This year, Vidora was a major sponsor and a panelist at the 2019 Bootstrap Labs Applied AI Conference in San Francisco. CEO Alex Holub spoke on a panel about the enterprise applications of Artificial Intelligence in 2019, and how businesses can look to take advantage of Applied AI and ML in an increasingly competitive tech landscape. Alex was joined by Cloudera Director of Machine Learning and Product Management, Vidya Raman, Director of Data Science at Rakuten, Bahman Bahmani, and Fortella CEO Rahul Sachdev.
About the Bootstrap Labs Applied AI Conference
This one day conference brings together the brightest and most experienced experts in the field of AI. As a result, the conference is an immersive day of learning, discussion, and connection. In addition, the agenda focusses on current and future impacts of AI applications and commercialization. It also overs AI across a breadth of sectors. For example, these sectors include Transportation, Logistics, Health, Energy and FinTech. They also include the Future of Work (FoW), Internet of Things (IoT), and Cybersecurity.
Bootstrap Labs invites world class perspectives on AI. But it also invites perspectives on AI from many fields. For example, these fields include research, entrepreneurship, investing, and business transformation. Additionally, the event aims to capture the deepest insights available within in the AI ecosystem today.
The conference gives access to practical wisdom on Applied AI methodologies. It also shows you how to take advantage of AI’s powerful potential. In addition, speakers and panelists will engage in thought-provoking discourse about how AI is reshaping business, government, society, and life as we know it.
Vidora enables anyone in any business to build and use complex machine learning models. With Vidora’s self-service platform, Cortex, machine learning is intuitive, interpretable and fast. Cortex also automates the entire machine learning pipeline from raw data to model outputs. Experts in machine learning and artificial intelligence from Stanford, Berkeley and Caltech developed Cortex. Finally, Cortex sits at the heart of some of the largest global brands, such as Walmart, News Corp, and Discovery.