Jun
24
6:00 PM18:00

AI LA x ML Together Present: Working with Machine Learning Models on Edge Devices

The AI LA Community and ML Together are teaming up to present a technical workshop. As ML applications become a part of everyday life, device manufacturers are creating solutions to run these applications without the need for constant connectivity or power-hungry GPUs.

In this workshop, we'll explore various examples of edge devices for ML applications, how to train/prepare models for use on edge devices, and how to deploy these devices. We'll also discuss the various frameworks supported by these devices including TensorFlow Lite.

RSVP: https://ml_onedge.eventbrite.com

Skill level needed: A basic knowledge of ML/DS terminology (training sets, models, frameworks).

What to bring: If attendees would like to follow along or participate with the workshop, a laptop is required.

We will provide edge devices like the Google Coral, but feel free to bring your own if you have any!

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AI LA x ML Together Present: Working with Machine Learning Models on Edge Devices
Jun
24
6:00 PM18:00

AI LA x ML Together Present: Working with Machine Learning Models on Edge Devices

The AI LA Community and ML Together are teaming up to present a technical workshop. As ML applications become a part of everyday life, device manufacturers are creating solutions to run these applications without the need for constant connectivity or power-hungry GPUs.

In this workshop, we'll explore various examples of edge devices for ML applications, how to train/prepare models for use on edge devices, and how to deploy these devices. We'll also discuss the various frameworks supported by these devices including TensorFlow Lite.

RSVP REQUIRED: https://ml_onedge.eventbrite.com

Skill level needed: A basic knowledge of ML/DS terminology (training sets, models, frameworks).

What to bring: If attendees would like to follow along or participate with the workshop, a laptop is required.

We will provide edge devices like the Google Coral, but feel free to bring your own if you have any!

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AI LA Symposium: AI, Ethics, and Fairness
Jun
20
6:30 PM18:30

AI LA Symposium: AI, Ethics, and Fairness

The AI LA Community is hosting its second annual symposium to explore the ethical landscape of artificial intelligence (AI) and what we can do as individuals.

TICKET REQUIRED: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ai-la-symposium-ai-ethics-and-fairness-tickets-62179624932

We have a well-rounded expert panel including a professor of applied ethics, a policymaker, a researcher, and a product practitioner.
We are looking to cover both theoretical and practical grounds, and to survey today’s ethical landscape.

Following the panel, we’ll be facilitating a 45 minute workshop grounded on Moral Foundations Theory, meant to actively engage the audience to recognize their own ethical biases and perspectives.

The workshop will be facilitated by Jenny Liang, Design Strategist and Lecturer at Otis School of Design.

PANELISTS

Peter Eckersley, Director of Research for Partnership on AI. Peter leads the Partnership’s research practice on topics associated with PAI’s mission, including on best practices for the ethics, safety, fairness, inclusiveness, trust, and robustness for AI research, applications, and services. His work focuses both on projects directed and executed by PAI and in external collaboration with PAI’s membership and other stakeholders. Peter’s AI research interests are broad, and include prior work on measuring progress in the AI ecosystem, figuring out how to translate ethical and safety concerns into mathematical constraints, and setting sound policies around high-stakes machine learning applications such as self-driving vehicles, recidivism prediction, cybersecurity, and military uses of AI.

Brian Green, Director of Technology Ethics at Santa Clara University's Markkula Center for Applied Ethics. Brian is also a lecturer (adj.) in SCU's Graduate School of Engineering. Brian’s doctorate and MA degrees in ethics and social theory come from the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley. His undergraduate background is genetics, biological anthropology, and molecular biology (UC Davis), where he worked primarily with human mitochondrial DNA and viral gene therapy vectors. His MA thesis was on the Vatican's ethical position on human genetic manipulation. His PhD dissertation was on the anthropological foundations of naturalistic ethics, dealing particularly with solutions to the is-ought problem.

