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4 TRACKS

Machine Learning AI Online With The Best Conference

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MACHINE LEARNING RESEARCH
Machine and Deep Learning Fundamentals, implementation and new modelling strategies for your frameworks straight from the labs.
Chatbot online developer AI conference

2

DEEP LEARNING,
NLP & CHATBOTS
Detection, tracking & integration tips for robots, drones & autonomous vehicles. Leverage conversational architecture with bot-builders and a slick UX.
Computer Vision online developer AI conference

3

APPLIED AI: STARTUPS, INDUSTRY & SOCIETY
Discover the applications of AI from startups and industry, what it takes to manage an AI company and the impacts on society with this technology.
Platform and Programme Demos online developer AI conference

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DEMOS & TUTORIALS
Be the first to discover the algorithms, APIs, platforms and tools enabling AI tech with these hands-on sessions, demos and workshops.
Simon Segars
CEO, Arm
Since joining Arm as one of its first employees, Simon has driven technical and business innovations to help transform the company into the leading architect of the most pervasive compute technology the world has ever seen. Simon led the development of early ground-breaking Arm processors – the Arm7 and Arm9 – powering the world’s first digital mobile phones. He played a key role in developing industry standards, and his engineering work led to him being granted several embedded-systems patents. He became vice president of engineering in 2001, and before being named as Arm CEO in July 2013, he held several other strategy positions including global head of sales. He was personally responsible for expanding the company’s U.S. business and strengthening its leadership and relationships in California’s Silicon Valley, where he still lives with his family. Simon helped steer the company through the 2016 acquisition by SoftBank, and, in June 2017, was elected to serve on the SoftBank board. He also sits on the boards of the Global Semiconductor Alliance (GSA), the Electronic System Design Alliance (ESD Alliance), TechWorks and is a non-executive director at Dolby Laboratories, Inc. Simon earned his BEng in electronic engineering from the University of Sussex and an MSc in computer science from the University of Manchester. In recognition of his extraordinary lifetime accomplishments and his impact to the global tech industry, Simon was conferred an Honorary Doctor of Science from the University of Sussex.
Massimo Banzi
Co-Founder and CTO, Arduino
Massimo Banzi is the co-founder of the Arduino project. He is an Interaction Designer, Educator and Open Source Hardware advocate. He has worked as a consultant for clients such as: Prada, Artemide, Persol, Whirlpool, V&A Museum and Adidas. Massimo started the first FabLab in Italy which led to the creation of Officine Arduino, a FabLab/Makerspace based in Torino. He spent 4 years at the Interaction Design Institue Ivrea as Associate Professor. Massimo has taught workshops and has been a guest speaker at institutions allover the world. Before joining IDII he was CTO for the Seat Ventures incubator. He spent many years working as a software architect,both in Milan and London, on projects for clients like Italia Online, Sapient, Labour Party, BT, MCI WorldCom, SmithKlineBeecham, Storagetek, BSkyB and boo.com. Massimo is also the author of “Getting Started with Arduino” published by O’Reilly. He is a regular contributor to the italian edition of Wired Magazine and Che Futuro, an online magazine about innovation. He currently teaches Interaction Design at SUPSI Lugano in the south of Switzerland and is a visiting professor at CIID in Copenhagen.
Chris Anderson
CEO, 3D Robotics
Chris is the CEO of 3DR, founder and chairman of the Linux Foundation's Dronecode Project, and founder of the DIY Drones and DIY Robocars communities, including the ArduPilot autopilot project. From 2001 through 2012 he was the Editor in Chief of Wired Magazine. Before Wired Chirs was with The Economist for seven years in London, Hong Kong and New York. He's the author of the New York Times bestselling books The Long Tail and Free as well as Makers: The New Industrial Revolution. Awards include: Editor of the Year by Ad Age (2005). Named to the "Time 100," the newsmagazine's list of the 100 most influential people in the world (2007). Loeb Award for Business Book of the Year (2007). Wired named Magazine of the Decade by AdWeek for my tenure (2009). Time Magazine's Tech 40 -- The Most Influential Minds In Technology (2013). Foreign Policy Magazine's Top 100 Global Thinkers (2013) Chris founded GeekDad, BookTour and a few other companies now lost in the mists of time. His background is in science, starting with studying computational physics and doing research at Los Alamos and culminating in six years at the two leading scientific journals, Nature and Science. In his misspent youth he was a bit player in the DC punk scene and, amusingly, a band called REM (not that one).
Jem Davies
VP, Fellow and GM, Machine Learning Group, Arm
Pete Warden
TensorFlow Lite Engineering Lead, Google
John Fry
Senior Director Technology Strategy ISG, Arm
John has a background in statistical and digital signal processing and over the last 20 years has worked on the roll out of digital broadcast TV, 3G & 4G cellular, and networking systems. Currently John leads applied machine learning and technology strategy for Arm’s IoT Services Group.
Timnit Gebru
Research Scientist, Google AI
Kidus Asfaw
Technology & Innovation Partnerships, UNICEF
Kidus manages UNICEF’s Technology & Innovation Partnerships. Starting with his first UNICEF job in Kampala, Uganda, Kidus has 40+ country deployments under his belt and the rare exposure to the real needs of children and their mother, and the power technology and business brings to advancing their lives. Before joining UNICEF, Kidus worked at the World Bank, Accenture, and Google. He is a graduate of Princeton University and Duke University.
Presenting companies include
Amazon Web Services
Arduino
Arm
BabbleLabs
Dori AI
Google
Avnet
Matrix Labs
Microsoft
OpenMV
Qeexo
Shoreline IoT
Swim.ai

