Intel’s Melvin Greer to Discuss Deep Learning Tech at NVTC Event

Melvin Greer, chief data scientist for Intel‘s public sector in the Americas, will serve as a panelist at the Northern Virginia Technology Council’s Titans event on Jan. 31 at The Ritz-Carlton in Tysons Corner, Virginia.

Greer and his co-panelist John Kaufhold, CEO of data analytics company Deep Learning Analytics, will discuss how deep learning technologies can help address challenges in various sectors including defense, healthcare, infrastructure and the environment.

Ravi Pappu, chief architect of venture capital firm In-Q-Tel, will moderate the panel discussion.

Deep learning powers technologies such as autonomous vehicles, precision medicine and facial and speech recognition.

In 2017, Intel invested $1 billion in startup companies to support the development of artificial intelligence platforms.

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