Aaina Agarwal, is a Project Specialist on the AI/Machine Learning team at the World Economic Forum Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, which focuses on developing solutions for technology governance solutions that maximize benefits for society. She works with the Head of the AI team to advance policy projects in collaboration with the government, business, academic and civil society partners across the world. Projects range from work with UNICEF on AI and child rights to designing government policies focused on the public procurement of AI. The Forum also convenes a Global AI Council comprised of leaders shaping the field of artificial intelligence to inform its project work and extends project solutions to the global south through a network of newly established affiliate centres. Prior to joining the Forum Aaina was a human rights lawyer consulting on matters of AI at Data & Society in New York, after completing a Masters of Law degree focused on Tech Policy and Human Rights at NYU Law. Before that she worked as a corporate lawyer focused on emerging companies in Los Angeles, having received her JD from USC and her undergraduate degree from Duke. She currently lives in San Francisco but at heart, her home is LA.

Ammon Haggerty, VP Design and Co-founder of Formation. Ammon is a multidisciplinary technology innovator with a passion for solving difficult problems. With more than 25 years as an interaction design practitioner, he is able to approach challenges from a holistic perspective and introduce novel and game-changing solutions. At Formation he leads the design team across product, customer, marketing, and R&D. As a co-founder at Formation, he helps to drive its vision of a platform that understands and serves human behavior. Formation uses reinforcement learning and big data to learn how to meet customers along their natural journeys, then deliver highly engaging and relevant experiences that can incentivize new and lasting behaviors.

MODERATOR

Arturo Perez, Founder of Kluge Interactive.

The panel’s central points will be captured and illustrated by designer, Yasmine Molavi, Lead Designer at Swell.

SCHEDULE

6:30 PM - Networking with food and libations
7:10 PM - Introduction to the event by AI LA Founder, Todd Terrazas
7:15 PM - XPRIZE Ethics Presentation
7:20 PM - Panel
8:20 PM - Q&A
8:50 PM - Workshop
9:30 PM - 10:30 pm - Networking

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AI LA Ethics, Tacos, & Tequila Tuesday
Jun
11
6:00 PM18:00

AI LA Ethics, Tacos, & Tequila Tuesday

During the month of June, the AI LA Community is exploring the ethical landscape of artificial intelligence (AI) and what we can do as individuals.

To kick it off, please join us at our casual happy hour at Kluge’s Loft in Marina Del Rey.

RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ai-la-ethics-tacos-tequila-tuesday-tickets-62848046198

Arturo Perez, CEO of Kluge and moderator for this month’s event on Ethics, will give us a preview of our event the following Thursday with a little talk covering his philosophical perspective. Come ready to discuss your ethical concerns, and where you see opportunity to create a better version of ourselves!

Our audience includes designers, developers, AI practitioners, and researchers over food and drinks.

See you soon!

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The Future of Work @ Google
May
16
6:30 PM18:30

The Future of Work @ Google

We are proud to be partnering with Google again to discuss the Future of Work and how artificial intelligence and robotics will disrupt the workplace, but also create new opportunities. It's not a dystopian future as depicted in entertainment or the press.

Please come out with an open mind and your questions.

RSVP: https://futureofwork_google.eventbrite.com

SPEAKERS

Kyle Jackson - Founder and CEO of Talespin, an enterprise software solutions company that leverages immersive technology (VR / AR / MR) to transform the way global workforces learn, work, and collaborate. A prolific entrepreneur and prominent public speaker, Kyle has founded and led five successful companies spanning enterprise software, media technology, and IT infrastructure, including two successful company exits. In addition to working on 350+ feature films and hundreds of hours of television programming, Kyle has held CEO, CIO, President, and Senior Product Manager roles throughout his career. Since its founding in 2015, Talespin has consistently been helping some of the countries largest companies deploy future of work solutions to address how AI, robotics, and automation will transform our role in society.

Vivienne Ming - Chief Executive of Socos Labs. Frequently featured for her research and inventions in The Financial Times, The Atlantic, The Guardian, Quartz and the New York Times, Dr. Vivienne Ming is a theoretical neuroscientist, entrepreneur, and author. She co-founded Socos Labs, her fifth company, an independent institute exploring the future of human potential. Dr. Ming launched Socos Labs to combine her varied work with that of other creative experts and expand their impact on global policy issues, both inside companies and throughout our communities. Previously, Vivienne was a visiting scholar at UC Berkeley's Redwood Center for Theoretical Neuroscience, pursuing her research in cognitive neuroprosthetics. In her free time, Vivienne has invented AI systems to help treat her diabetic son, predict manic episodes in bipolar sufferers weeks in advance, and reunited orphan refugees with extended family members.

