Artificial intelligence and its various techniques are booming everywhere on many different levels. As Google Trends for this hot topic skyrocket, we want to bring the human aspect back into the creation of AI.
In our fast-paced environment it is extremely important not to live in silos (pun intended), but to share and learn from each other. Hence, we have created the Silo.AI Community, a community of researchers, AI scientists, machine learning experts and other curious minds. We want to provide the smartest minds around artificial intelligence a way to share their experiences, powerful tools and research outcomes, to discuss and to invite community members to events and to crowdsource knowledge.
We’re happy to announce that the Silo.AI Community will take its next step as we are going to start organising more events and other joint activities together with the community. As some of you already know, we have created a Slack group that you can join from the research section on our website.
As a starting point, the next research webinar, open to our community members, will take place on Friday November 16. This time around we are hosting our AI Scientist Dmitrii Bychkov, who will talk about model interpretation techniques and explanation of AI-based models, such as deep neural networks. We will post the webinar invitation link in the Silo.AI Community Slack.
The Slack group is going to be managed and discussions facilitated by me. However, as the community belongs to its members, I hope we will all be continuously spreading information about upcoming events and other relevant activities for the community.
I highly encourage to take part in the discussion and share insights and your research. In this fast-moving field, shared knowledge surely does not hurt!
If you know someone who would like to take a part in the Silo.AI Community, feel free to forward them this link.
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