By: Kyoko Kobayashi This session started with presentations of real-life experiences implementing AI. The presenters talked about what they went through identifying, planning, implementing and maintaining their AI, automation and Machine Learning cases. What was very useful were their lessons learned and tips on best practices. The presentations were followed by a panel discussion where … Read more
Authored by: Zaynah Bhanji, 15-year-old machine learning and VR/AR developer. Working with companies like Google, TD, Microsoft and CIBC. Keynote Speaker, April 11, 2018, CIO Peer Forum 3 billion people live on less than $2.50 a day. Around half of our world’s population does not have access to essential health services, such as surgical care, medicine, and proper facilities. … Read more
By: Olga Volkoff Worried by all the bad news you are hearing these days? No need – Tanmay Bakshi, the closing keynote speaker at the CIO Peer Forum last week, gave us all some very good reasons to be much more optimistic. In case you don’t already know, Tanmay is the 14-year old from Ontario … Read more
Tanmay Bakshi, began coding at the age of five and is among the youngest cognitive and cloud computing developers, building applications engineered to augment human capabilities via Deep Learning. Now 14, his passion for learning and sharing about numerous topics such as Cognitive & AI, Tanmay is transforming the way technology is used to overcome … Read more
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a term we’ve all heard frequently within the last few years and is expected to last for many years to come. To simply put it, AI is the ability of machines to work and react like us human beings. Some capabilities include speech recognition, problem solving, learning and planning. Within the technology industry, AI has become a priority and a focus for many companies.
Cognitive computing, artificial intelligence, or augmented intelligence: no matter what name is used, this disruptive technology will create transformative change in many industries. The Calgary Chapter September luncheon event was organized to ensure that our CIOCAN members aren’t blind-sided by this phenomenon. Those who were able to join us had the chance to explore with … Read more