Explore Real-World Machine Learning Applications at Big Data and AI Toronto

Our own Carolina Bessega, Chief Product Officer at Stradigi, will once again be presenting at this year’s Big Data & AI Toronto Conference. Anyone interested in the application of machine learning in solving real-world problems will not want to miss this one! 

The virtual conference takes place on October 13th and 14th, 2021, and includes more than 150 speakers! All of them will be offering their perspective on artificial intelligence and machine learning with real-world business impact.

Join Carolina on Thursday, October 14 at 2:30PM EDT for her presentation, “Small Teams, Big Dreams: How You Can Get Started with AI Today” 

Carolina will show you how AI software can now help anyone who uses data to get more information that helps them make better business decisions. Emerging technologies in the AI space have allowed more businesses who have fewer resources to gain access to the tools that can help them get ahead of the competition, and Carolina will show you an example of a very small team that was able to implement AI quickly and easily, with amazing results. 

The great news is that you will be able to watch Carlolina’s presentation along with all of the other helpful sessions from the comfort of your own home this year. Many conferences have adopted this model for obvious reasons, which makes them a lot more accessible to people who might not otherwise be able to travel to Toronto. 

Carolina is joined this year by yet another amazing lineup of speakers who are at the forefront of Big Data and AI practices, including Nicola Vallentin from Facebook, Dr. Sarah Saska from Feminuity, Nitesh Soni from Scotia Bank, and many more.

The conference provides a “unique 4-in-1 tech event experience,” in which attendees will be able to hear from speakers who are breaking ground in the fields of artificial intelligence, big data, cybersecurity, and cloud innovations. They’ll look at AI workflows and teams and discuss machine learning by design, dig into edge technologies and ethical design, and discuss issues facing women in tech, as well as digital sustainability. 

Even if you don’t have time to attend Carolina’s presentation, or any of the other ones, recordings will be available until the end of the year, so please make sure to sign up as you’ll be able to watch them later.

You can register here. See you there!

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