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November 7, 2018 1:00 P.M. -2:30 P.M. ET “Artificial Intelligence and the Impact on Standards”

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When: Wednesday November 7, 2018
1:00 - 2:30 pm Eastern
Where: 1950 Lafayette Rd
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Portsmouth, New Hampshire  03801
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With the involvement of artificial intelligence (AI) into many of the devices we use and the places we travel, how does standardization play a role?  This diverse panel will take a closer look at the standardization of AI as it relates to their current work in their respective fields.

 

 

 

Software and Systems Division, ITL

NIST

 

BIOGRAPHY

Peter Bajcsy received his Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering in 1997 from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) and a M.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering in 1994 from the University of Pennsylvania (UPENN).  He worked for machine vision, government contracting, and research and educational institutions before joining the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in 2011. At NIST, he has been leading a project focusing on the application of computational science in biological metrology, and specifically stem cell characterization at very large scales. Peter’s area of research is large-scale image-based analyses and syntheses using mathematical, statistical and machine learning computational models while leveraging computer science foundations for image processing, machine learning, computer vision, and pattern recognition. He has co-authored 38 journal papers, 11 books or book chapters, and close to 100 conference papers.

 

 

Head of Product for iON Compliance

UL LLC

 

BIOGRAPHY

Val Liberman is a Head of Product for iON Compliance, UL’s big data, cloud-based platform. He oversees platform and application roadmap development and serves as a central point between market facing and engineering development functions. Val is a certified Lean Sigma Master Black Belt with over 15 years of experience in process improvement and design. During his 13 years at UL, Val has led internal and external continuous improvement activities, trained thousands of Green and Black Belts and helped generate millions of dollars in revenue and cost savings. Most recently, Val oversaw the exciting initiative to deploy robotic process automation across several of UL’s divisions and functions.

 

 

Director of Product and Business Development

IEEE Standards Association

 

BIOGRAPHY

Norman Shaw is the Director of Product and Business Development with the IEEE Standards Association. Prior to joining the IEEE, Norman worked in the wireless/telecommunications industry for over 20 years and held positions at every level within the Engineering/Product Development disciplines; from Staff Engineer to Chief Technical Officer (CTO). 

 

Norman’s experience spans all sizes and types of organizations, from leadership within AT&T Wireless to Senior Management within Silicon Valley start-up companies. He was engaged with the 3GPP for ten years and served as Rapporteur for new technology Study Items (SI), Work Items (WI) and actual changes in 3G and 4G wireless standards.  Norman holds a BSEE and MSEE from the University of South Florida and has completed all his PhD course work in Semiconductor Physics at the University of Pittsburgh.

 


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