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MassIntelligence: The Age of Machine Learning

November 9, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 4:15 pm

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2nd Annual MassIntelligence Conference: A one-day full stacked intelligence tech conference

This one-day conference will feature industry leaders sharing insights into their pioneering work in artificial intelligence through sensors and infrastructure as applied to consumer tech, healthcare, and transportation.

We will also get a glimpse into the future as we combine the MassIntelligence conference with the Future of Robotics and IoT, where university researchers share their lab’s cutting-edge work as they make advances in bio-inspired, collaborative, healthcare and transportation robotics.

MassIntelligence will bring together industry, academia and venture capital professionals to talk about what’s next.

Sessions Include:

Optimizing Customer Engagement
Companies that are using AI and machine learning applications to learn behaviors and offer personalized experiences will reap the benefits of expanded, engaged and loyal customer bases. Leaders from a diverse set of companies will discuss their efforts in data collection, analysis and machine learning to individualize and change their way of business.

Transportation & Mobility: What’s research, what’s reality, what’s next?
Transportation is one of the most fundamental aspects facing humanity around the world. Advances in the automotive industry will allow all individuals to travel in a variety of conditions. Our panel of experts will discuss the role AI currently plays, what is being deployed in vehicles today, and what is on the horizon, both in and outside of the vehicles.

Intelligent Connected Cities
A connected city brings benefits to the residents and the municipal agencies and departments that serve them. For instance, smart lighting is more efficient, saving substantial costs to the city which can be passed down to the residents, and it also provides added safety and security. Connected cars and street lights can enable traffic managers to control traffic lights to optimize the flow of traffic in the most congested areas. From services to safety a smart, connected city, will be a successful and economically sound city.

Ethics Around AI
Decisions derived from data have the ability to drastically change the way a company operates, interacts with its customers, and creates products. As machines become capable of helping make these decisions, it is the humans that must adhere to a set of standards for governance, privacy, and ethics. Our panel will lead us through the six basic principles for AI: fairness, safety, privacy, inclusiveness, accountability, and transparency.


November 9, 2018
9:00 am - 4:15 pm
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The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
600 Atlantic Avenue
Boston, MA 02210 United States