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simMachines

simMachines

simMachines is a machine learning software company offering explainable AI solutions to a variety of industries. Visit our website or contact us for more information.

simMachines was founded in 2012 by data scientist Arnoldo Muller. Since 2004, the founder has achieved several scientific accomplishments and contributions, leading to the commercial launch of simMachines in 2016.

http://simmachines.com/

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BICO

BICO

The BICO Artificial Intelligence optimization platform will enhance rider experience and accelerate the growth of Bike Share Schemes in Santiago, Buenos Aires and across Brazil

London, 30th January 2018 – Stage Intelligence the leading Artificial Intelligence (AI) platform provider for Mobility and Logistics, has been selected by Tembici, the leader in bike sharing in Latin America, to deploy its BICO AI optimization platform in cities across the region. AI will be used to automate and accelerate Tembici’s operations creating efficiencies across their Bike Share Schemes as well as reducing their impact on the environment.

The initial phase of the deployment will cover cities in Brazil including Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Recife, Salvador, Port Alegre and Vila Velha. In phase two, the BICO AI optimization platform will be rolled out in Santiago, Chile, and Buenos Aires, Argentina. Altogether, Tembici will use BICO to optimise rider experience and increase the usability of over 16,000 bikes.

“Tembici is passionate about the transformation in Bike Share Schemes and recognises the potential of AI to benefit both its operations and riders across Latin America. After a successful trial, we are extremely proud to be deploying in eight new cities and using our platform to support the growth of Bike Share Schemes across the continent,” said Tom Nutley, CEO at Stage Intelligence. “Stage believe that a smarter approach to transport results in sustainable Bike Share Schemes but also healthy and happier riders and communities. We look forward to growing our partnership with Tembici across Latin America and enabling its success in new markets.”

Tembici is the largest Bike Share company in Latin America. Across its schemes, it was looking for a way to ensure usability for riders while creating new cost-efficiencies. Usability of a Bike Share Scheme is about ensuring that bikes and docking stations are available when and where they are needed most. When riders are able to access bikes or docks, they are likely to make Bike Share part of their daily routine. Reliability is an integral part of any mobility operation and ensuring access to bikes or docks enables both ridership and revenue growth in schemes.

“The BICO AI optimization platform delivers a benefit to our operations that enables us to keep providing an exceptional service to riders, and in the same time save costs. We have seen the power of the platform in our trials with Stage Intelligence and we believe BICO has tremendous potential for our schemes,” said Mauricio, COO at Tembici. “BICO has been proven to reduce the number of trucks required for redistribution which reduces CO2 emissions while also getting more people on bikes and enjoying cycling in our cities. It is a win-win for citizens and urban areas.”

Stage Intelligence has deployed its BICO AI optimization platform in Bike Share Schemes in major cities including Paris, Helsinki, Chicago and Guadalajara, Mexico. It has had success in reducing the number of trucks needed to redistribute bikes and over the last 12 months has reduced CO2 emissions in its Bike Share Schemes by 10 metric tonnes. Stage Intelligence has also seen the number of rides per bike per day increase by 5.5 in its top performing scheme. This means more people are using the scheme and using it consistently while operators benefit from increased return on investment per bike.

About Stage Intelligence

Stage Intelligence specialises in developing Artificial Intelligence solutions for the mobility and logistics industry. Its flagship solution, the BICO AI optimization platform, delivers real-time intelligence for the management of Bike Share Schemes.

BICO enables precise and optimal decision making and has been purpose-built to remove the complexity from managing resources within a Bike Share Scheme. Partners choose Stage Intelligence because its solutions increase their agility, adaptability and enable them to move beyond traditional manual processes.

