Statistical Inference as Software Engineering

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Columbus Collaboratory

1375 Perry Street

Columbus, OH 43201

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Breakfast and a Brief History of AI Powered Software

Join us for our next Executive Breakfast topic, Statistical Inference as Software Engineering, presented by Columbus Collaboratory experts Slava Nikitin, Data Scientist, and Pete Gordon, Software Quant Virtuoso.

Software powered through Artificial Intelligence (AI) is on a steep growth trajectory, and business leaders need to understand what it is and how it works to make the most of it.

Columbus Collaboratory Data Scientist, Slava Nikitin and Software Quant Virtuoso, Pete Gordon have answers.

At the end of this Executive Breakfast, you’ll understand:

  1. What AI powered software is
  2. How AI powered software is built
  3. How AI powered software differs from traditional software

The talk will begin with a short history of software engineering (Software 1.0) and then move on to the history of AI as automated inference, which is creating an opportunity for Software 2.0. Slava and Pete will discuss the design of AI systems along with their pros and cons, and they will provide concrete examples that tie it all together.

Ultimately, their proposed perspective of Automated Inference powered by a certain stack of hardware and software will provide a powerful framework for solving interesting and valuable problems that are beyond the reach of Software 1.0.

Don’t miss out on this rare opportunity to learn from our experts. Space is limited, so register today!

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