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[05-20] Developing Game-Changing Embedded Intelligence


Title: Developing Game-Changing Embedded Intelligence 


Speaker: Jim Tung, the fellow of MathWorks 


Venue: Seminar Room (Room 334), Building 5, Institute of Software, CAS 


Time: 10:00, May 20th, Monday, 2019 



  The buzz about AI, or artificial intelligence, is deafening. Predictions abound that it will power a massive shift in the roles that computers play in our personal and professional lives: implementing automated driving functionality, predicting maintenance of industrial equipment, delivering intelligent home health care systems and robots, and more. But, to get there, teams that combine specialized knowledge, domain expertise, and business objectives must navigate through numerous choices  algorithms, processors, resource location, architectural allocation, communications, and more. While doing so, they must keep their eye on the application that will create the game-changing value for their organization. In this keynote, Jim Tung looks at the promising opportunities and practical challenges of building AI into our systems and services.. 



  Jim is a MathWorks Fellow, focusing on business and technology strategy and working with key customers and partners. Jim has more than 35 years of experience in the technical computing software markets, including 30 years at MathWorks, where he previously held the positions of vice president of marketing and vice president of business development. Earlier in his career, Jim held marketing and sales management positions at Lotus Development and Keithley DAS, a pioneering manufacturer of PC-based data acquisition systems.