Tickets now on sale a£75 (£50 for CW members) for the Cambridge Technical Artificial Intelligence conference that I am organising together with Qualcomm and Amazon. This technical conference is aimed at technology leaders in industry, as well as young engineers and data scientists, to give them an overview of the subject and to critically examine the associated challenges. Our speakers so far are:
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Save the date! 3rd October for the Technical Artificial Intelligence conference that I am organising together with other members of the Cambridge AI SIG to be held at the University Computer Lab. The conferecne title is: AI: Underlying technologies – how they work and how they are applied.
Detailed agenda to follow, but we plan to show there is more to AI than just Deep Learning, and have speakers giving insight to the engineering challenges of integrating AI. Speakers include:
I am delighted to have joined the Advisory Board for DevicePilot a universal cloud based software service allowing you to easily locate, monitor and manage your connected devices at scale, with proactive management of the entire device lifecycle. I’ll be integrating some of my Cambridge IoT prototype services shortly.
The slides Peter Whale and I jointly authored and presented at the recent CW conference where we provided an icebreaker presentation asking “what is AI” are now online on the CW site.
We are drive testing the Cambridge LoRa network prior to installing an 11th node covering West Cambridge (see post Mandrel Finalist In UK IoT Boost below for background).
Above as a tiny sample of the data we have is a circuit of LoRa coverage Cambridge with the 10 City Centre nodes. We have much coverage data within the City and the radial routes outside the circuit shown above. Mail me if you would like more data.
Delighted that my company, Mandrel Systems, has been selected as one of 10 finalist companies in the Digital Catapult sponsored IoT Boost LPWAN competition and connecting with LoRa to Smart Cambridge