About Minds Mastering Machines [M³]

agenda imgMachine learning, analytics and AI are changing the world and your organisation, whether you’re awash in data, or are trying to glean insights from a sparse set of information points.

Rapid advances in both software and the underlying hardware are pushing the technology into fields ranging from finance, manufacturing and customer service to healthcare, research and of course, smart buildings and autonomous transport.

The sector is awash with hype, but M³ will take you beyond the utopian visions and back to reality, showing you how to put these advances to work.

We will build on the success of our 2017 event to show how rapid progress in frameworks, libraries, and applications as well as the underling onprem or distributed hardware are allowing traditional enterprises and organisations, whether large or small, to access the same tools and techniques as elite academic researchers and Silicon Valley’s webscale players. More importantly, we will show you how to integrate them into your organisation, to address the questions that matter to you.

Together with our speakers and your fellow attendees, we we will help you make your applications, and organisation, smarter, whether you’re a developer, architect or CIO looking to expand their skills, or planning a strategic change in your organisation’s direction.

Conference sessions and in-depth workshops will get you familiar with basic and advanced concepts, help you determine which aspects of your products and systems would benefit from machine learning techniques, and guide you on on how to incorporate and implement them. Meanwhile experts in the field will get a chance to dive deep, exchange experiences, get inspired by different approaches and use the conference as a platform to make new contacts to advance their projects.

How we do it:

  • Top-class keynote speakers
  • All-day workshops
  • Conference sessions with proven experts
  • Exhibition area highlighting key players
  • All day refuelling
  • Get-together on the evening of the first conference day