Agenda

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Cloud, Data, & Security
Devices, Connectivity, & Smart Applications
8:00 am
9:00 am
Registration

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9:00 am
10:00 am
Keynote
Simon Segars
CEO, Arm
10:00 am
10:30 am
Keynote
Chris Anderson
CEO, 3D Robotics
10:30 am
10:40 am
Break

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10:40 am
11:10 am
Scalable ML Acceleration with ONNX Runtime
Manash Goswami
Principal Program Manager, Microsoft
Building End-to-End Machine Learning Workflows with Arm - Cloud Service 1/3
Austin Blackstone
Developer Evangelist, Arm
1
TinyML Application Development for Everyone 1/3
Sandeep Mistry
Senior Software Engineer, Arduino
Building IoT System with Mbed and Pelion
Wen Chou
Engineer, Arm
11:10 am
11:40 am
CubeAI
TBD
Building End-to-End Machine Learning Workflows with Arm - Cloud Service 2/3
TinyML Application Development for Everyone 2/3
Building IoT System with Mbed and Pelion
Wen Chou
Engineer, Arm
Adafruit Badge Making
11:40 am
12:10 pm
Arm Machine Learning Frameworks and Tools
Steve Steele
Director of Product Marketing, Arm
Building End-to-End Machine Learning Workflows with Arm - Cloud Service 3/3
TinyML Application Development for Everyone 3/3
Building IoT System with Mbed and Pelion
Wen Chou
Engineer, Arm
Adafruit Badge Making
12:10 pm
1:00 pm
Lunch

break

1:00 pm
1:30 pm
Pelion Unified ID - The Key to Iot at Scale
Bee Hayes-Thakore
Director, Business Enablement-Connectivity, Arm Cloud Services
Building End-to-End Machine Learning Workflows with Arm - Gateway Solution 1/5
Wei Xiao and Gian Marco Iodice
AI ecosystem, Arm
Privacy-Focused Edge-Based Voice AI on a Connected IoT Device 1/3
Samreen Islam, Carlos Chacin and Alfred Gonzalez-Cuzan
Community Manager, Software Developer and Innovation Manager, MATRIX Labs
Get to Know Your Users – Learning How to Build User Personas on Your Own
Wen Chou
Senior UX Research Specialist, Arm
Get Started with Drone Development on PX4
Jinger Zeng
Community & Partnership Manager, Auterion
1:30 pm
2:00 pm
Introduction to the GSMA and the GSMA Innovators Community
TBD
Building End-to-End Machine Learning Workflows with Arm - Gateway Solution 2/5
Privacy-Focused Edge-Based Voice AI on a Connected IoT Device 2/3
Get to Know Your Users – Learning How to Build User Personas on Your Own
Wen Chou
Senior UX Research Specialist, Arm
Get Started with Drone Development on PX4
Jinger Zeng
Community & Partnership Manager, Auterion
2:00 pm
2:30 pm
Building Noise-Immune Speech Interfaces for IoT
Chris Rowen
CEO, BabbleLabs
Building End-to-End Machine Learning Workflows with Arm - Gateway Solution 3/5
Privacy-Focused Edge-Based Voice AI on a Connected IoT Device 3/3
Get Started with Drone Development on PX4
Jinger Zeng
Community & Partnership Manager, Auterion
2:30 pm
2:40 pm
Break

