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Deep Learning Summit Asia @SG 2016

October 20-21, 2016 | Event

Members from Panasonic R&D Center Singapore and various Panasonic divisions and centres in Japan attended the Deep Learning Summit Asia, which presented a great opportunity for us to gain new perspectives on approaches to technical advances in deep learning and smart AI, as well as new forms of creativity in the new technological era. It also provided us with new opportunities for business networking with other participants.

To date, the Deep Learning Summit Asia @SG 2016 is the 7th global Deep Learning Summit, and the first in Asia. It brought together industry leaders, CTOs, founders, research scientists, and entrepreneurs to explore the latest advancements and methods employed in deep learning, ranging from speech/text/image recognition to big data.

Speakers in the summit included representatives from companies and institutions such as NVIDIA, Yahoo Japan, UC Berkeley, Institute for Infocomm Research (I2R), National University of Singapore (NUS), Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Advanced Digital Sciences Center (ADSC), Google Brain, lloopp, just a few to name. They demonstrated the impact of deep learning revolution on various real applications including communications, manufacturing, healthcare and transportation.

The next Deep Learning Summit Singapore is scheduled to take place on April 27-28, 2017.

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