Tech giant NVIDIA and executive search firm Odgers Berndtson are partnering on a series of events to showcase the next generation of AI and deep learning technologies.
As businesses are becoming more aware of the opportunities presented by machine learning, NVIDIA – a pioneer in the advancement of deep learning – is hosting a series of events in collaboration with Odgers Berndtson.
"The primary goal of the NVIDIA Inception program is to nurture exceptional AI start-ups and help their business reach the next level," explains Serge Lemonde, NVIDIA Deep Learning Start-ups Business Director, EMEAI. "Our partnership with Odgers Berndtson at these events provides Inception members with invaluable exposure to potential customers and investors from some of Europe's leading companies. It's also an opportunity for these companies to gain an early-mover advantage by discovering innovative start-ups using AI to revolutionize their industries."
“The potential for artificial intelligence and deep learning in both the corporate and consumer markets is substantial, but it’s also early in its evolution,” says Michael Drew, Technology Partner at Odgers Berndtson. “We are delighted to build on our role supporting NVIDIA’s strategic talent agenda by helping them showcase to new audiences the pioneering providers that are transforming their markets with this technology.”
The first event, held in Frankfurt on 22nd March will focus on the impact of deep-learning in financial services. A second on 26th June in London will look at the opportunities available to the healthcare sector.
Speaking about the upcoming event in Frankfurt, Odgers Berndtson Partner Markus Trost, said:
“Financial Services is the first of many verticals to become early-adopters of this disruptive technology. Applying AI on a large scale will require specific skills; with ready access to that talent, Odgers Berndtson is pleased to be partnering on these events to provide fresh insight to our network of business leaders.”
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