Gartner predicts there will be 10 billion devices connected to the Internet in 2020, 22 billion by 2025. That is a huge amount of devices, generating enormous amounts of data. And that data needs to be processed. Machine Learning can be a great solution to handle this tidal wave of data: machines are much better are learning patterns from a huge pile of numbers than humans are.
18:30 Doors open + free burgers & drinks
19:00 Dennis Vroegop
20:30 End + drinks
But how does that work? What does it mean when we connect machines to intelligence? Will we make the Terminator movies come alive? Are we doomed?
To put your mind at ease, Dennis will show you what this all means and why we shouldn’t be afraid . He will explain what Machine Learning is and how we can use this to make sense of data. And yes, he will show this live on stage using some cool devices.
So if you are curious about processing data in the (not to distant) future, you should come and listen!
Dennis Vroegop is a seasoned developer and speaker. He is always on the lookout for new techniques to make the work of the developers easier. Of course, being a nerd, it has to be cool as well. Reason for him to focus on things such as Virtual Reality, IOT, AI, ML and in particular the HoloLens. Dennis is the author of the HoloLens Developers Guide and has appeared in numerous articles and tv programs talking about these technologie