Practical AI for Startups

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About this Event

Does your startup effectively utilize AI technology? If not, then join us on May 1st at the Meltwater headquarters in San Francisco for another event in our Turing Distinguished CTO Series. The night will feature a presentation by Turing Co-founder and CTO, Vijay Krishnan.

Turing is the second AI-based company that Vijay has been both Co-founder and CTO of, with the first being his company Rover- an app which used machine learning to match users with content, tailored to their interests. Rover was successfully acquired by Revcontent in 2016.

Turing's mission is to match elite, pre-vetted global remote software developers, engineers, and designers with companies in need of their services. The platform utilizes AI to analyze data from various sources, in order to build deep profiles that it then matches to companies looking for engineers.

Between his two companies, Vijay has mastered the integration of AI and Machine Learning in his business models. Attendees of our "Practical AI for Startups" event will leave understanding how they can use AI technology to better their companies.


3 things covered in the talk:

1) What are the new opportunities in the Deep Learning era of AI?
2) How do you build effective AI when you are short of data and time to market?
3) How do you build your AI team?


 

In addition to the presentation, there will also be a Q&A portion of the evening with both Vijay, as well as the CTO of Meltwater, Aditya Jami.

Aditya Jami is the CTO of Meltwater, responsible for overall technical strategy with special emphasis on the company’s AI & Data science initiatives across all product lines. He is motivated by solving problems in the areas of large-scale machine learning on the cloud, information network analysis, knowledge graphs, and multi-modal data management. He was a founding member of the Cloud Solutions team at Netflix, where he built the first Chaos Monkey (later extended to Simian Army) that ran on its production cloud, Cassandra/Priam – as well as several other cloud migration initiatives. At Yahoo, he worked on a real-time data platform that collects and analyzes 300 Billion web events (10TB) a day to power its news feed recommendation and behavioral targeting advertising models. He served as Chief Architect of the cross-university joint project called RoboBrain – a large-scale computational system that learns from publicly available Internet resources, computer simulations, real-life robot trials. RoboBrain was listed among the MIT Technology Review’s Top 10 Breakthrough Technologies in 2016.

 

Who should attend the workshop?

Our event is designed for current CTOs, VPs of Engineering, Chief Architects, and other technologists who want to scale and improve their technology teams.

 

Seating is limited so don’t wait to register.

 

Event Timing: May 1, 2019 from 5:30PM to 8:30PM
Event Address: 225 Bush Street, San Francisco, CA 94104 (Meltwater HQ)
Contact: (415)-205-7278 or murray@turing.com

Refreshments, such as beer, wine, and snacks will be provided.


 

In order to grow, startups need 3 key things:

1. Access to high quality engineering & design talent - which is why we started Turing.
2. Access to capital - which is we did our fundraising workshop.
3. Access to customers - which is why we are doing this marketing workshop.

Turing is committed help founders grow amazing companies. We grow as you grow.

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When & Where

Meltwater HQ

225 Bush Street San Francisco, CA 94104, San Francisco, US


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Organizer

Turing.Com

Turing enables you to deploy the world’s finest talent with a touch of a button. We have built the first labor marketplace based on Artificial Intelligence to provide elite pre-vetted software engineers to Silicon Valley companies. Turing’s AI analyzes data from various sources to build rich developer profiles that it then matches to companies looking for engineers. We believe that remote workers are the key to solving today’s tech challenges and offer accelerated development to firms looking to succeed. Turing is led by repeat entrepreneurs Jonathan Siddharth and Vijay Krishnan who brought their last company to acquisition with a global remote team. We're backed by Founders Fund, Foundation Capital, StartX, Cyan Banister, Adam D’Angelo and others.