Predictive Analytics World, March 14-15 in San Francisco, includes the following talk, amongst over 40 rich sessions, from Astro Teller, Ph.D., Director of New Projects, Google.
"Making Technologies Intelligent: Data, Patterns, Access, and Architecture"
Using examples from his past companies and projects, Astro will give a tour through four key elements required to make products and services more intelligently automated. The talk will cover each of these four elements (data, patterns, access, and architecture), how each functions separately and how they function together to allow for automated products and services to be more intelligent and for them to be constantly improving in the automated intelligence they offer their users. The talk will also touch on feedback from users and user-interfaces for that feedback and how this plays into the intelligent technology ecosystem and lifecycle.
As a respected scientist and seasoned entrepreneur, Dr. Teller has successfully created and grown five companies and holds numerous U.S. patents related to his work in hardware and software technology. Dr. Teller's work in science, literature, art, and business has appeared in international media from the New York Times to CNN to NPR's "All Things Considered." Teller regularly gives invited talks for national and international technology, government, and business forums on the subject of the future of intelligent technology. For a more detailed bio, see https://www.predictiveanalyticsworld.com/sanfrancisco/2011/speakers.php#teller