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Distinguished Speaker Series
The talk will focus on use cases related to smart culture, (e.g. enrichment of cultural heritage collections of artworks, videos, newspapers, etc.), and will show how the CrowdTruth framework (http://crowdtruth.org) facilitates data collection, processing and analytics of human computation knowledge.
Can we trust an autonomous vehicle to share the same road, lane, sidewalk or the community where we live? In this talk, Dr. Ashish Kundu will discuss some of the pillars of trusting theses ransportation robots expected to solve one of the most challenging problems of computing.
In this Dr. Tanveer Syeda-Mehmood (IBM Fellow and the Chief Scientist/overall lead for the global Medical Sieve Radiology Grand Challenge project in IBM Research) will discusses the role of deep learning techniques in decision support giving examples in radiology and cardiology imaging.
The web is a reflection of us, the people. We carry our biases to the cyberspace. The goal of the talk is to point out the the different biases that affect all of us on the Web. Awareness is the first step to be able to fight and reduce the vicious cycle of bias.
In a panel discussion, Rick Hutley & Jim Hetrick will discuss what evolving concepts in Big Data, Data Science and Machine Learning, AI and cognitive applications mean to management in present business world. How managers can use data science and the kinds of questions they can (and can’t) expect Analytics to address for them?