In the past decade, we've seen a significant progression and transformation in facial detection, image recognition, and pattern recognition. With significant use cases such as security, gaming, and motion monitoring, many new companies are trying to leverage the technology for their new ventures. We'll discuss how startups can understand and leverage the technology, as well as what VCs and corporations can expect from the industry.
Join us for insightful discussion, great community, and a clearer understanding of computer vision and pattern recognition. Refreshments will be served.
"Julian's research aims to make computer games adapt to their players through finding out what players want (whether they know it or not) and creating new game levels, challenges or rules that suit the players. Additionally, I'm working on some more theoretical topics in learning and optimization. Specialties: Game AI, procedural content generation, player modeling, game data mining, computational creativity, embodied artificial intelligence, evolutionary computation."
Chaim has led Product and Engineering teams at Google and Skype in recent years. Prior to this Chaim was instrumental in several startups in the video conferencing and streaming industry. Specialties: Software Engineering, Ip Networking, Video Conferencing, Voip, Streaming, IT Operations, Vendor negotiations, Staff development.
Steven cofounded and is responsible for managing the Data Future Lab, Digital Future Lab, AI NexusLab, and Veterans Future Lab. He develops strategic initiatives to accelerate innovation at NYU Tandon School of Engineering through programs that establish and support student ventures.