In September I had the honour of chairing the AI Summit in San Francisco where over 6,000 of the brightest minds in AI came together, representing some of the world’s most ambitious companies.

We help our customers use machine intelligence to achieve the seemingly impossible.

We were treated to fascinating insights from an impressive line-up of speakers on how AI is already delivering business impact for their organisations, including Boeing, Microsoft, P&G, Samsung, Capital One, Uber, Lockheed Martin, Facebook, Coca-Cola and Airbnb.  

Following the event, I sat down with AI Business to discuss some of the main topics that emerged from the event and the major trends I expect to play out over 2020 and beyond.

Along with the value AI is delivering today, we discussed the emerging technologies that are set to unblock proof of concept projects that may be struggling to get off the ground. Domain adaptation, few shot learning and meta learning, all get a mention…

We were able to take a deeper dive into these emerging technologies at our AI media day that took place just before the AI Summit. You can read a review of this in CIO Magazine in their article To kick-start AI projects, think "minimum viable intelligence”.

If you would like to discuss any of the topics above, then please don’t hesitate to drop me an email

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Tim Ensor
Director of Artificial Intelligence, Cambridge Consultants

Tim is the Director of Artificial Intelligence at Cambridge Consultants. He works with clients across many sectors to help them achieve business impact with world-changing technology innovation. Tim has had a string of commercial leadership roles focused on innovation in fields including telecoms, logistics and energy and working with world-leading AI, robotics and connectivity technology. He's an electronic engineer, Cambridge MBA and optimistic about using technology to make the world better.

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