Live Podcast Recording: How AI Happens
The 2023 ML Pulse Report found that 74% of ML professionals think Generative AI is worth the hype, but it’s going to take time to understand its full impact. And over 90% of ML teams don’t use business metrics as a measurement of model success.
Join this live podcast to hear Jason Corso, Co-Founder and Chief Science Officer at Voxel51, and Duncan Curtis, SVP Product & Technology at Sama discuss these findings and more with How AI Happens host Rob Stevenson.
The impact of GenAI in computer vision and how ML professionals perceive this new technology.
Measuring ROI and model success including the current metrics ML teams use and the disconnect between model efficacy and business value.
The year ahead and the top concerns ML professionals have when it comes to model production and scalability.
Submit questions ahead of time, or stay to the end for a live Q&A with the panelists to ask about the report or comment on the conversation.
SVP, AI Product & Technology
At Sama, Duncan makes sure the ML/AI models powering AI technology products are of the utmost quality. Previously the head of product at Zoox, VP of Product at Aptiv and Product Manager at Google, Duncan leads the teams powering ML/AI technologies for enterprises such as Ford, Walmart, Google, and NVIDIA.
Co-Founder & Chief Science Officer
Jason crafts the future of data-centric AI and FiftyOne, the leading open source software framework for the co-development of datasets and models in AI. He is a professor of robotics, electrical engineering and computer science at the University of Michigan, and has published over 150 papers in top-tier conferences and journals, and 100,000s of lines of open source code to promote fair access to AI technology.
How AI Happens Podcast
Rob is host of the How AI Happens podcast, which features experts and practitioners explaining their work at the cutting edge of Artificial Intelligence. He has a passion for how AI is solving some of the world’s most complex problems and sharing stories that drive advancements in the field.