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2:40 pm
3:10 pm
A Full Arm IoT Stack from Sensors to the Cloud
Carl Perry
Ecosystem Engineer, Packet
Building End-to-End Machine Learning Workflows with Arm - Gateway Solution 4/5
EP
TBD
Focus Group 1
Adafruit Badge Making
3:10 pm
3:50 pm
Getting Started with a Self-Driving RC Car
Rahul Ravikumar
DIY Robocars Community Member and Software Engineer, Google
Building End-to-End Machine Learning Workflows with Arm - Gateway Solution 5/5
EP
TBD
Focus Group 2
Adafruit Badge Making
3:50 pm
4:00 pm
Break

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4:00 pm
5:00 pm
Panel: Changing the Landscape of AIoT Together; The Importance of Diversity in Tech
5:00 pm
7:00 pm
Reception

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Cloud, data, & security
Devices, Connectivity, & Smart applications
8:00 am
9:00 am
Registration

break

9:00 am
9:30 am
Massimo Banzi
CTO and Co-founder, Arduino
Keynote
9:30 am
10:00 am
Mark Spates
Head of Smart Home Products, Google
Keynote
10:00 am
10:30 am
TBD
Keynote
10:30 am
10:40 am
Break

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10:40 am
11:10 am
Ian Perez Ponce
Global Business Development IoT, Amazon Web Services
Extending Machine Learning to Industrial IoT Applications at the Edge with AWS
Neil Tan & Austin Blackstone
Developer Evangelists, Arm
Building End-to-End Machine Learning Workflows with Arm - Endpoint Solution
Raullen Chai
CEO & Co-founder, IoTeX
End-to-End Security with Arm-based Edge Devices & IoTeX Blockchain 1/3
Wen Chou
Engineer, Arm
Building IoT System with Mbed and Pelion
11:10 am
11:40 am
Dr Simon Crosby
CTO, Swim.ai
Listen to Your Data: Swim Builds AI Models and Predicts in Real-Time
10:40am - 12:10pm
Building End-to-End Machine Learning Workflows with Arm - Endpoint Solution
End-to-End Security with Arm-based Edge Devices & IoTeX Blockchain 2/3
Wen Chou
Engineer, Arm
Building IoT System with Mbed and Pelion
Adafruit Badge Making
11:40 am
12:10 pm
Nitin Gupta
VP Product, Dori AI
From Concept to Production: Design and Optimize Enterprise Computer Vision Applications on Embedded Arm Devices
10:40am - 12:10pm
Building End-to-End Machine Learning Workflows with Arm - Endpoint Solution
End-to-End Security with Arm-based Edge Devices & IoTeX Blockchain 3/3
Wen Chou
Engineer, Arm
Building IoT System with Mbed and Pelion
Adafruit Badge Making
12:10 pm
1:00 pm
Lunch

break

1:00 pm
1:30 pm
Zach Lasiuk
Senior Solutions Designer, Arm
Ci in IoT/EmbeddedL Creating a Simple, Scalable and Automated Workflow
Richard Hayton
CTO, Trustonic
Secure IoT With Microchip and Kinibi-M 1/3
Adam Benzion
CEO, Hackster.io by Avnet
Unlock the Potential of IoT Security with Microsoft's Azure Sphere 1/3
Wen Chou
Senior UX Research Specialist, Arm
Get to Know Your Users – Learning How to Build User Personas on Your Own
Peter Ma and Kwabena Agyeman
Founder, Paschar | President, OpenMV
Innovator Sessions

