An Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
July 14, 2016: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Chicago Booth alumni and students are cordially invited to a presentation on "An Introduction to Artificial Intelligence" with Sinuhe Arroyo, '11 (EXP-16) Founder & CEO of Taiger.
Paperclip Startup Campus
3/F, Nam Wo Hong Building
148 Wing Lok Street, Sheung Wan
Hong Kong, Hong Kong
"An Introduction to Artificial Intelligence" powered by Citi Mobile Challenge, Paperclip, PwC, and HonestBee
Join Chicago Booth alumni for the Citi FinTech Meetup series powered by Paperclip / PwC / Chicago Booth / HonestBee.
19:00 - 19:30 Registration
19:30 - 20:30 Presentation and Q&A panel
20:30 - 21:00 Networking
- What is Artificial Intelligence (AI)
- An introduction to key AI concepts (including Machine Learning and Natural Language Processing)
- Practical applications of AI both now and in the future
- Interactive Q&A
Sinuhe Arroyo, '11 (EXP-16) (Speaker)
Founder & CEO, Taiger
Sinuhe is founder and CEO of Taiger, a company that believes in the value of harnessing advanced artificial intelligence technologies to deliver superior performance and client experience. He leads a diverse global team of passionate innovators that create value by delivering dramatic, scalable, dynamic improvements in customer service via the Taiger suite of products. These include Conversational Assistants, Enterprise Search and Advanced Information Extraction that turn data into knowledge. Taiger helps people and businesses extract meaning from both structured and unstructured data. This is achieved via patented Artificial Intelligence technologies that creatively combine traditional Machine Learning and Natural Language Processing with advanced Knowledge Representation and Reasoning.
Prior to launching Taiger, Sinuhe worked as corporate development manager at phion AG helping to complete the acquisition of Visonys AG and successfully established new business partnerships internationally. Before phion AG he worked at DERI as project manager, taking part in several world-class research projects that laid down the foundations of semantic technology. Sinuhe began his career at iSOCO S.A., where in year 2000 he contributed to one of the first commercial semantic technology projects worldwide.
Sinuhe holds an MBA from Chicago Booth and a PhD in computer science (computational semantic technology) from the University of Innsbruck (Austria).
Peter Williams, '10 (AXP-9)