Joe Rogers - Founder & CEO WorkDone.AI, a Digital Workforce/Corporate Memory Platform, which comprises the culmination of my experiences onsite at over 30 companies across more than 10 countries. By leveraging our patent-pending Expertise Capture technology, organizations can seamlessly train software agents to automate tasks and transactions between major SaaS platforms. I am also co-founder of RGB Projects Inc., an IBM business partner that provides innovative, robust enterprise content and business process management solutions around the globe.

Kian Gohar - Futurist and innovator, Kian Gohar inspires the world's leading companies to harness innovation and new technologies to build a better future. He is Founder & CEO of Geolab, an innovation studio in Los Angeles that helps large companies explore innovation moonshots and digital transformation. Most recently, he was an Executive Director at the XPRIZE Foundation, served on the faculty of Singularity University, been a venture capitalist and serial entrepreneur.


MODERATOR

Lara Jeremko - is an early stage technology investor and venture capital strategist. She is an angel investor and producer of JOBSOLETE, a documentary exploring automation and the future of work. Most recently, Lara was Prize Lead for the XR Education Prize Challenge funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Lara has served as a Strategic Advisor to prominent venture capital funds including Foundry Group Next, Techstars, and Pivotal Ventures. Previously, Lara co-founded re:3D Inc., 3D printing hardware company in Austin, TX. Lara was also an institutional investment officer managing a $1.5 billion venture capital fund portfolio at UTIMCO, the investment firm overseeing $35 billion of University of Texas System endowment assets. Prior to UTIMCO, Lara was a private equity analyst at Credit Suisse in New York, NY.

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Techstars Startup Weekend Los Angeles: AI For Sustainability
Apr
19
to Apr 21

Techstars Startup Weekend Los Angeles: AI For Sustainability

The AI LA Community is proud to present Techstars Startup Weekend Los Angeles: AI For Sustainability. 

We are living in a serious environmental crisis and we need your help! We are inviting cross-disciplinary teams to solve challenges in sustainability and climate change.

For all event details, please visit http://go.startupweekend.org/AIforSustainability

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AI Earth Summit 2019
Apr
18
9:00 AM09:00

AI Earth Summit 2019

The AI LA Community is focusing on Sustainability and Climate change in April. We are living in a serious environmental crisis and while there are people working on it, the approach has been to problem solve in silos.

It's time to be part of the solution!

We are inviting cross-disciplinary teams to participate in breakout sessions to help solve challenges in sustainability and climate change.

It is our intention to curate a group of environmental scientists, technologists, and community members to discuss pressing issues in facilitated breakout sessions.

More info: http://earthsummit.la

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AI in Entertainment & Media
Feb
21
7:00 PM19:00

AI in Entertainment & Media

The AI LA Community is proud to present February's Third Thursday Tech Talk focused on AI's impact on entertainment and media.

How will artificial intelligence affect pre-production, content creation, content consumption, and user experiences?

RSVP REQUIRED: https://ai-content.eventbrite.com

We will ground our conversations with what is possible today, using real world examples. We will then explore how AI will be used more frequently as a tool in the creative and planning process.

How can data be used to make more informed decisions instead of relying on your gut?

We will also dive into more philosophical perspectives, such as how AI will open up new possibilities for reactive narratives, instead of today's branching narrative paradigm found in shows like Netflix's Black Mirror: Bandersnatch.

Come out with an open mind and your questions.

Speakers listed on Eventbrite.

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Tech, Tacos, & Tequila Tuesday
Feb
12
6:00 PM18:00

Tech, Tacos, & Tequila Tuesday

February is our month to talk about AI's impact on entertainment and media. To kick it off, please join us at our casual Tech, Tacos, & Tequila Tuesday happy hour at Kay’n’dave’s in Culver City. We have the entire outdoor patio reserved.

RSVP: https://ai-ent-media.eventbrite.com

Meet other like-minded creatives and technologists working at startups, studios, and agencies who are passionate about AI, spatial computing, blockchain, gaming, content development, and distribution.

Special surprise for all of those who attend with an Eventbrite RSVP.

See you soon!

❤️ AI LA Fam

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Do You Trust This Computer? [Screening]
Jan
15
7:00 PM19:00

Do You Trust This Computer? [Screening]

The AI LA Community is hosting a screening of Do You Trust This Computer? a 2018 American documentary film that outlines the benefits and especially the dangers of artificial intelligence.

