Location: Faculty Hall
Title : A History of AI
Speaker : Jay Yagnik, Vice President, Google USA
Venue : Faculty Hall, IISc
Date : 4-5 pm, Wednesday, Dec 4, 2019
We have reached a remarkable point in history with the evolution of AI, from applying this technology to incredible use cases in healthcare to addressing the world’s biggest humanitarian and environmental issues. Our ability to learn task specific functions for vision, language, sequence and control tasks is getting better at a rapid pace. This talk will survey some of the current advances in AI and compare AI to other fields that have historically developed over time, and calibrate where we are in the relative advancement timeline. We will also speculate about the next inflection points and capabilities that AI can offer down the road and how it might intersect with other emergent fields e.g., Quantum computing.
Speaker Bio :
Jay Yagnik is currently a Vice President and Engineering Fellow at Google, leading large parts of Google AI. While at Google he has led many foundational research efforts in machine learning and perception, computer vision, video understanding, privacy preserving machine learning, quantum AI, applied sciences, and more. He also created multiple engineering and product successes for the company, in areas including Google Photos, YouTube, Search, Ads, Android, Maps, and Hardware. Jay’s research interests span the fields of deep learning, reinforcement learning, scalable matching, graph information propagation, image representation and recognition, temporal information mining, and sparse networks. He is an alumnus of the Indian Institute of Science and the Institute of Technology, Nirma University for graduate and undergraduate studies.
Organized By : The AI Thematic Cluster, IISc
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