How to succeed with Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

  • 24 Oct 2017
  • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Metro Hall - 55 John St, Downtown Toronto. Room 309
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In this session, Rubikloud will share their experiences in productionalizing machine learning for enterprise use cases. Product Managers who are looking to AI and ML need to think a bit differently on how to apply existing technologies to solve their problems. Iqbal and Brian will present the challenges in planning and executing a successful machine learning project, with an emphasis on viewpoints and key takeaways for Product Managers

Brian Keng is the Chief Data Scientist at Rubikloud Technologies where he leads a team building out intelligent enterprise solutions for some of the world's largest retail organizations. Brian is a big fan of Bayesian statistics but his main professional focus is around building out scalable machine learning systems that seamlessly integrate into traditional software solutions. Before Rubikloud, Brian has worked at Sysomos leading a team of data scientists performing large scale social media analytics working with datasets such as the Twitter firehouse. He earned his PhD in Computer Engineering from the University of Toronto during which time he was an early employee of a startup that commercialized some of his research.

Iqbal Habib is the Director of Data Products & Analytics at Rubikloud Technologies where he leads a team of Technical Product Managers and Data Analysts to help build innovative retail solutions that solve complex problems using Machine Learning. Before joining Rubikloud, Iqbal brings 10 years of experience working in some of Canada's largest retail and loyalty organizations. As an Industrial Engineer with a specialization in Operations Research from the University of Toronto, Iqbal is passionate about taking existing complex Analytics processes and turning them into Data Products.

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