It features interviews with a range of prominent individuals relevant to AI, such as Ray Kurzweil, Elon Musk and Jonathan Nolan.


The film was directed by Chris Paine, known for Who Killed the Electric Car? (2006) and, the subsequent followup, Revenge of the Electric Car (2008).

We'll be meeting at 7pm in the Ray Stark Family Theatre, SCA 108, located in the lobby of the George Lucas Building at the USC School of Cinematic Arts Complex.

RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/do-you-trust-this-computer-screening-tickets-53366119500?aff=website

After the screening we will have a Q/A with director Chris Paine.

First come first serve -- only 200 seats are available.

Please notify us if you need any special accommodations within 72 hours from event start time.

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Tech, Tacos, & Tequila Tuesday
Jan
8
6:00 PM18:00

Tech, Tacos, & Tequila Tuesday

  • The Standard, Downtown Los Angeles (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The AI LA Community is kicking off 2019 with a new casual activity. From now on, every second Tuesday is 'Tech, Tacos, and Tequila' happy hour at the private social club RVCC located in The Standard, Downtown Los Angeles hotel.

Relax, enjoy a drink, some food, play pool, and meet other entrepreneurs, engineers, designers, and AI practitioners.

RSVP REQUIRED: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ai-la-tech-tacos-tequila-tuesday-tickets-53418241398?aff=website

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A.I. and Transhumanism: Beauty is in the A.I. of the Beholder
Nov
15
6:30 PM18:30

A.I. and Transhumanism: Beauty is in the A.I. of the Beholder

AI LA brings you another exciting Third Thursday Tech Talk where we will discuss:

What is the role of artificial intelligence in the Transhumanist movement?

What is new progress on AGI (Artificial General Intelligence)?

Get tickets here: https://ai_transhumanism.eventbrite.com

Updated Speaker List + Schedule coming soon!


Speakers

Professor Newton Lee

David Kelley


Host

Todd Terrazas - AI LA Founder & President

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AI and Society: Creating a Fair and Ethical Future
Oct
25
6:00 PM18:00

AI and Society: Creating a Fair and Ethical Future

As Artificial Intelligence (AI) begins to percolate into our everyday lives, we must take a step back to think about the effects of such technologies on our lives.

How does AI embody our value system?

Whose interests are advanced by an AI system?

Do AI systems learn humanly intuitive correlations? If not, can we contest the system?

We aim to explore these pressing normative questions to deep dive into AI + Society. Specifically, we will discuss the questions AI raises regarding bias, ethics, and privacy, and we will explore what a fair, accountable, and transparent AI system looks like.

Join us to hear from academic experts, industry leaders, and many others with experience fusing AI into society.

BUY TICKETS HERE : https://ai_ethics.eventbrite.com/?aff=website

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Blockchain + AI Discussion
Sep
20
6:30 PM18:30

Blockchain + AI Discussion

AI and Blockchain seem to be the new hammer — making everything look like a nail, but are AI and Blockchain really necessary to solve most of the world’s problems?

RSVP REQUIRED

How will AI and Blockchain impact specific industries and humanity ?

What could AI do for Blockchain? What could Blockchain do for AI?

AI LA's Third Thursday Talk Topic is Blockchain and we plan to get down and dirty discussing viable use cases and debunking all of the hype around two of the most overused buzzwords with some of the top minds working in both fields.

Thank you to our amazing partners Phase TwoSemio.aiLAtoken, and ObEN for helping us keep this event FREE!

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Aug
16
6:30 PM18:30

Partner Event: Designing for Voice : Integrating AI in Content

We have partnered with the Content Strategy SoCal meetup group & ADP for our August event “Designing for Voice : Integrating AI in Content” with influential speakers who are doing just that.

Q&A Session to follow.

Speakers: John Gillilan, Christine Meinders and Alison Fox

***You must register on Eventbrite to RSVP for this event: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/designing-for-voice-integrating-ai-in-content-tickets-48401702796?discount=AILA

Food and drinks will be provided.

RSVP asap as space is limited!

*No refunds. If you can't attend, you can donate your ticket to someone else

About this Meetup

Content Strategy Southern California welcomes content strategists, content managers, content creators, designers and other content-minded members to our meet ups.