Since its inception in 2011, Stage has collaborated with leading Bike Share operators from around the world to solve complex problems and deliver solutions that have a lasting impact on their operations.

www.stageintelligence.com

About tembici

Tembici is the leader in the Bike Share market in Latin America. Responsible for the planning, implementation and operation of shared bicycle systems in 18 cities in Brazil, Argentina and Chile. The company also has bicycles parking lots, totaling 34 projects that are part of the daily lives of 3.5 million users of Porto Alegre, Rio de Janeiro, Salvador and São Paulo, among others. Currently, the startup has more than 500 employees who ensure that more than 1 million trips a month are an excellent transportation experience in those cities.

www.tembici.com.br

Siddartha Khastgir

Siddartha Khastgir

Siddartha Khastgir is an automotive engineer on a mission to bring driverless cars to a safe reality. Sharing his passion for cars and driverless car technology and backed by extensive research during his PhD, he challenges our fundamental expectations of safety and our misconceptions about driverless cars.

This eye-opening talk cuts through the media-hype and provides an insider’s view into how we as a society can benefit from driverless cars, even if they are imperfect! Siddartha is the Research Lead for Verification & Validation of Driverless Car technologies at WMG, University of Warwick, UK. He has been recognised both nationally and internationally for his applied research contributions, and was listed in the prestigious Forbes ’30 Under 30′ Europe 2018 list. He is part of an international team of experts creating international standards for safe introduction of driverless cars.

 

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www.siddkhastgir.com

DigiFutura

DigiFutura

DigiFutura is design driven application development company focused to create compelling user experience design digital experiences and building topnotch highly scalable web and mobile applications for enterprises, startups and SME’s.

DigiFutura is specialized in helping clients with their data strategy, automating their mundane tasks by utilizing AI/ML methods and most importantly creating delightful user experiences based on data.

DigiFutura has been awarded as one of the Top 10 Best Startup in Mobile Application Development Companies in 2016 by Startup City Magazine.

Services: UI/UX Design, Mobile App Development, Web Developement, AI/ML Solutions.

Tech Skills: Ruby on Rails, React Native and ReactJS, NodeJS, Vue.js, AngularJS, Python, Swift, IBM Watson, Microsoft Cognitive Services, Google AI.

Industries Experince: Healthcare, Logistics, Finance, Education, Sports, Retail, Transportation, Wellness and Fitness.

Data Science for Social Good Fellowship (DSSG)

University of Warwick  and the Alan Turing Institute host the UK edition of the highly successful 12 week summer programme Data Science for Social Good Fellowship (DSSG). The motto of the programme “We’re training data scientists to tackle problems that really matter” following a successful template to deliver real value to the partnering organisations.

Data Science for Social Good academic internship

Deadline: 31/01/2019 12:00 (CST)

Period: 10/06/2019 – 30/08/2019

Stipend: competitive

Location: Warwick University (Coventry, UK) & Turing Institute (London, UK)

Opportunity Description:

The Data Science for Social Good academic internship is a 12-week paid programme designed to train data scientists with a passion for social impact. Since 2013, over 200 graduate and undergraduate students have spent their summers solving real-world problems with DSSG at the University of Chicago, and in 2019 the programme is being delivered in the UK for the first time.

Interns (known as Fellows at the University of Chicago) work on projects with non-profit and government partners around the world, helping these organisations do more with their data to improve their services, interventions and outreach. This year the DSSG programme will run in the UK, with academic interns based predominantly at the University of Warwick where they will work with Warwick Business School, the Department of Computer Science and Warwick Mathematics Institute.

The Internship is project-based and includes lectures, workshops and seminars, plus meet-ups and other social activities throughout the summer. Interns will also have an opportunity to meet and work with students and mentors from the global data science community.

How to Apply:Current graduate and final-year undergraduate students (including those recently graduated) are invited to apply before 31 January 12:00 (CST), via the University of Chicago. Click here for full details. There are also opportunities for technical mentors and project mentors (see here for more information).

 

2019 Event Listings – Packages Discounted until 31st Jan 2019

Welcome to the first Event Organiser Update for 2019 from Events.AI

Event Listing Discounts
It is time to get your 2019 AI Conference or Event listed on Events.AI, as we have a discount sale until 31st January 2019.

