Many say 2017 is the year of AI, but what's that actually mean for entrepreneurs, investors, and executives? Experts from Two Sigma Ventures, Samsung NEXT, and Rollio provide insights next week. Join us and walk away with a clearer focus on AI and an understanding of how you might apply the powerful technology to your own ventures.
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Matt Greenwood - Chief Innovation Officer at Two Sigma Investments: Two Sigma Ventures is a division of Two Sigma that seeks to invest in companies that push the boundaries of an industry and bring real progress to the world, by harnessing the power of data science, machine learning, distributed computing, artificial intelligence, advanced hardware, and related fields.
Vincent Tang - Lead Machine Learning Engineer at Samsung Accelerator: The accelerator partners with innovators to build ideas into products, grow products into businesses, and scale businesses that leverage and transform the Samsung ecosystem.Started in 2013 on a mission to create breakout software and services and foster a startup culture at Samsung.
Jake Soffer - Co-Founder & CEO at Rollio: Rollio is Artificial Intelligence (AI) built into your Sales Team’s core. By allowing reps to update anything in Salesforce all via a simple text or voice, it powers your sales team’s intelligence, drives sales performance, and of course, makes your team happy that they can now spend their time closing deals, rather than filling out Salesforce. Now, you can hand back hours of valuable selling time and improve CRM usage all at once for your company.
Steven Kuyan - Managing Director at NYU Future Labs: Steven Kuyan is Managing Director of the Future Labs at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering, a non-equity based seed to series A program for early stage startups. He co-founded and is responsible for managing the Data Future Lab, Digital Future Lab, AI NexusLab and Veterans Future Lab. On campus, Steven develops strategic initiatives to accelerate innovation at the University through programs that establish and support student ventures.