Monthly AI tech talks by linkedin, facebook, uber


LinkedIn Building 4 (LMVE) - Mountain View, CA
700 E Middlefield Rd

Fri, May 10, 2019 at 1:00 AM - 3:00 AM

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** You must sign up on eventbrite for this event: Join us on the monthly AI tech meetup on 5/9 6-9pm at LinkedIn. We have speakers from Uber AI lab, LinkedIn AI team, Facebook to share the latest work in AI and practical experiences with machine learning, deep dive into tech details how to solve engineering problems. * Overview of AI at LinkedIn * Reinforcement learning with open-ended algorithms for autonomous driving. * Optimize machine learning models with compiler and runtime * Deep Natural Language Processing in Search Systems This would be a great opportunity for you to connect with other like minded engineers, data scientists share and learn from each others experiences. Schedule: 6:00pm - 6:30pm: Mix & Dinner 6:30pm - 6:45pm: Welcome and opening notes, by Liang Zhang, Director of AI at LinkedIn 6:45pm - 7:25pm: Reinforcement Learning with open-ended algorithms, by Rui Wang at Uber 7:25pm - 8:05pm: Machine learning compiler and runtime, Garret Catron at Facebook 8:05pm - 8:40pm: Deep Natural Language Processing in Search Systems, by Weiwei Guo & Huiji Gao at LinkedIn 8:40pm - Mixing & Close Speakers: Liang Zhang: Director of Machine Learning Engineering at LinkedIn, leading LinkedIn Search and Sales solution AI efforts. During his time at LinkedIn, Liang has led a lot of critical AI projects in many different products (Ads, Feed, Email and notification, Jobs, and Search) to success and brought great improvements of experiences to the 500M+ professional users of LinkedIn through the cutting-edge AI technology. Liang has published extensively in top-tier computer science conferences as well as statistics journals, and also coauthored 20+ AI-related patents. Liang also served as the Program Committee members for various data mining and machine learning venues. Rui Wang: Rui is currently a AI/ML researcher at Uber AI, leading research and engineering projects in deep reinforcement learning, neuroevolution, etc., and is passionate about advancing fundamental research in AI/ML and connecting cutting-edge advances to the broader business and products. His most recent research work on open-ended AI algorithm was covered by Science. Garret Catron: Software engineer at Facebook and developer on the Glow team, Garret is focused on making the Glow Runtime both performant and stable.