited & prices will go up - you can get yours here.
MIT AI Conference 2018:
Last year's MIT AI Conference, focused on how AI/ML is transforming industries, convened more than 1,200 AI/ML experts & enthusiasts (see here for last year's speakers). Over the course of the conference, 121 forward-thinking executives, leading technologists, respected academics, & experienced investors shared insights on the state of AI/ML, how these technologies are transforming industries, & the ongoing gaps between business needs & technical capabilities (see here for videos from last year's conference). This year's conference promises to offer a similarly in-depth exploration of the opportunities in ongoing advances in computing.