Natural Language Processing is the most practical form of Artificial Intelligence
As humanity enters the intelligent era, smart devices and data volume will rise at unprecedented speeds, as will the demand for human-computer interaction through speech and language.
Some of the topics that our distinguished speakers addressed during this panel discussion.
- Will machines ever really understand language?
- Can they learn knowledge or common sense?
- What will it take to create programs that develop reasoning?
Moderator: Feargal O'Sullivan, CEO, USAM Group Panelists: - Robert Marsh, Former Chief Product Officer at Kensho (now S&P) - Gordon Ritter, Quantitative Trading Entrepreneur, New York University - Yimei Guo, Managing Director & Global Head of Investment Research Technology, Morgan Stanley - Javed Jussa, Quantitative Strategist, Wolfe Research
This presentation was held at the RavenPack Research Symposium in New York on September 10, 2019.