We strive to bring together members from Santa Barbara to Los Angeles to San Diego to meet regularly, share success stories and best practices, and host workshops.

Join us — let’s start making our digital content better.

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DTLA Happy Hour
Jul
19
6:00 PM18:00

DTLA Happy Hour

Let's get into the summer swing of things. Come out for a casual evening with other community members at Mezcalero on 5th and broadway --walking distance from Pershing Square metro station.

Demos welcome! Bring any projects you are working on and meet other people working or looking to work on interesting projects!

Cash bar.

Let us know if you'd like to help sponsor a round of drinks or tacos.

❤️ AI LA Fam

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The Next Wave in Edtech
Jun
21
6:30 PM18:30

The Next Wave in Edtech

On June 21st we invite you join a conversation centered around the future of education and preparation.

How is AI, machine learning, spatial computing, robotics, and educational software disrupting the role of educators and creating philosophical shifts in teaching and remodeling the classroom?

"Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today." - Malcolm X

RSVP HERE

Schedule

6:30pm-7:30pm Arrivals / Networking

7:30pm-8:30pm Panel

8:30pm-9:00pm Q & A

9:00pm-9:30pm Networking

 

Speakers

Dr. Gigi Ragusa - professor at the University of Southern California (USC) in the Viterbi School of Engineering’s Division of Engineering Education. She co-chairs and directs USC’s STEM Education Consortium. She serves in the School of Engineering’s Division of Engineering Education and is also on the University’s Academic Senate (faculty governance) as chair as the University’s Library Committee. She has led the Viterbi School of Engineering Dean’s Engaged Learning Initiative for three years. Her research interests and areas of expertise include: STEM and in particular engineering education, engineering innovation and global preparedness, college access for first generation college students and students from diverse backgrounds, STEM PK-12 education and teacher education, STEM literacy education, as well as assessment and measurement in STEM.

Nader Hamda - CEO Ozobot. A serial entrepreneur specializing in products that use technology to make children’s lives better, Nader Hamda has presented his vision for a modern curriculum at California Institute of Technology (CalTech), City of STEM Science Festival, and FETC 2018. After watching his daughters grow up in a world of smartphones and scrolling to nowhere, Hamda founded Ozobot, a company on a mission is to inspire young minds to take the leap from consuming technology to creating it. Ozobot’s robots, Evo and Bit, can be coded two ways: online with the OzoBlockly code editor and screen-free with Ozobot’s patented Color Codes. Today, Evo and Bit are inspiring the next generation of coders and creators in over 10,000 schools.

Jason Roberts - Founder Math Academy. TLDR: Our students complete BC AP Calculus in the 8th grade, and cover most of what's typically taught in an undergraduate math degree in our high-school program at Pasadena High School. There are about 70 kids currently participating, with 41 of them in the 6th-grade!

Advait Shinde - CEO GoGuardian.

 

Moderator

Heather Brunold - thought leader in education, specializing in adolescent development and family/school dynamics, for more than two decades. After completing her doctorate in education from the University of Southern California, Heather became passionate about utilizing her talents as an educator to impact the greater community. Feeling she could positively influence her community’s approach to how we learn, Heather established Words2Action, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to engage learners, leaders and educators – through spoken word and tangible action – in a united effort to change the world, one idea at a time. Heather is by her nature a helper, healer and teacher. Her passion for learning and her love of relationship building are the reasons she enjoys serving TEDxPasadenaWomen as the Executive Director/Licensee.

Thank you to our partners CTRL Collective, Innovate Pasadena, Semio.ai, and Janas Associates for providing our community the resources to thrive.

Ticket proceeds benefit LA’s BEST non-profit which provides after school enrichment programs for 192 elementary schools in Los Angeles’s most underserved communities.

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Designing & Building Worlds
May
17
6:30 PM18:30

Designing & Building Worlds

We’ve all encountered fictional worlds that seemed so real, so tactile, so lived-in that we felt as though we inhabited that environment. Blade Runner, Minority Report, Lord of the Rings...

Emerging technologies are reaching the point where we can personally move through these fabricated places, experiencing their complicated mythologies, driving our own stories.

From immersive media like AR/VR to artificial intelligence to cloud architectures, tech is bringing new worlds to life and overlapping them with our own world.

But even the best technology needs conceptual maps, contextual ideas, and detailed textures to layer into the human experience.

