The Tech Tip-Off! Tech Panel: AI, Machine Learning and Innovation By: Tech in Motion Events
The Tech Tip-Off!
Tech Panel: AI, Machine Learning and Innovation
By: Tech in Motion Events
The Tech Tip-Off! for this week is hosted by Tech in Motion Events. Today, Thursday, July 20, 2017, there is a tech panel called AI, Machine Learning, & Automation being held in Irving California. The event goes from 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM PDT at UCI Applied Innovation. The panelists include California- local technology trailblazers bringing the various new technological advances and inventions to the public.
There will be complimentary food and drink served at the beginning of the event (from 6:00-7:00 PM), giving attendees a moment to branch out to fellow techies. The panel discussion will begin at 7:00 PM and last for 45 minutes. Following the discussion, discussion there will be a brief Q&A for audience members. Finally, from 8:00 PM - 8:30 PM, the innovators will conclude the discussion portion of the vent and give attendees another brief chance to network.
The moderator of the event is Neil Sahota who is an IBM Master Inventor. He has worked in the industry for more than 15 years and helps to develop next generation products. He is also a business savvy leader with a background at IBM Global Business Services. Speakers of the event include Erik Hubberman who is the founder and CEO of Hawke Media. Hawke Media is a marketing service that has branched out in the Artificial Intelligence field. John Fitch, founder of Air Stream, is also speaking at the event. Fitch has 20+ years background in AI/ML engineering. Fitch is interested in developing more tech companies in Orange County. Tony Sarris, founder and principal of N2Semantics, will also lending his voice to the panel. Tony focuses on the technical architecture of semantic technologies. He applies his semantic research capabilities to other markets. Andrew Bermudez is another panelist at the event. He is the CEO and co-founder of a technology company called Digsy AI. Other unannounced speakers are expected to join the panel as well!
There will be so many important faces of technology in one building discussing their strategies of incorporating new technological advances into several different industries and markets. The best part about the event (besides it being free) is you can attend from all over. That's right, you can live stream it! So Arizona techies, don't worry, you can also join in on the community news and insightful lessons from the guest speakers. Click here to tune into the live event!
To learn more about this event and other upcoming occasions visit: www.techinmotionevents.com