Session 1: AI & Robots, Peter Ma, Founder (Paschar LLC)
Session 2: OpenMV Cam H7 Pro, Kwabena Agyeman, President (OpenMV LLC)

1:30 pm
2:00 pm
Tina Shyuan
Product Manager, Qeexo
Next Generation Machine Learning for Mobile and Embedded Platforms
Secure IoT With Microchip and Kinibi-M 2/3
Unlock the Potential of IoT Security with Microsoft's Azure Sphere 2/3
Wen Chou
Senior UX Research Specialist, Arm
Get to Know Your Users – Learning How to Build User Personas on Your Own
Peter Ma and Kwabena Agyeman
Founder, Paschar | President, OpenMV
Innovator Sessions

Session 1: AI & Robots, Peter Ma, Founder (Paschar LLC)
Session 2: OpenMV Cam H7 Pro, Kwabena Agyeman, President (OpenMV LLC)

2:00 pm
2:30 pm
Secure IoT With Microchip and Kinibi-M 3/3
Unlock the Potential of IoT Security with Microsoft's Azure Sphere 3/3
Peter Ma and Kwabena Agyeman
Founder, Paschar | President, OpenMV
Innovator Sessions

Session 1: AI & Robots, Peter Ma, Founder (Paschar LLC)
Session 2: OpenMV Cam H7 Pro, Kwabena Agyeman, President (OpenMV LLC)

2:30 pm
2:40 pm
Break

break

2:40 pm
3:10 pm
Carel Grove
Technical Trainer, Arm
How We Got Rid of Passwords in IoT
Pete Warden, Kirk Benell, Rob Reynolds and Arpit Shah
TensorFlow Lite engineering lead, Google | CTO, SparkFun | Creative Technologist,SparkFun | Director of Technology and Partner Enablement, Ambiq Micro
Build Your Own Harry Potter Wand with TensorFlow Lite Micro 1/4
Containers in an Iot World - How Docker Can Make It Easier to Deploy Your Application on an Edge Device 1/4
Focus Group 3
Adafruit Badge Making
3:10 pm
3:40 pm
Build Your Own Harry Potter Wand with TensorFlow Lite Micro 2/4
Containers in an Iot World - How Docker Can Make It Easier to Deploy Your Application on an Edge Device 2/4
Focus Group 4
Adafruit Badge Making
3:40 pm
4:10 pm
Build Your Own Harry Potter Wand with TensorFlow Lite Micro 3/4
Containers in an Iot World - How Docker Can Make It Easier to Deploy Your Application on an Edge Device 3/4
4:10 pm
5:00 pm
Katherine Scott
Developer Advocate, Open Robotics
Robot Operating System (ROS): Current and Future Capabilities on Embedded Systems
Build Your Own Harry Potter Wand with TensorFlow Lite Micro 4/4
Containers in an Iot World - How Docker Can Make It Easier to Deploy Your Application on an Edge Device 4/4
Cloud, Data, & Security
Devices, Connectivity, & Smart Applications
8:00 am
9:00 am
Registration

break

9:00 am
10:00 am
Simon Segars
CEO, Arm
Keynote
10:00 am
10:30 am
Chris Anderson
CEO, 3D Robotics
Keynote
10:30 am
10:40 am
Break

break

10:40 am
11:10 am
Manash Goswami
Principal Program Manager, Microsoft
Scalable ML Acceleration with ONNX Runtime
Austin Blackstone
Developer Evangelist, Arm
Building End-to-End Machine Learning Workflows with Arm - Cloud Service 1/3
1
11:10 am
11:40 am
TBD
CubeAI
Building End-to-End Machine Learning Workflows with Arm - Cloud Service 2/3
11:40 am
12:10 pm
Steve Steele
Director of Product Marketing, Arm
Arm Machine Learning Frameworks and Tools
Building End-to-End Machine Learning Workflows with Arm - Cloud Service 3/3
12:10 pm
1:00 pm
Lunch

