AI for Human Language 2020
Event submitted on Monday, October 12th 2020, approved by Henry Dalzel ✓
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This would be an excellent conference for those with working with Artificial Intelligence technology and also living and working in Tel Aviv
Conference Event Summary
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Understanding human language—the most challenging form of big data—is today an essential business function. AI capable of deriving meaning from written and spoken words enables us to better understand customers, verify identities, anticipate world events, and solve crimes.
Over 1,000 researchers, developers, data scientists, entrepreneurs, and business leaders will discuss recent advancements in artificial intelligence, computational linguistics, deep learning, data science, and applied machine learning. In over 50 talks, leading experts and researchers will give examples of how AI for human language understanding is being applied to solve real-world problems.
This conference is an excellent setting for participants to demonstrate the application of their work in practical domains. Plenary keynotes will be followed by multiple tracks for case studies, technical presentations, and tutorials.
Among the main summit, topics are
AI Case studies and innovations
NLP, Conversational AI, chatbots, voice bots
Human behavior analysis and modeling from unstructured data
Deep learning, Machine learning, Transfer learning
Automotive, CRM, Health care, Financial services
Fraud Detection, Privacy, and Security, Risk Analysis
Cybersecurity, National security, and law enforcement
Knowledge graph generation and enrichment
Regional focus, e.g. Semitic languages, Asian languages, etc.