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Upcoming Talk: Heiko Joerg Schick of Huawei on AI-enabled science — Challenges and opportunities arising from the convergence of artificial intelligence, high-performance computing and big data

We will be hosting an industry talk on “AI-enabled science — Challenges and opportunities arising from the convergence of artificial intelligence, high-performance computing and big data” in Software-Anwendungen mit Künstlicher Intelligenz (SAKI). The talk is free and open to the public.

  • by: Heiko Joerg Schick, Huawei Technologies Duesseldorf GmbH
  • about: AI-enabled science — Challenges and opportunities arising from the convergence of artificial intelligence, high-performance computing and big data
  • on: April 28th, 2021, 16:45-17:45 Uhr
  • on: Zoom (link after registration)
  • as part of: SAKI

Abstract: There is a revolution in artificial intelligence, where computers are being used to create data-derived models with better predictive accuracy than humans. The result is an explosive convergence of new and existing technologies that are already being used in scientific applications or hyper-scale data centres. The result is AI-based decisions that are autonomous and informed and demanded greater and more complex challenges. This talk will provide insights into the current state of the art, scientific and industrial application scenarios, challenges, and opportunities.

Speaker: Heiko Joerg Schick is a Chief Architect for Huawei Technologies, a leading global provider of information and communication technology. His expertise in artificial intelligence, novel computer architectures, and heterogeneous computing has helped Huawei become a global leader in developing technologies that will shape the modern world for years to come. Besides contributing that Huawei becomes one of the most innovative technology companies in the world, he has helped to foster an environment of trust, diversity, open-mindedness; and always look for new collaborators to find new ways of improving the world through technology.