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AI Data Science Summit 2020
March 5, 2020
We are happy to announce the AI for Human Language, the 6th AI Data Science Summit on March 5, 2020 at Expo Tel Aviv.
Understanding human language—the most challenging form of big data—is today an essential business function. AI capable of deriving meaning from written and spoken words enables us to better understand customers, verify identities, anticipate world events, and solve crimes. Over 1,000 researchers, data scientists, developers, entrepreneurs, academia and business leaders will discuss state-of-the-art advances in NLP technologies. In over 50 talks, leading experts and researchers will give examples of how AI for human language understanding is being applied to solve real-world problems.
The Summit brings together over 1,000 researchers, data scientists and developers from academia and industry to discuss state-of-the-art artificial intelligence, data science, NLP, Deep Learning and applied machine learning. It features over 50 talks of leading experts and researchers in these fields.
The 2020 conference will focus on the main challenges of AI for Human Language, and how they apply to the real world. The conference will feature a main venue and 4 parallel industry tracks for technical presentations and 1 track for recent research innovations.
The conference serves as an excellent setting for participants to demonstrate the application of their work in rich real-world domains.
We are inviting authors to submit proposals on a broad spectrum of research and application topics that include, but are not restricted to:
- Current research in NLP.
- Conversational AI.
- Transfer Learning / Deep Learning.
- Health care.
- Financial services.
- National security and law enforcement.
- Knowledge graph generation and enrichment.
- Regional focus, e.g. Semitic languages, Asian languages, etc.
Six years ago we started the summit. We learned from each event, and this year we are delivering a very high-quality conference from both content and administrative perspectives.
Part of our improvement is thanks to helpful feedback from the participants. If you have any ideas or comments please feel free to contact us including for registration and sponsorship queries at: firstname.lastname@example.org
See you at the Summit! ☺
Where? TLV Convention center
Rokach Blvd 101, Tel Aviv 6121002.
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