Sunday, March 13
3:30PM - 4:30PM
Palmer Events Center
SX Create Stage
900 Barton Springs Rd
Intelligent autonomous machines are changing the way we work and live. From delivery drones to self-driving cars, artificial intelligence is helping to solve real problems in the real world. Advances in computer vision and machine learning are fueling a revolution that’s affecting all parts of industry and society: Personal robotics, emergency response, industrial inspection, construction, agriculture and commerce.
Until very recently the complexity and costs of this technology made it prohibitive for all but the largest organizations. That changes now.
For the first time makers, researchers, and small startups have access to software and hardware capable of advanced, autonomous functionality. What does it mean when a bootstrapped startup can build machines with embedded supercomputers? How will a new generation of tinkerers leverage deep learning and computer vision to bring advanced AI to homegrown robots? And how is a newly leveled supercomputing playing field shaping the future of our world?
Open Source Robotics Foundation (OSRF)
Asst Tech Editor
Co-Founder & CTO
Business Dev Machine Learning & Data Science