The Innovation Hub (iHub) in GMIT Mayo is hosting a full-day conference on “Artificial Intelligence and how this disruptive technology is going to change everything”, next Tuesday 20 November.

This free event is open to all. Leading AI experts will discuss this transformative technology and how AI applies to your business. Guests will gain insights on practical applications, case studies and business opportunities, observe AI demonstrations in real-time, learn about courses in Digital Technology and Life-Long Learning available at GMIT, and network and connect with key experts, opinion formers and AI businesses attending the event.

The conference MC is Jillian Godsil, of Irish Technology News. The programme includes:

  • Victor Del Rosal, Senior Consultant Emtechub, NCI’s Cloud Competency Centre, Dublin: “AI and the Future of Work”;
  • Daniel Loftus, CEO UrbanFox: “Fighting online fraud with AI”;
  • Andreea Wade, CEO “Talent, AI and Automation: linking machine intelligence with human resources”;
  • Mark Kelly, Founder AI Ireland, and of Alldus International: “Cutting thru the Hype: The potential for AI in Ireland’s future”;
  • Dr Martin Serano, Data Scientists & IoT Expert, Insight Centre for Data Analytics: “The challenges and opportunities for AI in Smart Cities”;
  • Prof Geraldine Boyle, UCC, and Director Irish Centre for Fetal and Neonatal Translational Research (INFANT): “AI for newborn health”;
  • Seamus Dowling, lecturer GMIT Mayo: “Don’t reinvent the AI wheel: using open-source AI tools and repositories”;
  • Prashanth Viswanath, Valeo: “Deep learning: the eyes and ears of today’s cars”; and,
  • Fi Hills, founder Fi Hills: “Heart is the new Smart – how to be a smart leader and create culture change that helps your workforce thrive in a disruptive age”.

GMIT iHub Manager and event organiser Turlough Rafferty says “The conference will be of interest to a broad range of people and sectors. The aim of the event is to introduce the concepts and benefits of AI to a non-technical audience, better informing them of the opportunities and challenges that this disruptive technology brings”.

The conference commences at 9:30am on Tuesday 20 November in lecture theatre POO2 on GMIT’s Mayo campus. To book one of just 20 remaining seats, visit: Full coverage of the speakers and the event can be found on Irish Tech News.