Speakers & Talks

  • Dirk Gratzel
    Monitoring technologies in the corporate context: does your language betray you?
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    7:30pm - 7:45pm
    Dirk Gratzel, PRECIRE
    Digital becomes human – this is how it should be, if you would ask Dr. Dirk C. Gratzel. “Machines shall understand the way we humans really are. As of today, they only understand which concern we have.” With his vision the CEO and Co-Founder of PRECIRE Technologies makes a Mission Statement as well. Therefore, he and his 35 headed crazy but brilliant team have developed the speech analysis technology PRECIRE®. PRECIRE® decodes speech (spoken and also written speech) and provides fascinating insights into the interaction of personality, communication and behavior. By means of these insights this technology will provide digitalization with a bit more humanity.
  • Anna Ott & Luc Dudler
    How AI and chat bots enhance HR & recruiting
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    7:45pm - 8:00pm
    Anna Ott, hub:raum & Luc Dudler, Job Pal
    Recruitment necessitates the screening of a high volume of aspirants, filtering unsuitable or unqualified candidates, collecting missing data and talking to a variety of jobseekers. Many HR tasks will likely be fully automated in the future. But what's possible in 2017? Let's hear how Luc is planning to augment Anna's job at hub:raum with Chatbots, Machine Learning and NLP.
  • Tilmann Böhme
    Beyond eCommerce: Future Voice Interactions (and how realistic they are to implement today)
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    8:00pm - 8:15pm
    Tilmann Böhme, FutureOfVoice
    The times in which you could talk to machines only in science-fiction movies like StarTrek are over. The progress in artificial intelligence enables machines to understand and talk in a human-like manner. Which use cases will we see on the horizon of possibilities soon and which are still far away and why?
  • Martin Karlsson
    Democratisation of AI Technologies and Practical Considerations
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    8:15pm - 8:30pm
    Martin Karlsson, lateral.io
    Sound advice for developers and those on the way there: let's talk about the state of the current AI Tech Stack and the "you don't need a PhD anymore" hypothesis currently buzzing around in the Artificial Intelligence community.
  • Peer-to-Peer Sessions
    Text | Language | Image/Video | Machine Learning
    8:30pm - 9:15pm
    Peer-to-Peer Sessions
    We will shortly announce further details on the exact format and content of the peer-to-peer discussions that will follow the talks.

About

Berlin’s applied AI community brings together the peers around the best use of Machine Learning – Deep Learning – Cognitive – Augmented Intelligence – Natural Language Processing – Neural Networks – computer vision – and more.

Berlin AI is a community of startups, corporates and academics in the AI sphere focusing on understanding the current state of these technologies, its value add for businesses, and what is in store for the near future. Our recurring gatherings provide talks and round tables to reveal trends, industry insights and practicable approaches of applying technologies around the analysis of text, audio, image, video, and structured data.

Each gathering not only contains talks providing industry insights, trend analysis, and hands-on tips on how to apply machine learning techniques in your business, it will also have Peer-to-Peer sessions on natural language, audio, image + video analysis, and machine learning led by local industry experts.

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