Please visit Add your Event page for full details of packages and prices and to request your event listing.

If you have 3 or more conferences during the year or require specific promotional requirements please mention on submission.

Event Promotion
Don’t forget you can post updates on your events to promote offers, highlight   keynote speakers or give summaries post event via our Submit Updates page.

Social Media Promotion
You can always use our twitter handle @Events_AI when you promote your event and we will make sure we retweet it too.

Need a Speaker?
We have a list of potential speaker who submit their details to us. If you are short of a speaker, let us know and we can check if we have anyone available.

Feedback and Suggestions
We always welcome feedback and suggestions. Let us know what else we can do to support the success of your AI Events. Use our contact us page.

 


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Women in AI launches in Sydney Australia

Women in AI launches in Sydney Australia

Newly appointed Australian Ambassador for global organization Women in AI (WAI), Beth Carey, is launching the group in February in Sydney. With the theme ‘Shaping AI for Good’ it will be the first WaiTALK in Australia so people in the AI community can come along, find out what WAI is doing and how you can be part of it.

With great sponsors, WeWork, Daisee, Microsoft, MrsVBrandlife and Pat Inc the evening will be informative and promises great networking opportunity. All welcome – girls and guys, find out more here and get your free ticket https://www.eventbrite.com/e/shaping-ai-for-good-tickets-53338834891

http://womeninai.co/

Women in AI launches in Sydney Australia

Newly appointed Australian Ambassador for global organization Women in AI (WAI), Beth Carey, is launching the group in February in Sydney. With the theme ‘Shaping AI for Good’ it will be the first WaiTALK in Australia so people in the AI community can come along, find out what WAI is doing and how you can be part of it.

With great sponsors, WeWork, Daisee, Microsoft, MrsVBrandlife and Pat Inc the evening will be informative and promises great networking opportunity. All welcome – girls and guys, find out more here and get your free ticket https://www.eventbrite.com/e/shaping-ai-for-good-tickets-53338834891

http://womeninai.co/



Source: Shared.AI


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Women in AI launches in Sydney Australia

Newly appointed Australian Ambassador for global organization Women in AI (WAI), Beth Carey, is launching the group in February in Sydney. With the theme ‘Shaping AI for Good’ it will be the first WaiTALK in Australia so people in the AI community can come along, find out what WAI is doing and how you can be part of it.

With great sponsors, WeWork, Daisee, Microsoft, MrsVBrandlife and Pat Inc the evening will be informative and promises great networking opportunity. All welcome – girls and guys, find out more here and get your free ticket https://www.eventbrite.com/e/shaping-ai-for-good-tickets-53338834891

http://womeninai.co/



Source: Shared.AI


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The Technological Future of Warfare

Technology has always been a driver in advancing forms of warfare, from spears and arrows to nuclear bombs. But with rapidly evolving technology, from drones to biotechnology, the way humanity wages war is about to change considerably.

The changing face of warfare is a double-edged sword. Technology, as a whole, is about improving efficiency and in warfare, this may mean that fewer human troops are required on the battlefield. More accurate and sophisticated weaponry may mean fewer civilian casualties, and – with human troops out of the equation – fewer mistakes made as a result of exhaustion and stress.

That’s the good news. Nonetheless, war is, to understate massively, never pleasant. There is a chance that advancing and automating warfare could lead to even more problems. This is a view shared by minds such as Stephen Hawking and Elon Musk, who famously both signed an open letter calling for a ban on autonomous weapons in 2015.

So, what different types of weapons are being advanced as part of this new technological era?

Drones

In January 2017, the US Department of Defence announced a successful demonstration of a swarm of autonomous micro-drones. 103 of these drones worked together, demonstrating decision-making, self-healing, and the ability to fly in adaptive formation.

