27.2.2018 Helsinki Distinguish-ed Lecture Series

on Future Information Technology

University of Helsinki
Fabianinkatu 33, Small Hall

Machine Learning Systems: On-device AI and beyond

Speaker: Nic Lane, Associate Professor in the Computer Science Department at the University of Oxford.

Tuesday 27 Feb 3.15pm–4.30pm at the University of Helsinki. 

The Helsinki Distinguished Lecture Series on Future Information Technology is organized by HIIT, a joint research institute between University of Helsinki and Aalto University. The series was launched in 2012. The focus of the seminar series is to highlight the research challenges and solutions faced by current and future information technology, as seen by the internationally leading experts in the field.


26.2.2018
MACHINE LeARNING COFFEE

Aalto University
Konemiehentie 2, T5
 

Bayesian Deep Learning for Image Data

Speaker: Melih Kandemir, Professor of Computer Science at Özyeğin University.

Monday 26 Feb 9am–10am at Aalto University.

Machine Learning Coffee seminars are weekly seminars held jointly by the Aalto University and the University of Helsinki. The seminars aim to gather people from different fields of science with interest in machine learning. Seminars will be held weekly on Mondays at 9am–10am. The location alternates between Aalto University and the University of Helsinki.


Past events


15.2.2018

AIHELSINKI

Vallila-sali (Metropol), Hietaniemenkatu 14

The next AIHelsinki session is on 15th February 2018.

AI Helsinki is a series of public lectures on topics touching artificial intelligence organised by AI researchers and technologists.

Speakers at the 15 Feb session:

Heikki Huttunen, Tampere University of Technology
Deploying Machine Learning for Heavy Industry
Tero Karras, NVIDIA
Progressive Growing of Gans

 

12.2.2018

AI MONDAY


Maarintie 6, Espoo

 

The next AI Monday will be again at the Open Innovation House in the Aalto University campus in Otaniemi 12 February at 5 PM. 

Speakers:

Antti Merilehto presenting the new book AI Guide to Leaders

Juha Sulkakoski (from Upseller and Ultimate AI): Sales boosting with AI 

Both will give a 9-minute presentation after which a group interview will follow. The event will be streamed live by the weekly Tekniikka & Talous and you'll find the clips afterwards here.

Please, register in advance at AI Monday website.

AI Monday is a monthly networking event for those who are interested in AI. The aim is to share AI-knowledge and encourage organisations to initiate their change journeys.

 


13.12.2017

AI DAY

Otakaari 24, Espoo

The Artificial Intelligence Day (AI Day) brings together researchers, companies and the public sector involved in the fast-developing field of AI. The event promotes matchmaking, information sharing and cross-border collaboration.

The current, top-level AI research and education in Finland will be displayed during our half-day event. Academics, welcome to present your results and network with potential private and  public sector partners! Companies, come tell about your problems that need solving!

We offer intriguing matchmaking opportunities for companies and the public sector – you are welcome to come and discuss how AI is changing the world and to discover new opportunities for your business. Meet the people at the leading edge of AI research and combine your efforts to get a head start for your organisation. 

 

Regular talks and seminars at
Aalto University and the University of Helsinki 


MACHINE LEARNING COFFEE SEMINARS

Machine Learning Coffee seminars are weekly seminars held jointly by the Aalto University and the University of Helsinki. The seminars aim to gather people from different fields of science with interest in machine learning. Seminars will be held weekly on Mondays at 9am–10am. The location alternates between Aalto University and the University of Helsinki.

 

Helsinki Distinguished Lecture Series on Future Information Technology

The Helsinki Distinguished Lecture Series on Future Information Technology is organized by HIIT, a joint research institute between University of Helsinki and Aalto University. The series was launched in 2012. The focus of the seminar series is to highlight the research challenges and solutions faced by current and future information technology, as seen by the internationally leading experts in the field.