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Artificial Intelligence

WEDNESDAY

Track 1

10.00 to 10.50

Staying Safe in the AI Future

Cassie Kozyrkov - Google

11.45 to 12.25

Overview of Data Governance

Paco Nathan - Derwen

12.35 to 13.15

Psychology, AI & Big Data: the Science of Influence

Keith Dear - Royal Air Force

17.50 to 18.30

Big Data community… Are we close to the reality of our corporations or do we live in a separate world?

Carlos Beldarraín - Minsait

Track 2

13.20 to 14.00

Lessons learned from real AI deployments

David Tareen - SAS Institute

15.35 to 16.15

It’s all about the data: 5+1 tech trends for the roaring 20s

George Anadiotis - Linked Data Orchestration

16.20 to 17.00

10 hot reasons your AI project might not work out great

Nenad Bozic - SmartCat

17.05 to 17.45

How to train your robot (with Deep Reinforcement Learning)

Lucas García - MathWorks

Track 3

11.45 to 12.25

The case for a common Metadata Layer for Machine Learning

Jörg Schad - ArangoDB

16.20 to 17.00

Natural Language Generation: Explaining the unexplainable AI?

Alberto Bugarín - University of Santiago de Compostela

José María Alonso Moral - University of Santiago de Compostela

Track 4

13.20 to 14.00

Detecting “things” with edge computing and the cloud, and all the stuff you don’t see

Joaquín Amat Rodrigo - CEPSA

Ramiro Manso Alarcón - Keepler

15.35 to 16.15

An Image is Worth a Thousand Words (Vol. 2)

David López Recio - Minsait

Track 5

11.45 to 12.25

Fashion Recommendations at Scale, lessons learned

Humberto Corona - Zalando

12.35 to 13.15

Context-Based Interpretability for Visual Attention using AI

Javier Martínez Cebrián - BBVA Next Technologies

Miguel Ángel Fernández Torres - Carlos III University

17.50 to 18.30

The future was this: Serverless face recognition in real-time video

Javier Ramírez - Amazon Web Services

THURSDAY

Track 1

10.00 to 10.50

From HBDM (Human-Based Data Management) to AIDM (Artificial Intelligence Data Management)

Óscar Méndez - Stratio

11.40 to 12.20

AI for Good (and AI for Bad)

Miguel Luengo-Oroz - United Nations Global Pulse

13.10 to 13.50

Technoscience as the core of the Human Enterprise

Beatriz Sanz Saiz - Ernst and Young

Track 2

11.40 to 12.20

AI @ Scale

Pablo Peris - Microsoft

Carlos de Huerta - Microsoft

12.25 to 13.05

Innovation journey in healthcare industries

Eduardo W. Jørgensen - Medicsen

14.40 to 15.20

How I won the Alibaba self-driving LIDAR point cloud segmentation competition

Andrés Torrubia - fixr.com

15.25 to 16.05

Unpacking AutoML

Paco Nathan - Derwen

Track 3

13.10 to 13.50

AI and Medicine: From medical text, medical imaging… to genomics

Aurelia Bustos Moreno - Medbravo

14.40 to 15.20

xAI for unsupervised ML in anomaly detection. Use case of LUCA Comms

Alberto Barbado González - Telefónica

Álvaro Sánchez Pérez - Telefónica

Track 4

11.40 to 12.20

Would you trust your model with your life? Research vs. reality in AI

Heather Gorr - MathWorks

13.10 to 13.50

Spotting Voice Keywords and Beyond – Harnessing Audio Data in Deep Learning

Gabriele Bunkheila - MathWorks

Track 5

10.55 to 11.35

Climate change, AI, innovation and carbon credits

Juan Carlos Sesma - CO2 Revolution

13.55 to 14.35

From traditional Digital Banking to Intelligent Conversational Banking

Javier Porras Castaño - Unicaja

14.40 to 15.20

Bayesian Voice Emotion Detection Applied to Robotics: Adding Uncertainty

Rubén Martínez Sánchez - Datahack