break

1:00 pm
1:30 pm
Bee Hayes-Thakore
Director, Business Enablement-Connectivity, Arm Cloud Services
Pelion Unified ID - The Key to Iot at Scale
Wei Xiao and Gian Marco Iodice
AI ecosystem, Arm
Building End-to-End Machine Learning Workflows with Arm - Gateway Solution 1/5
1:30 pm
2:00 pm
TBD
Introduction to the GSMA and the GSMA Innovators Community
Building End-to-End Machine Learning Workflows with Arm - Gateway Solution 2/5
2:00 pm
2:30 pm
Chris Rowen
CEO, BabbleLabs
Building Noise-Immune Speech Interfaces for IoT
Building End-to-End Machine Learning Workflows with Arm - Gateway Solution 3/5
2:30 pm
2:40 pm
Break

break

2:40 pm
3:10 pm
Carl Perry
Ecosystem Engineer, Packet
A Full Arm IoT Stack from Sensors to the Cloud
Building End-to-End Machine Learning Workflows with Arm - Gateway Solution 4/5
3:10 pm
3:50 pm
Rahul Ravikumar
DIY Robocars Community Member and Software Engineer, Google
Getting Started with a Self-Driving RC Car
Building End-to-End Machine Learning Workflows with Arm - Gateway Solution 5/5
3:50 pm
4:00 pm
Break

break

4:00 pm
5:00 pm
Panel: Changing the Landscape of AIoT Together; The Importance of Diversity in Tech
5:00 pm
7:00 pm
Reception

break

Cloud, data, & security
Devices, Connectivity, & Smart applications
8:00 am
9:00 am
Registration

break

9:00 am
9:30 am
Massimo Banzi
CTO and Co-founder, Arduino
Keynote
9:30 am
10:00 am
Mark Spates
Head of Smart Home Products, Google
Keynote
10:00 am
10:30 am
TBD
Keynote
10:30 am
10:40 am
Break

break

10:40 am
11:10 am
Ian Perez Ponce
Global Business Development IoT, Amazon Web Services
Extending Machine Learning to Industrial IoT Applications at the Edge with AWS
Neil Tan & Austin Blackstone
Developer Evangelists, Arm
Building End-to-End Machine Learning Workflows with Arm - Endpoint Solution
11:10 am
11:40 am
Dr Simon Crosby
CTO, Swim.ai
Listen to Your Data: Swim Builds AI Models and Predicts in Real-Time
10:40am - 12:10pm
Building End-to-End Machine Learning Workflows with Arm - Endpoint Solution
11:40 am
12:10 pm
Nitin Gupta
VP Product, Dori AI
From Concept to Production: Design and Optimize Enterprise Computer Vision Applications on Embedded Arm Devices
10:40am - 12:10pm
Building End-to-End Machine Learning Workflows with Arm - Endpoint Solution
12:10 pm
1:00 pm
Lunch

break

1:00 pm
1:30 pm
Zach Lasiuk
Senior Solutions Designer, Arm
Ci in IoT/EmbeddedL Creating a Simple, Scalable and Automated Workflow
Richard Hayton
CTO, Trustonic
Secure IoT With Microchip and Kinibi-M 1/3
1:30 pm
2:00 pm
Tina Shyuan
Product Manager, Qeexo
Next Generation Machine Learning for Mobile and Embedded Platforms
Secure IoT With Microchip and Kinibi-M 2/3
2:00 pm
2:30 pm
Secure IoT With Microchip and Kinibi-M 3/3
2:30 pm
2:40 pm
Break

break

2:40 pm
3:10 pm
Carel Grove
Technical Trainer, Arm
How We Got Rid of Passwords in IoT
Pete Warden, Kirk Benell, Rob Reynolds and Arpit Shah
TensorFlow Lite engineering lead, Google | CTO, SparkFun | Creative Technologist,SparkFun | Director of Technology and Partner Enablement, Ambiq Micro
Build Your Own Harry Potter Wand with TensorFlow Lite Micro 1/4
3:10 pm
3:40 pm
Build Your Own Harry Potter Wand with TensorFlow Lite Micro 2/4
3:40 pm
4:10 pm
Build Your Own Harry Potter Wand with TensorFlow Lite Micro 3/4
4:10 pm
5:00 pm
Katherine Scott
Developer Advocate, Open Robotics
Robot Operating System (ROS): Current and Future Capabilities on Embedded Systems
Build Your Own Harry Potter Wand with TensorFlow Lite Micro 4/4

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