Currently, the anti-air defences and missiles we have in place do not have the capacity to track devices the size of these micro-drone swarms. Whilst larger drones are limited by radar observability, stealth tech in the form of these smaller, autonomous aerial drones have the potential to cause serious damage. One flaw, however, may be the level of battery life needed to keep these micro-drones going for as long as they’re needed.

Tiny drones are not the only development in drone technology with the potential to alter the face of warfare. BAE Systems has recently announced plans, in association with the University of Glasgow, to “grow aircraft and some of their complex electronic systems, conceivably from a molecular level upwards”. Using environmentally sustainable materials, such UAVs will be chemically composed over a matter of weeks (as opposed to months). They will be able to travel at high altitude, at speeds exceeding those of adversary missiles.

Robots

From aerial robots to those on the ground. Robot ‘soldiers’ are the main technology that could reduce the number of human ground troops required. Autonomous vehicles and weapons will be able to identify and attack targets using pattern-recognition algorithms, with scarcely any human intervention. They could also identify wanted individuals and pull the trigger on authorisation.

Increased risk determination and fewer mistakes could reduce civilian casualties. But what happens if something goes wrong? That’s a question that needs addressing, and the one that Musk and Hawking, along with 1000 other signatories to the aforementioned open letter, are calling for.

Self-guided bullets and smart bombs are also coming. DARPA has developed these bullets to follow and strike moving targets, and smart bombs which use cameras and sensors to guide themselves towards targets.

Biological Warfare

The production of biological weapons is banned. But, as we all know, that doesn’t stop some from developing them anyway. Biological weapons, such as explosive devices or fitted missiles, containing disastrous viruses such as Zika, could have pandemic consequences. However, more worrying still could be the misuse of gene editing technology

Gene editing is one of the greatest technologies currently being worked on. It is being developed to reduce mortality from particular diseases and better functioning human organs. Great work, indeed. But in the wrong hands, it could spell disaster for the human race.

Killer swarms of insects, such as mosquitos, could be engineered using CRISPR technology. Equally, CRISPR could be misused to create viruses that attack human DNA, causing harm not just to the current generation, but those to follow.

If this all sounds a bit alarmist, then we apologise. Counter technologies are, of course, being developed to contain such risks. Extensive cybersecurity advancements, sensor technology, and tech such as VR and AR to train military personnel, are also on the cards. There is, as with any technology, a lot of fear of the unknown. The capacity for mistakes, or for highly advanced technology to fall into the wrong hands, is something we need to talk about. On the flipside, however, such advancements could actually improve (for want of a better word), the way we combat enemies and defend our own futures.


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Clinical and Medical Case Reports Conference 2019

Hi,

I am connecting with you to check whether you would be attending as a speaker for the Clinical and Medical Case Reports Conference 2019 to be held Barcelona, Spain May 27-28, 2019. We take great pleasure in inviting you to the conference.

We would be delighted to have your presence at the conference. We are looking for more than 500 attendees to represent their research works and ideas.  The theme of the conference is Clinical and medical case studies that pave way for an advanced healthcare. Let me know if you are interested and I wish to send more details on this. You can learn more about our congress by visiting our email: https://casereports.euroscicon.com/.

Cheers,

Ashley Benjamin| Program Manager

Clinical and Medical Case Reports 2019


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AI Company & AI Product of the Year Finalists

AI Company & AI Product of the Year Finalists

We are pleased to announce the AI Company and AI Product of the Year Finalists for our 3rd AI Awards.

The Finalists for our two most prestigious Awards are:

  • Node.io
  • Flyreel AI
  • Entrupy
  • Audio Analytic
  • IBM
  • Microsoft
  • Sana Labs

We had the largest response to our Awards this year, and our judges have had the most challenging of times reviewing all the entries to these two categories and reducing it down to a handful of finalists. All of the finalists and shortlisted nominations have been exceptionally high quality and demonstrate some amazing achievements in the field of Artificial Intelligence.

