RE•WORK will host it’s annual East Coast events on Deep Learning and the Internet of Things in Boston on 12 & 13 May.

Over 300 machine learning and IoT enthusiasts and experts will come together to hear keynote presentations, panel discussions, fireside chats and to explore the startup showcase area.

The Deep Learning Summit brings together leaders from industry, academia and startups to explore advances in deep learning methods and techniques, as well as their business applications in areas including finance, manufacturing, healthcare & transportation.

Speakers & Presentations

Confirmed speakers and presentations include:

  • Keynote      presentation from deep learning expert Yoshua      Bengio, Full Professor at Université de Montréal
    Professor Bengio is also Head of the Machine Learning Laboratory, Co-director of the CIFAR Neural Computation & Adaptive Perception program, and editor of many prestigious machine learning publications.
  • Tony Jebara, Director of Machine Learning Research at Netflix, presents Double-cover Inference in Deep Belief Networks
  • Nashlie Sephus, CTO at Partpic, will present      an Industrial-Strength Pipeline for Recognizing Replacement Parts
  • Daniel McDuff, Director of Research at      Affectiva, on Turning Everyday Devices into Health Sensors
    Daniel’s work has been reported on in The Times, the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, BBC News, New Scientist and Forbes magazine. Daniel is also a Research Affiliate at the MIT Media Lab.
  • Vivienne Sze, Assistant Professor at      MIT, on Building Energy-Efficient Accelerators for Deep      Learning
    Vivienne’s team have recently designed a new chip, dubbed ‘Eyeriss’, specifically to implement neural networks which has been featured in MIT News, The Register, InformationWeek and The Verge.
  • Naveen Rao, CEO & Co-Founder of      Nervana Systems, discusses Deep Learning at Scale

View the event schedule here:

The Connected Home Summit is the fifth installment in RE•WORK’s Internet of Things series, following the Connected City Summit held in London earlier in 2016 and previous IoT Summits in San Francisco, London and Boston as well as dinners and meetups in 2015.

Confirmed speakers and presentations include:

  • David Isbitski, Chief Evangelist of Alexa & Echo at Amazon, on Enabling Voice Driven Smart Home Experiences
  • Bernt Meerbeek, Senior Scientist at Philips Lighting, will discuss combining intelligent and automated behavior with      simple, effective user control, for optimal user experience of a smart      lighting system
  • Hasier Larrea, CEO of MorphLab, on The Use      of Robotics to Double the Size of Your House
    Hasier’s work on the CityHome and CityOffice has been featured in The New York Times, Time, Fast Company, Wired, and TechCrunch
  • Blade Kotelly, VP Design at Jibo, on Personal      Robotics and User Experience in the Smart Home
    Blade Kotelly wrote the book on speech-recognition interface design (Addison Wesley, 2003) and The Art and Business of Speech Recognition: Creating the Noble Voice
  • Sean Lorenz, Founder & CEO of Senter, looks at the ‘Actually Smart      Smart Home’
    Dr. Lorenz was previously Director of IoT Market Strategy for LogMeIn’s IoT platform as well as cofounder of the TechStars robotics startup Neurala.
  • Chris Jones, VP of Technology at      iRobot, will explore Robots and the Future of Smart Home      Innovation

View the event schedule here:

Why Attend

The Summits are a unique opportunity to meet and interact with CTOs, founders, data scientists, engineers, designers and industry experts leading the connected home and deep learning revolutions. Learn from and connect with over 300 innovators sharing best practices and insights to advance these emerging fields.

Confirmed attendees are travelling from Germany, The Netherlands, Sweden, Canada, France, Ireland, Latvia, Korea, Spain, India, UK and include Hyundai, Comcast, E•ON, Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, iRobot, SAS, BAE Systems, Accenture, Capital One, FrontLine Ventures, LogMeIn, NexStar Partners, Verint Systems, as well as leading academic institutes, such as Harvard, MIT, Northeastern University and exciting startups.

Tickets & Registration

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Startups, Students, Academics and Groups can receive discounts on passes - email [email protected]for more information.