The first talk of today is “Recent lessons from Broadcast IP deployments: A Grass Valley perspective” by Mark Hilton, Infrastructure Products VP, Grass Valley.
Mark Townsley (Cisco and Ecole Polytechnique) and Guillaume Sauvage de Saint Marc (Cisco) kicking off Day 2 of the symposium, with Guiaume giving a light talk about shapeshifting….err, #shifthappens
Maks Ovsjanikov from Ecole Polytechnique closes out today’s talks by a seminar called “Multi-modal AI” – and, which he subtiles by “An User’s Perspective”.
Digging into hardware, and understanding the relationship between Machine Learning / Deep Learning, and HPC,
And the last talk befor the coffee break is “Automated Predictive Models: AI Driven AI” – which sounds intriguingly recursive. By Benoit Gourdon, CEO & Remi Coletta, CTO – TellMePlus.
Polytechnique graduate (X09) and Facebook Research Engineer Martin Raison kicks off the discussion on “Virtual assistants: from engineering to research” Martin did his Polytechnique 3rd year research internship at Cisco Paris Research and Innovation Lab in Paris, then went on to Stanford, to Facebook, to create a startup, which then was acquired and folded him… Read More »
Next up, Session Chair Hugo Latapie introduces the ML/DL part of the session: An interesting talk called “Real-world ML/DL Deployment at Scale”, by James Jones, Customer Solutions Architect, Cisco.
Kicking off the afternoon session “A.I., THE IMPACT ON INFRASTRUCTURE” The Future of AI: from Deep Learning to Deep Understanding, Ben Goertzel, Chief Scientist, Novamente
And the last talk of the ICN slot is “Multicast: How do we solve the ‘crying baby’ problem?”, Dr. Mayutan Arumathrai, University of Goettingen. Inquiring mind wanting to know: does the crying baby solution also apply to airplane cabins?