We thank everyone for their nominations this year, it has made the selection process very difficult with so many amazing companies and AI products being created. If gives us a huge amount of encouragement about the future of the industry.

The Winner of both Award category will be announced on the 11th December.

For more visit http://Awards.AI 

 


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Stage Intelligence Data Shows the Direct Impact AI Has on Growth and Sustainability in Bike Share Schemes

The BICO Artificial Intelligence optimization platform is enabling schemes across the globe to reduce CO2 emissions while increasing scheme ridership.

LONDON, 24th October 2018 – Stage Intelligence, the leading Artificial Intelligence (AI) platform provider for Mobility and Logistics, has released data showing how AI directly impacts Bike Share Scheme growth, efficiency and sustainability. Across Bike Share Schemes in Divvy Bikes (Chicago), City Bikes (Helsinki) and MIBICI (Guadalajara, Mexico), AI has been able to deliver positive outcomes for riders, scheme operators and the cities themselves.

One of the largest and most costly challenges in Bike Share Schemes is the redistribution of bikes across a city. The BICO AI optimization platform enables Bike Share Schemes to ensure bikes are available where they are needed, and docks are free when a rider ends their journey. A rider experience optimized with BICO’s AI drives repeat and regular use of the Bike Share Scheme resulting in increased riders and the reduction of redistribution trucks and staffing resources.

Ridership Growth Since Deploying Stage Intelligence’s BICO AI Platform:

  • Divvy Bikes, Chicago: Ridership increased by 0.75 Rides Per Day
  • MIBICI, Guadalajara: Ridership increased by 1.5 Rides Per Day
  • City Bikes, Helsinki: Ridership increased by 5.5 Rides Per Day

“When you see ridership growth increase, it means more riders are enjoying a reliable scheme and making it part of their daily routine while operators are increasing profitability. Each ride per day adds to a scheme’s bottom line and enables it to grow and scale effectively/efficiently,” said Tom Nutley, CEO at Stage Intelligence. “We are seeing AI create more liveable cities with sustainable transportation solutions, reducing traffic and improving air quality. That will have a lasting impact on how we experience urban environments.”

Over the last 12 months, the BICO AI optimization platform was able to reduce the number of miles driven by redistribution trucks by 10,000 miles with 100,000 less bikes being moved. With less redistribution trucks on the road, CO2 emissions caused by redistribution trucks were reduced by 10 metric tonnes, enabling schemes to reduce their carbon footprint while offering green transportation options moving one step closer to carbon neutral operations.

Divvy Bikes in Chicago is one example, they have seen a reduction of 4,000 hours of redistribution time which equates to 2.2 drivers per annum. This means there are less trucks on the road, new efficiencies in operations and an increase in ridership year on year. BICO enables them to optimize its resource management and ensure it is giving riders the best possible experience.

The BICO AI optimization platform enables users to collect, manage and visualise vast amounts of data and turn this data into actionable insights to drive growth within businesses. It enables users to automate processes to increase agility and adaptability whilst moving away from traditional reactive manual processes.

“The number of trips per bike has increased significantly in recent years, however we are continuing to work with the same resources as two years ago with the Government providing re-balancing vehicles for the scheme. Currently, during the week we register more than 12,000 trips per day, that is, about 6 trips per bicycle per day. This means that MIBICI represents an efficient transportation alternative for people and has had a very high level of acceptance,” said Mario Delgado, director of BKT bici pública Operator of MIBICI, a project from ‘Gobierno del Estado de Jalisco, Mexico’.

“In this context, the BICO platform has been an invaluable tool for the operation of the system, we have obtained greater performance of the vehicles and has been adapted to our additional strategies for the rebalancing,” Delgado added.

About Stage Intelligence

Stage Intelligence specialises in developing Artificial Intelligence solutions for the transport and logistics industry. Its flagship solution, the BICO AI optimization platform, delivers real-time intelligence for the management of Bike Share Schemes and other forms of mobility.