This is where designing worlds meets building worlds!

Come with an open mind and your questions as we discuss the possibilities now and in the future for building brave new worlds.

6:30-7:30pm Arrivals/Networking

7:30-8:30pm Panel Discussion

8:30-8:45pm Q/A

8:45-9:30pm Networking

 

Speakers

Gil Baron - As CEO; Cofounder at Mindshow Gil Baron brings his vast expertise in storytelling and the digital effects process to make storytelling possible in Virtual Reality. Mindshow is creating revolutionary software for creativity and storytelling in VR, and has been at the forefront of thought leadership in the space since the company’s founding in 2014. Mindshow allows users to create 3d animations in customizable virtual worlds at a quality and speed never before seen at scale, using a user’s body and voice to drive performances. Before launching Mindshow, Gil was a creative director, visual effects supervisor and an active DGA guild director who created graphically driven spots for nationally recognized brand names. Gil has built teams and scaled operations successfully -as such, he was part of an executive team that nurtured Method Studios strategic growth from less than 30 to over 600 employees in over 9 locations worldwide. As a CG technical supervisor for feature films, he created the 3d for the signature CG bullet wake effects on the first Matrix bullet time sequences, in addition to many additional feature credits. Gil has served as Creative Director and Visual Effects Supervisor with many esteemed directors including Dante Ariola, Noam Murro, Rupert Saunders, Tom Kuntz, Traktor, Frederic Bond, Dave Meyers, Tom Carty and as such, has been a part of many Cannes, Clio, and VES award winning teams.

Ishan Shapiro -

Evo Heyning - CEO & Founder, @LightLodges. Evo is currently producing 5 new interactive and mixed reality series for global impact @LightLodges, a new media network model that is decentralized and designed for active participation and collaboration.
Called on as a Magicmaker for New Ventures, Evo is a creative force of nature connecting brilliant visionaries and teams with resources, ideas and opportunities for exponential impact. With 20+ years experience inside major companies, NGOs, media networks, startups and now as a producer Evo brings INTEGRATION, insight and inspiration to new ventures. Current residencies and projects connect VR and Mixed Reality, AI and nanotech R&D with a wide mix of interactive product teams in edtech, personalized product delivery, media, health and impact mapping across fields and sectors.

Nels Long - Nels received his Master’s in Emerging Systems, Technology and Media from SCI-Arc where he currently serves on faculty teaching graduate design studios and electives in the areas of virtual reality and games technologies. Nels is a Founding Partner of the design innovation firm RotoLab and Co-Founder & CEO of Second Studio, an enterprise collaboration platform with advanced 3D design capabilities in virtual reality for the real world. His interest's extend beyond the technical with a focus on neuroscience, meditation, and story telling as the basis for developing worlds (virtual and physical) that support productivity and heighten creativity.

Moderator

August Bradley - Producer and Host of MIND & MACHINE, a weekly talk show and podcast with people at the forefront of transformational technologies and futurist ideas. August is a consultant with YearZero, where he does strategy, marketing, and biz dev for radically innovative tech ventures. With traditional companies, he helps them initiate disruptive tech advantages in their fields, before they're disrupted by others. He works with Artificial Intelligence/MachineLearning, AR/VR, IoT, Robotics, 3D Printing, Blockchain and Sensor-Tech. Previously August was the COO & CMO of Kite & Lightning, a VC-backed Virtual Reality company creating vast computer generated worlds and interactive experiences in virtual space.

Space is limited, so get your tickets now!

Ticket proceeds benefit LA’s BEST non-profit which provides after school enrichment programs for 192 elementary schools in Los Angeles’s most underserved communities.

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AI & RPA: The Next Wave of Productivity and Efficiency in Healthcare
Apr
19
6:30 PM18:30

AI & RPA: The Next Wave of Productivity and Efficiency in Healthcare

The healthcare industry is not known to be a highly productive and efficient industry compared to other industries like Manufacturing, Banking, Retail, Automotive, etc.

Imagine if you created an army of “software employees” that can help you perform tasks 24X7 in an automated fashion with minimal human intervention.

What will the healthcare industry look like then?

How will it change care costs and personalize the patient experience?

The panel will discuss current solutions and the applicability and risks of Robotic Process Automation and AI in administrative, financial, operational and clinical processes of healthcare organizations.

GET TICKETS HERE

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