An evening of discussions & networking around the progress and application of artificial intelligence. Join us and contribute to the important conversations surrounding women & diversity within AI.

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Facebook have been working on a new technique to use multilingual embeddings to help them scale to more languages, help AI-powered products ship to new languages faster, and ultimately give people a better Facebook experience. Read on to understand more about the challenges faced for NLP across languages, and how multilingual word embeddings are trained and used for text classification.

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Take a look at Noor's blog, where she discusses her research. Topics include applying Deep Neural Networks in the field of video games and experience-driven content generation.

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Mounia Lalmas leads an interdisciplinary team of research scientists in Boston, London, New York and San Francisco, working on personalization and discovery. Mounia also holds an honorary professorship at University College London. Her work focuses on studying user engagement in areas such as native advertising, digital media, social media, search, and now music.

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Since joining DeepMind two years ago, Jane's non-machine learning background has equipped her with a unique set of tools and perspectives for tackling the hardest AI problems. “It’s exhilarating to formulate theories of human brain function as powerful deep reinforcement learning models that can solve similarly complex tasks,” she shares.

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At the BBC, we want to bring better and more journalism to under-served audiences – so we’re asking questions such as: “how do we encourage more young women to read political news?”. Those are really exciting problems for a data scientist and for a technologist to be solving.

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By using AI, and photo and happiness rating systems, the team was able to successfully measure the effects of a beautiful environment. “According to Future Cities Catapult, it is predicted that over 80 percent of the world’s population will live in urban areas by 2050. Urban planners and policymakers do have the ability to influence the aesthetics of built-up areas"

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Analysis The ability to think logically and to reason is key to intelligence. When this can be replicated in machines, it will no doubt make AI smarter.

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Google DeepMind won the Innovation Lions Grand Prix for AlphaGo, a computing system that for the first time beat the best human player at Go, an ancient game that is much more complex than chess. The Artificial Intelligence system was developed in the U.K. by DeepMind, a company acquired by Google in 2014.

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How artificial intelligence can be key to refugee integration? "I started Rafiqi as a side project aiming to connect refugees to mentors and opportunities, with the ultimate goal of facilitating their integration. In the middle of the heated debate on refugees in Europe, my goal was to act, even modestly, to bridge the economic and cultural gap between newcomers and host communities. "

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The global AI revolution has just shot way ahead of the curve thanks to PROWLER.io – a Business Weekly Killer50 company and reigning Startup of the Year – following a high-powered launch in California. The decision making system includes technologies that can implement optimal decisions across multiple policies or strategies.

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Why Attend

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Top minds in AI

Inspiring and influential women in AI will come together to discuss diversity & inclusion within the industry, sharing their latest work and encouraging women around the world to explore STEM. Join us for an evening of networking with like-minded peers, three courses of fine-dining, and contribute to supporting women in the field. The dinner is open to all genders and we would love to have you join us.

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Champagne Reception & Dinner

Attendees will arrive to a Champagne reception, followed by 3 courses of fine cuisine and wine to match and compliment the evening. After each course, we'll hear short talks from experts, followed by Q&A and discussions throughout the meal.

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Women in Tech

As a female-led company, RE•WORK is a strong advocate for supporting female entrepreneurs and women working towards advancing technology and science. The dinner is open to anyone keen to support advancing women in the industry! Please note that this event is closed to recruiters.

Topics we cover

Deep Learning Algorithms
Deep Learning Algorithms
Neural Networks
Neural Networks
NLP
NLP
Machine Learning
Machine Learning
Predictive Intelligence
Predictive Intelligence
Robotics
Robotics
Healthcare
Healthcare
Women in Tech
Women in Tech

Regular attendees include:

Burberry
Apple
Google
DeepMind
Cisco
McLaren Applied Technologies
BCG
HP
HSBC
Queen Mary University of London
University of Edinburgh
causaLens
Net-a-Porter
BioBeats
Lloyds
QuantumBlack
IQVIA
facebook
IBM
BBC
spotify

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