BICO enables precise and optimal decision making and has been purpose-built to remove the complexity from managing resources within a Bike Share Scheme. Partners choose Stage Intelligence because its solutions increase their agility, adaptability and enables them to move beyond traditional manual processes.

Since its inception in 2011, Stage has collaborated with leading Bike Share operators from around the world to solve complex problems and deliver solutions that have a lasting impact on their operations.

www.stageintelligence.co.uk

 

 

 

 

AI Expo North America 2018 – 28-29th November 2018

Location: Santa Clara, CA
Website:  https://www.ai-expo.net/northamerica/

The AI Conference & Exhibition taking place 28-29th November at Santa Clara Convention Center is a showcase of next generation technologies and strategiesfrom the world of Artificial Intelligence, an opportunity to explore and discover the practical and successful implementation of AI in driving forward your business in 2018 and beyond

3 co-located events. 15 conference tracks. 12,000 attendees. 300+ speakers. 300+ exhibitors.

The high-level conference will bring together forward-thinking brands, market leaders, AI evangelists and hot start-upsto explore and debate the advancements in Artificial Intelligence and the impacts within the Enterprise & Consumer sectors.  Topics covered include Business Intelligence, Deep Learning, Machine Learning, AI Algorithms, Data & Analytics, Virtual Assistants & Chatbotsas well as case study based presentations proving an insight into the deployment of AI across different verticals.

The AI Expo will bring together over 2,000 visitorsover the two days including IT decision makers, developers & designers, heads of innovation, brand managers, data analysts and scientists, start-ups and innovators, tech providers and venture capitalists.

The AI Expo will be co-hosted alongside the IoT Tech Expo, the largest global gathering for the Internet of Things sector, and Blockchain Expo, with both shows attracting in excess of 12,000attendees for two days of insightful content covering the whole ecosystem surrounding IoT & Blockchain.


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DayOne – Monaco – November 28-30, 2018

In the course of three days, november 28 to 30 in Monaco, the most influencial leaders, thinkers and doers in the world, will gather at Day One to shape a fair and inclusive digital age. We’d like to offer you the chance to join the movement and participate in making key decisions that will impact the whole world. 80 international speakers will debate on stage, in front of an audience of more than 1000 leaders ready to take action with them. No boring sessions, only participative thinking, one common thread : How to make the digital transformation fair and inclusive for organizations, society, and individuals.

URL: (with discount code) : https://www.dayone-event.com/?payment_promo_code=DO18-EVENTS-AI&utm_source=aie&utm_medium=partner&utm_campaign=do18


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Stage Intelligence Appoints Tom Nutley as CEO to Drive Its Next Phase of Growth

The appointment comes as Stage Intelligence ramps up its development of new transportation solutions based on its BICO Artificial Intelligence platform

LONDON, 2nd October 2018 – Stage Intelligence, the leading Artificial Intelligence (AI) platform provider for Mobility and Logistics, has appointed Tom Nutley to the role of Chief Executive Officer (CEO). The appointment marks the next phase of growth for Stage Intelligence as it uses its BICO Artificial Intelligence platform to solve an increasing number of challenges in Mobility and Logistics.

Nutley has a track record of success in business development and nurturing Bike Share Scheme customers across the globe. He has spent the last two years expanding Stage Intelligence’s presence in the Americas and Europe while enabling millions of riders to benefit from optimal Bike Share Scheme experiences. Nutley assumes the day-to-day leadership of the company and succeeds Toni Kendall-Troughton, who will maintain her role on the board of Stage Intelligence.

“It is a tremendous honour to serve as CEO for Stage Intelligence. I’ve seen so much accomplished over the last two years and I believe our BICO AI platform can do even more to optimise how people experience transportation and their urban environments. We’re already seeing more people using Bike Share Schemes globally thanks to our platform and as we deploy in new cities we’re helping schemes to expand and grow,” said Tom Nutley, CEO at Stage Intelligence. “I’m excited for our future and look forward to pushing our platform to new places and solving our customers’ challenges”.

