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AI in Action Dublin’s 2nd Year Anniversary
March 4 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Come join us on Wednesday 4th March at the Dublin Chamber of Commerce as we celebrate the 2nd Year Anniversary of AI in Action Dublin (formerly Data Science Ireland).
This is the best opportunity to meet & network with like-minded individuals in the Data Science and AI community in Ireland, as well as learn from more great speakers on all things AI and Data Science.
1. Nicola Mariella, Senior Machine Learning Engineer & James Conway, Lead Data Scientist at Mastercard Labs.
Title: Enabling Financial Inclusion Through AI
Mastercard Labs’ AI Award-winning Duka Connect project is a Mobile Point of Sale (mPoS) solution for small merchants in emerging markets. James and Nicola will speak about how Mastercard Labs is using computer vision to enable independent, micro-merchants in emerging markets to facilitate the operational & digital needs of their businesses.
2. Maciek Wasiak, CEO at Xpanse AI.
Title: Data Science – from Big Data to Big Mess.
Maciek will speak about his work with Xpanse AI which delivers powerful analytical tools allowing to discover actionable insights and build predictive models with minimal effort. Instead of time-consuming and error-prone manual coding, Xpanse AI compresses months of manual effort into hours of automated processing allowing Data Scientists to deliver Predictive Analytics super-fast and at scale.
3. Tejaswini Kumar, Data Scientist & Mark Cooling, Engineering Architect at SAP
Mark & Tejaswini will speak about their AI Award winning Business Operations and Self-Healing (BoSh) project, an out of the box AI platform to support business automation in the business operations self-healing space from self-help to self-healing.
Online Registration will close at 5pm on the day of the meetup.
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