The State of AI / Artificial Intelligence – Networking and Panel Discussion with Experts

Venue

General Assembly Boston

125 Summer Street, Boston, MA 02110

Boston, MA, US, 02110

Today, tech startups and corporate giants alike are experimenting with artificial intelligence. We know it’s coming, but where are we in the advent of AI and how soon will it weave into our daily lives—or has it already?


Overview:​ From applications in AI across industries to major ethical debates, the panel will discuss the state of artificial intelligence and how it’s evolved.


What You’ll Take Away: Attendees will learn about major trends in artificial intelligence and take away key use cases to look out for in the coming years.


Why It Matters: Your job–and all aspects of your life– will be impacted greatly by artificial intelligence in the very near future. Learn how to harness the power of AI to make it work to your benefit.


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About the Presenters:


Navid Alipour- Co-Founder and Managing Partner, Analytics Ventures


Navid Alipour – Co-Founder and Managing Partner, Analytics Ventures


Navid co-founded Analytics Ventures, a global venture studio providing end to end infrastructure to ideate, plan, form, launch, fund and validate brand new ventures in Artificial Intelligence. Navid has co-founded and invested in multiple AI based companies including CureMetrix and CureMatch. He looks to identify top tier scientists, academics or corporate partners, and then to work with them to turn their R&D into viable businesses. Navid serves on the board of Tech San Diego, helping develop San Diego’s now thriving eco-system. He also serves on the boards of CureMetrix, AV Lab, Kazuhm, AlphaTrAI & AdTheos. He has been a panelist, judge, speaker or moderator at forums such as UCSD, USD, SDSU, CyberHive, HeraHub, MIT Forum, RSNA, U.S. News STEM Conference, and CONNECT. Navid holds a BA from UC San Diego, and a JD/MBA from the University of San Diego.


3 more leaders in AI will be added shortly!


Chris Requena




Chris Requena (moderator) – Lead OrganizerBoston New Technology and Chief Partnerships Officer, Cape Ann Development


Chris is an app/software innovator, business grower, community builder and people connector. Since 2011, Chris has led the tech and startup group, Boston New Technology, growing it into one of the largest in the world. BNT startups get extensive publicity and support from the community at monthly events and via BNT’s network. Chris also co-founded hubEngage, a platform for employee communication and engagement. Chris is also Chief Partnerships Officer at Cape Ann Development Partners, which offers enterprise-class software, app and web development services. Chris greatly enjoys collaborating with clients and users to design and build innovative solutions that solve problems. Follow @CERequena.


Event Partners:





General Assembly


General Assembly is a pioneer in education and career transformation, specializing in today’s most in-demand skills. The leading source for training, staffing, and career transitions, we foster a flourishing community of professionals pursuing careers they love. www.GeneralAssemb.ly  /  @GA_Boston


Boston New Technology is Supported by:


Enterprise-class software, app and web development for startups! We offer the best value for early-stage companies who are not ready to hire full-time technical staff.


Cape Ann Development – Enterprise-class software, app and web development for startups! We offer the best value for early-stage companies who are not ready to hire full-time technical staff or need to quickly augment their existing IT staff. Visit www.CapeAnnDevelopment.com / Email Chris Requena: Chris “at” CapeAnnDevelopment.com


Kazuhm - Maximize Your IT Resources


Kazuhm is a next-generation workload optimization platform that empowers companies to maximize all compute resources, from desktop to server, to cloud. Kazuhm securely and efficiently recaptures unused processing power to boost productivity and minimize unnecessary IT investment.


In efforts to build a community of like-minded individuals, Kazuhm launched the Get Your Head Out of the Cloud (GYHOTC) movement. Become a Cloud Buster and bring a more-balanced approach to cloud computing to your community. See what’s in it for you! Contact: info “at” kazuhm.com  / Follow @headout_ofCloud 


The Yard: Back Bay Office and Coworking Community


The Yard: Back Bay – Coworking, dedicated desks, and private offices in the Hancock. The Yard offers flexible, month-to-month memberships for entrepreneurs and creatives across Boston, NYC, Philadelphia, and DC. Members have access to high-tech conference rooms, lounges, monthly events and hundreds of business amenities. Sign up for a tour and get a FREE week trial here!


Agenda:


6:00 – 6:45 pm: Networking with pizza and salad served


6:45 – 7:30 pm: Panel kicks off with an introduction from GA


7:30 – 8:00 pm: Q&A


8:00 – 8:30 pm: Networking


Directions & Public Transportation:


General Assembly is 2 blocks from the MBTA Red line South Station at 125 Summer St, Boston, MA (at intersection with High St – map here). Show ID at the security desk and come to the 13th floor.

Parking:


There are parking meters along Atlantic Ave and other area streets, but we recommend parking at the Garage at Post Office Square ($9 after 4 pm) or LAZ Parking’s 100 High St Garage ($11 after 5:30).


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