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18 Jun 2017 The New Era of Artificial Intelligence: Robots, Jobs, the Economy and How Machine Intelligence Can Affect You [64199]
Wednesday, September 13th, 2017: 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM

CIC - Miami

After billions of dollars and decades of research, we are entering a new era of robotics and conscious artificial intelligence. A.I. is poised to transform our society as did the internet years ago. We are already using A.I. when we use speech recognition software, Google Translate, and many other apps and services. Nearly all of the largest software and social media companies are working towards integrating some form of A.I. into their product and service, including Facebook, Twitter, and Microsoft.

Today, we have Robotic helpers, driverless cars, problem solving A.Is, and we're just getting started. Machine Intelligence has the potential to usher in a new age of technology like we've never seen before that will have a tremendous impact on job markets, the economy, and our everyday lives.

In this discussion we'll look at the technological changes that are sweeping through our world and the future effects that A.I can have on our economy and our personal lives. The good and also the dangers of A.I. that we'll need to face. Join us for a deep learning discussion and ask yourself: Are you ready for this new era of machine intelligence?

MIT Enterprise Forum of South Florida
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11 Jun 2017 The New Era of Artificial Intelligence: Robots, Jobs, the Economy and How Machine Intelligence Can Affect You [64032]
Wednesday, September 13th, 2017: 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM

CIC - Miami

After billions of dollars and decades of research, we are entering a new era of robotics and conscious artificial intelligence. A.I. is poised to transform our society as did the internet years ago. We are already using A.I. when we use speech recognition software, Google Translate, and many other apps and services. Nearly all of the largest software and social media companies are working towards integrating some form of A.I. into their product and service, including Facebook, Twitter, and Microsoft.

Today, we have Robotic helpers, driverless cars, problem solving A.Is, and we're just getting started. Machine Intelligence has the potential to usher in a new age of technology like we've never seen before that will have a tremendous impact on job markets, the economy, and our everyday lives.

In this discussion we'll look at the technological changes that are sweeping through our world and the future effects that A.I can have on our economy and our personal lives. The good and also the dangers of A.I. that we'll need to face. Join us for a deep learning discussion and ask yourself: Are you ready for this new era of machine intelligence?

MIT Enterprise Forum of South Florida
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05 Jun 2017 Lessons From Trekking The Arctic That Leaders Can Apply To Digital Transformation [64154]
By Krystal Rose

Krystal Rose writes, "Business leaders looking for direction in their digital transformation initiatives often look to top executives, consultants, coaches, and case studies. There are also lessons in leadership that can be uncovered in unlikely places, such as the North and South poles.

Robert Swan, polar explorer and author, is the first person in history to journey to both the North and South poles. He led a team in 1986 through Antarctica and a team in 1989 through the North Pole. As a customer experience consultant with Oracle, I had the privilege of conducting an interview with Swan that was streamed on Facebook Live during Oracle's 2017 Modern Customer Experience Conference..."
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05 Jun 2017 Here's How To Hire (And Keep) Great Developers [64086]
Fast Company, June 5th 2017

"As commencement ceremonies wrap up across the country, throngs of new grads are revising resumes, networking - a few might be prepping for one last summer of travel - but they're almost all thinking about the same thing: jobs. That means recruiters will soon have a new crop of young talent to sort through.

Of all the roles they'll have to fill, developer jobs can be one of the trickiest. Developers have more power over most of our lives than we tend to think. Sometimes it's something tiny, like the way 'snooze' works on your smartphone's alarm clock; sometimes it's something bigger, like the stories Facebook's algorithm puts into your news feed. Yet despite developers' hidden influence, most businesses, especially outside of Silicon Valley, still treat them like glorified typists..."
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30 May 2017 Big Data Experts In Big Demand [63908]
Data Center Knowledge, May 30th 2017

"Data scientist, named the best job in America for 2016 by the job site Glassdoor, is a mashup of traditional careers, from data analysis, economics, and statistics to computer science and others.

Although tech companies Microsoft, Facebook, and IBM employ the most data scientists (227, 132, and 98, respectively), according to a report by RJ Metrics, these professionals are also in demand in non-tech sectors. Kohl's, AAA, and Publisher's Clearing House are all searching for at least one on Glassdoor..."
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