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Join us at the Deep Learning Summit, San Francisco, 24 - 25 Jan 2019. Learn from industry experts in speech & pattern recognition, neural networks, image analysis and NLP, and explore how deep learning will impact all industries. Sponsored Post.

Join us at the Deep Learning Summit, San Francisco
24 - 25 January 2019

ONE SUMMIT    -    THREE TRACKS   -    EIGHT STAGES

In January, attendees from over 20 countries will meet to learn from industry experts in speech & pattern recognition, neural networks, image analysis and NLP, and explore how deep learning will impact all industries. The event, spread over two days, will welcome over 900 attendees and 90 expert speakers, offering 12+ hours of unrivalled networking opportunities.

NEW FOR 2019: AI IMPACT WORKSHOP TRACK
This year the summit will include a new and extensive 2-day workshop track. This will include a selection of interactive sessions and discussions exploring:
- Learning, Education & Talent
- Advancements & Challenges in Natural Language Processing
- Practical Applications of AI
- Introduction to Deep Learning
- AI for Social Good and many more

Further workshops on future predictions in AI from AI4ALL and AI automation initiatives from Square will also feature in an agenda full of informative and interactive sessions. For the full agenda of workshops click here.

CONFIRMED SPEAKERS INCLUDE:

- Ian Goodfellow, Staff Research Scientist, Google Brain
View an exclusive 
RE-WORK interview with Ian Goodfellow below or click here. 
- Georgia Gkioxari, Research Scientist, Facebook AI Research (FAIR)
- Ilya Sutskever, Co-Founder and Research Director, Open AI
- Chelsea Finn, Research Scientist and Post Doctoral ScholarGoogle Brain
- Sergey Levine, Assistant Professor, UC Berkley

The Deep Learning Summit will bridge the gap between the latest technological research advancements and real-world applications in business and society. The summit will showcase the opportunities of advancing trends in deep learning and examples of their successful applications in business. Where do the challenges still lie in research and application? Learn the latest technological advancements & industry trends from a global line-up of experts.
WHY ATTEND?
YOUR TICKET INCLUDES:
- The chance to meet 900 + leading technologists & innovators
- Access to the NEW co-located workshop track
- 20 + hours of networking with global AI leaders including the option to upgrade your pass and attend an exclusive networking dinner
- Networking drinks for attendees, speakers, and event partners. Pre-reg for networking drinks exclusive to premium ticket holders. 
- Breakfast, lunch, and refreshments provided on both days
- On-demand access to presentations by 70 expert speakers and technical reports
Still not sure what to expect? Find out what you missed at the Deep Learning Summit, San Francisco, January 2018, in the event report with summit highlights, attendee and speaker feedback, an agenda overview, photos, videos, interviews and more. 
DEEP LEARNING SUMMIT, TORONTO, HIGHLIGHTS
Last week at the Deep Learning Summit and the AI for Government Summit in Toronto, leading experts working in AI and Deep Learning came together for the second Canadian edition of the RE-WORK Global Deep Learning Summit Series. Building on the 2017 Montreal event, attendees from over 20 countries came to learn from industry experts in speech & pattern recognition, neural networks, image analysis and NLP and explored how deep learning will impact all industries through interactive workshops, interviews, presentations, networking and more.
  Highlights included presentations from Sara Hooker from Google Brain, David Cox from IBM, Geoffrey Hinton from University of Toronto, and many more global experts.

Q: What is something you wish you knew when you were younger?
A: In 1986 I wish I knew this stuff was going to work! There were so many people who said it was nonsense. I wish I could have told them, you wait, but that would have been a stupid thing to 
say,b ecause it seemed impossible. What I wish I knew now, is whether the brain uses back propagation!
Geoffrey HintonProfessorUniversity of Toronto
  
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