Host Darren Kaplan sits down with Patrick Bangert, VP Artificial Intelligence at Samsung to talk about his latest article on The Future Of AI.
In this episode of The Data Standard, host Darren Kaplan talks about the future of machine learning and AI, and its implementation with Patrick Bangert, the VP Artificial Intelligence at Samsung.
COVID-19 has changed the way we interact with software. With more people self-isolating and staying home, technologies such as AI are skyrocketing in popularity and sophistication. More access to data, better computing resources, and training networks with layers have contributed to today’s AI.
But, following this philosophy of improving all of these parameters isn’t going to get us far. The future and improvement of AI are directly tied to data – as the symbiotic relationship of data and fundamental knowledge of the world dictates progress.
Automatic machine learning is the key to the sophistication of AI – and it’s already being used to shorten training time, streamlining the development process, and automatically generating synthetic AI features.
Tune in with Darren Kaplan and Patrick Bangert and learn all there is to know about the promising future of AI and machine learning and their full potential to change the world.
Co-Founder & Board Member of HiQ Labs
Darren Kaplan is an HR communications strategist and data science influencer who helps businesses leverage data, AR, and cybersecurity. He’s the creator of The Data Standard, one of the top networking places for data-science enthusiasts.
VP Artificial Intelligence at Samsung
Patrick Bangert is a fantastic VP of AI sciences and AI engineering at Samsung SDS America, which develops the Brightics AI Accelerator that promises to provide the simplest, fastest, and most sophisticated automatic machine learning and deep learning.