Breakthrough Days - AI for Good Global Summit 2020

#artificialintelligence 

The 2020 Breakthrough Days event aims to generate and fuel meaningful projects in each of this year's three AI for Good Global Summit domains – Gender, Food, and Pandemics – that will advance progress on the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Hear from keynote speakers and participate in interactive workshops designed to launch solutions to some of the world's greatest challenges. "Beneficial AI to advance SDGs" Keynote Speaker: Stuart Russell, Professor of Computer Science at UC Berkeley Moderator: Amir Banifatemi, Chief Innovation Officer, XPRIZE; Chair of the AI for Good Programme Committee In an effort to allow teams to prepare for main stage presentations on Monday and Tuesday, we have designated Friday 25 September as a time for teams and attendees to converse individually. Please use the AI for Good workspace on Slack to continue the conversation. Join us on Monday 28 September as we hear from teams in each of this year's AI for Good Breakthrough Track "What is AI for Good Anyway?" Keynote Speaker: Sasha Luccioni, Postdoctoral Researcher – AI for Humanity, Université de Montréal, Mila – Quebec AI Institute Moderator: Amir Banifatemi, Chief Innovation Officer, XPRIZE; Chair of the AI for Good Programme Committee Keynote Address Keynote Speaker: Peter H. Diamandis, entrepreneur, founder and executive chairman of the XPRIZE Foundation, Bestselling author of "Abundance – The Future Is Better Than You Think" Moderator: Amir Banifatemi, Chief Innovation Officer, XPRIZE; Chair of the AI for Good Programme Committee Interested individuals and teams from around the world have submitted project ideas to the Gender, Food and Pandemics Breakthrough Tracks. After being mentored by world-renowned experts and Brain Trusts, the top three finalists in each domain have been selected to present their project proposals in a series of interactive workshops during the Breakthrough Days event.

Duplicate Docs Excel Report

Title
None found

Similar Docs  Excel Report  more

TitleSimilaritySource
None found