Deep Machine Learning, AI and Quantum Computing Seminar

Breakthrough technologies are likely to shape the way we approach many of the most pressing global issues and address societal and environmental challenges. They have the power to create their own markets or disrupt existing industries. 

Attendees at this seminar will get first-hand access to cutting-edge technologies, scientific innovations, advanced technologies on the verge of commercialization, multinational organizations seeking collaborations as well as the best Israeli start-ups operating in the aforementioned fields.

 

Agenda


14:00-14:10: Opening Remarks

Dr. Orna Berry, Director of Technology, Google Cloud, Israel

 

14:10-14:20: National Level Adoption of Artificial Intelligence and Data Science

Dr. Orna Berry, Director of Technology, Google Cloud, Israel

 

14:20-14:30: Hebrew Natural Language Processing: What, How and Whither

Prof. Reut Tsarfaty, Associate Professor, Bar-Ilan University, Israel

 

14:30-14:40: The Essential Roles of Humans in Artificial Intelligence-Based Systems.

Prof. Sarit Kraus, Bar-Ilan University and CyboWall Advisory Board, Israel

 

14:40-14:50: Artificial Intelligence: From Theory to Practice

Col. (Res.) Shay Dan, General Partner at “The garage” venture platform, Artificial intelligence expert, Israel

 

14:50-15:00: Quantum Technology - Building an Israeli Eco-System

Dr. Tal David, Former Head of Israel National Quantum initiative, Israel

 

15:00-15:10: Emerging Technologies & Diplomacy - a Time of Opportunity

Yael Ravia-Zadok, Deputy Director General, Head of Economic Diplomacy Division, Ministry of Affairs, Israel 

 

15:10-15:20: Collaborating Internationally on Quantum Computing: Challenges and Opportunities

Prof. Nadav Katz, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

 

15:20-15:30: Closing Remarks
 

 

Audience

The session is open to all attendees with relevant conference credentials. There is no need to pre-register for this session. 

In Collaboration With

  • 18000Attendees
  • 180+Speakers
  • 200Companies
  • 90Startups
  • 160Delegations
  • 18000Attendees
  • 180+Speakers
  • 200Companies
  • 90Startups
  • 160Delegations