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Artificial Intelligence - Getting Down To The Binary
2231 Crystal Dr 10F
Arlington, VA 22202
Wednesday, October 18, 2017, 5:30 PM - 9:00 PM EDT
Category: Events

The MIT Enterprise Forum of DC and Baltimore, in collaboration with - Arlington Economic Development, Startups Ignite, Stanford Entrepreneurship in Washington, DC and IEEE Society Washington Section will present:

Artificial Intelligence - Getting Down To The Binary

It's nearly impossible to tune into the business news without hearing about Smart Cars, Smart Homes, and Smart Companies that are increasingly reducing costs, reaching more customers, and replacing employees with algorithms and robots.

Businesses are scrambling to take advantage of the opportunities that will come from the increased efficiencies, capabilities, and opportunities occasioned by artificial intelligence (AI). From healthcare to social welfare; from education to advertising; and from manufacturing to financial services, AI is poised to change the world as we stand at the brink of what is being referred to as The Fourth Industrial Revolution.

Cost: WHF members are able to register for 50% off. Please contact the WHF office at [email protected] or 703-683-4742 to receive the promotional code.

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  • We’ve assembled a panel of leading AI Practitioners and Investors to better understand how AI will impact our lives;
  • Our panel will discuss real-world applications and implications of AI, the current gaps in technology AND where are the likely exploitable opportunities for innovation, investment and business development;
  • We have recruited the area’s foremost Venture Capitalists to discuss the most promising AI Technologies that are attracting investors;
  • Members and guests will have the opportunity to network with the area’s experts in this emerging market;
  • Regulators and scientists will discuss the Government’s interest in AI, how it will shape policy, and the impact these world-changing technologies will have on all of us.


  • David A. Bray, Ph.D
  • Ash Rofail, Ph.D
  • Dipto Chakravarty
  • JT Kostman, Ph. D