Presented By
O’Reilly + Intel AI
Put AI to Work
April 15-18, 2019
New York, NY

Executive Briefing: From Cutting-Edge AI Research to Business Impact

Larry Carin (Infinia ML)
1:00pm1:40pm Wednesday, April 17, 2019
Secondary topics:  AI in the Enterprise

Who is this presentation for?

This talk is for executives, managers, and project managers that are interested in deploying the latest machine learning advances inside a company.



Prerequisite knowledge

The audience should have some basic understanding of machine learning’s potential, although they need not be currently implementing it. They need not have a technical background.

What you'll learn

Attendees will discover how the latest machine learning and artificial intelligence advances are applicable to business data challenges.


Duke University Professor Larry Carin is one of the most published machine learning researchers in the world. He is also Chief Scientist at machine learning company Infinia ML.

In this talk, he discusses the state of the art in machine learning and how it translates to business impact. Carin will present examples of how modern machine learning is transforming business in several sectors, including healthcare delivery, security and back-office business processing.

Given the pace of progress and the date of this submission, it’s not yet possible to know the specific developments that Dr. Carin will cover. However, possible topics will include the latest in computer vision, natural language generation, and prediction.

Dr. Carin’s exploration of different industry solutions will help you envision potential applications in your own company. Once you see what it’s possible for others to accomplish with their data, you’ll be excited about what you can accomplish with yours.

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Larry Carin

Infinia ML

One of the most widely published machine learning researchers in the world, Lawrence Carin (he/him) has been a Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Duke University for the past 22 years, and he has served as the Vice Provost for Research at Duke for over three years. Lawrence is an IEEE Fellow and has co-authored over 350 papers affecting fields as diverse as bomb detection, neuroscience, and voting behavior. Lawrence earned his BS, MS, and Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the University of Maryland. Outside of the office, Lawrence spends every possible minute with his family and works hard to keep his body as fit as his mind.

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