How To Build An A.I. Startup - NEXT Academy Talks
Do the words "Data Science", "Artificial Intelligence", or "Driving Cars" excite you?
With all the hype around data science, A.I. and autonomous driving, what exactly is real and what is simply wishful thinking? (or Hollywood imagination).
With the presence of big players like Google, Amazon and Baidu in the space, where do startups come into the picture, and how does someone considering a career in these fields find a niche?
In this special talk, JiaQing will answer some of these questions as well as share his experience of building and working with a A.I. community.
You'll also get to tap into his best kept data science secrets as well as examples of how to build a machine-learning recommendation system, much like the ones used by Amazon and Netflix.
More importantly, he'll be sharing the insights he gained along the way on How to build a defensible startup in deep tech.
If this sounds like your cup of tea, come join us for a fun-filled evening as we explore these exciting technologies!
- Date: Monday, 10th July 2017
- Time: 8pm-9pm (KL Time)
- Venue: NEXT Academy, A-G-7 Glomac Damansara, Jalan Damansara, 60000 Kuala Lumpur.
Here's a little about our speaker:
"Jia Qing is the Founder and CEO of OpenSourceSDC, where they are empowering anyone to create breakthroughs in artificial intelligence and autonomous driving technology and get recognised for it. He is the first non-NVIDIAN in Asia-Pacific to be certified as a NVIDIA Deep Learning Institute instructor, has experience teaching data science and also founded the Singapore Self-driving Car Engineering Meetup community. In addition, he was formerly part of the Portfolio Company Growth team at SGInnovate where he was in-charge of building the Deep Tech community in Singapore."
8:00 PM - 9:00 PM MYT
Standard SOLD OUT RM10.00 NEXT Academy Students/Alumni SOLD OUT RM10.00
- Venue Address
- A-G-7 Glomac Damansara, Jalan Damansara, 60000 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia
3 min walk from TTDI MRT Station, Beside 7 Eleven
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