Join us on Monday, July 27 for a virtual briefing with WIRED editor Greg Williams and Kate Kallot, the director of AI ecosystems for the machine learning group at Arm, as they explore the future of artificial intelligence.
Date: Monday, July 27, 2020Time: 13.00 BST / 08.00 ESTAccess: Complimentary Book now
Kallot – whose work focuses on the creation of disruptive AI applications – will explain what today’s AI ecosystem looks like, and how it is evolving amidst the coronavirus outbreak
In this punchy 25-minute briefing, we’ll explore the major differences in the localised responses to the global COVID-19 pandemic, and how emerging markets such as Africa are developing its software developer hubs, and applying innovative ways to solve region-specific challenges with artificial intelligence.
Register for this thought-provoking discussion online here.
About Kate Kallot
Kallot is the director of AI ecosystems for the Machine Learning Group at Arm. In this role she works closely with partners and influencers to create disruptive AI applications on Arm-based technologies. She has a special interest in Tech for Good and a strong belief in the power of AI to drive social change.
She has won multiple awards throughout her career including the CES ‘Best of Innovation Award’ and the China AI Industry Innovation Alliance ‘Most Remarkable Product Award’ in 2018.
Kallot holds a BA and MBA from EFAP, International School of Marketing, Paris.
About WIRED Virtual Briefings
Designed as an extension of WIRED’s long-running live conference portfolio, WIRED virtual briefings are punchy, deliberate and engaging sessions that reflect the same high calibre of speakers and programming featured at a WIRED event. Part of the WIRED Foresight series, curated by WIRED editor, Greg Williams.