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Make Data Work
31 May–1 June 2016: Training
1 June–3 June 2016: Conference
London, UK
Marc Warner

Marc Warner
CEO, ASI

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Marc Warner is the cofounder and CEO of ASI Data Science. He founded ASI in the belief that the benefits of AI should extend to everyone and has shaped the company so that it can support organizations of all shapes and sizes to take advantage of rapid advances in this field. In the two years since founding ASI, Marc has overseen its growth to more than 50 employees and expanded its scope from a small fellowship scheme to a cutting-edge range of software, training, project, and advisory services. He has led over 50 data science projects for clients ranging from multinational companies like EasyJet and Siemens to the UK government and NHS. His work has been covered by the BBC, the Telegraph, the Independent, and many more. Previously, Marc was the Marie Curie Fellow of Physics at Harvard University, studying quantum metrology and quantum computing. His PhD research, in the field of quantum computing, was awarded the Stoneham prize and was published in Nature and covered in the New York Times.

Sessions

13:30–17:00 Wednesday, 1/06/2016
Data innovations
Location: London Suite 2&3 Level: Non-technical
Tags: ai
Marc Warner (ASI)
Average rating: ****.
(4.50, 4 ratings)
In a hands-on tutorial designed for executives, product managers, and business leaders, Marc Warner explores what's possible (and not) with machine learning and what that means for businesses. Attendees will gain experience with cutting-edge artificial intelligence by building their very own handwriting recognition engine. No technical background required. Read more.
17:25–18:05 Thursday, 2/06/2016
Data science & advanced analytics
Location: Capital Suite 10/11 Level: Intermediate
Tags: ai
Marc Warner (ASI), Stuart Russell (UC Berkeley), Jaan Tallinn (CSER)
Average rating: **...
(2.50, 6 ratings)
Stuart Russell and Jaan Tallinn explore and debate the future of artificial intelligence in a panel discussion moderated by Marc Warner. Read more.