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Many of the most experienced AI teams are working in academic environments. Doing research, writing papers, educating students, participating in international conferences with presentations and also often in AI competitions are the tasks that they face. There are also industry partnerships where research work is done for an external industry client.
NNAISENSE was with all its founders also doing this at IDSIA.
What are the differences now once working as an independent company for clients?
What tasks can be done now that academics cannot do and why?
These and other questions will be answering in a short presentation and then discussing it too.

When: Fri, Aug 26, 2022 · 11:30 AM · Berlin
Duration: 45 minutes
Language: English
Who can attend? Everyone
Dial-in available? (listen only): No
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter Ralf Haller
EVP Sales & Marketing at NNAISENSE
With over 28 years of managerial experience in product, IT, business development, and marketing, Ralf is responsible for bringing many of the world’s leading big data, AI, and machine learning startups to international conferences in Europe. Having worked for five years as a product manager in Silicon Valley, he directly contributed to the building of the world’s first gigabit and terabit routers. Before that, he spent four years in China during the years in which the country opened up to foreign investment from the West. Ralf holds an MA in electrical engineering and radio frequency technology from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) in Germany and a degree in data engineering from the UCSC.
Webinar hosting presenter
Co-founder, CEO an NNAISENSE
American by birth, Gallego at heart, Faustino’s career in AI started with a fascination for how the principles of natural selection could be harnessed to train neural networks for autonomous control tasks. Prior to co-founding NNAISENSE he was a senior researcher at IDSIA, where he studied how this neuroevolution approach could be brought to bear on the real world. Now a recovering scientist based in Austin, he builds intelligence-free guitars in his spare time.
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