Stage Intelligence has deployed its BICO AI platform in Bike Share Schemes in major cities like Paris, Helsinki, Chicago and Guadalajara, Mexico. It has success in creating new efficiencies in Bike Share Scheme management and enabling the optimised distribution of bikes across a scheme. The result is cost-savings for the scheme operators, growth in ridership and an enhanced rider experience.

“Tom is passionate about our business and is dedicated to our mission of solving some of the biggest challenges in Transportation and Logistics with AI. Over the last two years, he has been on the road telling our story and helping our customers to understand how AI can transform how they operate,” said Toni Kendall-Troughton, Board Member at Stage Intelligence. “Going forward, I see Tom driving our growth in new areas that can benefit from AI like dockless bikes, electric scooter schemes as well as taxis and other forms of transportation. It is an exciting time at Stage Intelligence and Tom is a great pick to lead the business into the future.”

The BICO AI platform enables users to collect, manage and visualise vast amounts of data and turn this data into actionable insights to drive growth within businesses. It enables users to automate processes to increase agility and adaptability whilst moving away from traditional reactive manual processes. Over the coming months, Stage Intelligence will be announcing new products and services that use the BICO AI platform to support the growth of a range of transportation types. It also has schemes coming online across North and South America in the coming months.

About Stage Intelligence

Stage Intelligence specialises in developing Artificial Intelligence solutions for the transport and logistics industry. Its flagship solution, the BICO recommendation engine, delivers real-time intelligence for the management of Bike Share Schemes.

BICO enables precise and optimal decision making and has been purpose-built to remove the complexity from managing resources within a Bike Share Scheme. Partners choose Stage Intelligence because its solutions increase their agility, adaptability and enable them to move beyond traditional manual processes.

Since its inception in 2011, Stage has collaborated with leading Bike Share operators from around the world to solve complex problems and deliver solutions that have a lasting impact on their operations.

www.stageintelligence.co.uk

 

 

 

 

6th Global Summit on Artificial Intelligence and Neural Networks

   In recent years genetic algorithm neural networks (GANN) and natural language processing (NLP) have entered to provide, “Data into Knowledge” (DiK) solutions. Research with GANN and NLP has enabled tools to be developed that selectively filters big data and combine this data into microSelf-Reinforcement and personalized gamification of any DiK in Dynamic real-time. The combination of GA, NLP, MSRL & Dynamic Gamification has enabled people to experience relieve in their quest to turn DiK faster and easier
Until Mr. Elon Musk creates a plug in Matrix solution humans are stuck with a multi-sensor Knowledge Generator approach

See – https://neuralnetworks.conferenceseries.com


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AI & Robotics Conference co-located with CXtech conference, 12 October, London

AI & Robotics Conference co-located with CXtech conference, 12 October, London

AI & Robotics Conference co-located with CXtech conference, 12 October, London

This year we have partnered with the AI & Robotics Conference to Showcase a number of our shortlisted nominated companies across a number of the AI Awards categories. Come and see their products being demonstrated. We will even be awarding an additional Best in Show Award on the day.

See How AI is transforming business and customer experience 

Awards AI has secured a discount of £300

Final price is £295+ Vat and includes access to both events, refreshments, lunch, networking reception, printed programme and access to the Awards AI Showcase.

Use code AWA295  Apply for tickets Here

On 12 October, AI & Robotics and CXtech, two co-located conferences and an interactive solutions showcase, will reveal how AI and advanced technologies are transforming business and customer experience. They will bring together world leading experts in AI  and CX in a programme that is already attracting senior business users from national and multinational organisations.

Hear from Amazon, TSB, easyJet, TCS, Ordnance Survey, National Express, RBS, NewDay, Two Circles and others, on what lessons have been learnt so far on the impact and implementation of AI and automation on businesses, customers and employees

VIEW AI & Robotics Programme                         VIEW CXtech Programme 

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