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AI strategy studio

February 5, 2020
Woman on stage at EmTech Digital
Woman on stage at EmTech Digital

Are you confident in your AI strategy?

New for 2020: EmTech Digital presents the AI Strategy Studio, an expert-driven pre-conference workshop on real-world, high-impact AI implementations from organizations at the heart of the AI revolution.

- DHL
- Intuit
- JP Morgan Chase
- LinkedIn
- McKinsey Global Institute
- OpenAI
- Stripe
- Verizon Ventures
- Walmart

Join us March 23-25 for EmTech Digital and register for this add-on, exclusive networking lunch and half-day program where you will hear the inside stories from leading organizations about how they have integrated AI into their processes, products, and services. Learn from their experiences and extract best practices to stay a step ahead with your own AI implementation plans.

Reserve your spot today.

Deep Dive

Artificial intelligence

Why Meta’s latest large language model survived only three days online

Galactica was supposed to help scientists. Instead, it mindlessly spat out biased and incorrect nonsense.

DeepMind’s game-playing AI has beaten a 50-year-old record in computer science

The new version of AlphaZero discovered a faster way to do matrix multiplication, a core problem in computing that affects thousands of everyday computer tasks.

A bot that watched 70,000 hours of Minecraft could unlock AI’s next big thing

Online videos are a vast and untapped source of training data—and OpenAI says it has a new way to use it.

Google’s new AI can hear a snippet of song—and then keep on playing

The technique, called AudioLM, generates naturalistic sounds without the need for human annotation.

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