Deep learning from big data

Deep learning from big data – Solving the world’s problems through artificial intelligence technology

 The world of big data starts when we talk about petabytes, 1 million gigabytes of information (equal to about 2000 years of continuous music stored as MP3s). Traditional technologies, let alone people, cannot possibly process so much information.

This presentation, the second IMPACT @ Griffith Sciences Lecture, explores the ground-breaking developments in the areas of computer vision, automated pattern recognition and artificial intelligence in the context of the big challenges facing our world in the 21st century and beyond.

Professor Michael Blumenstein, from Griffith’s School of Information and Communication Technology and the Institute for Integrated and Intelligent Systems, will explain the techniques that underpin modern artificial intelligence and its overlap into the emerging area of big data science.

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