Upcoming Comet Industry Q&A: Building Creative User Interfaces and Experiences with Machine Learning
A conversation with Hart Woolery of 2020CV and Victor Dibia of Cloudera Fast Forward Labs
After an awesome (re)start to the Comet Industry Q&A series, we’re back with another community event, featuring two guests we’re incredibly excited to host—as well as a topic we believe is ripe for an insightful and fun conversation.
We’d love to have you join us (virtually, for now)—Tuesday, August 24th, at 1pm ET / 10am PT. We’ll be hosting a conversation with 2 industry leaders at the forefront of a new wave user interfaces and experiences that are powered by creative and immersive applications of machine and deep learning.
About the Event
With the relatively recent advent of GANs, large Transformer model architectures, and other implementations of generative deep learning models, we’ve been witnessing a new era of programmatic creativity that’s centered on machine intelligence.
From the powerful deep learning models that serve as the foundation for immersive extended reality experiences (i.e. Snapchat Lenses), to conversational agents and text generation services that closely mimic human speech and writing (i.e. GPT-3 implementations), creative applications of machine learning are certainly on the rise.
Given this reality, we wanted to chat with a couple of industry leaders at the forefront of this new wave of creative UI’s and UX’s powered by machine learning. That’s why we’re thrilled to welcome Hart Woolery of 202CV and Victor Dibia of Cloudera Fast Forward Labs for a wide-ranging discussion about this new, exciting trend linking ML and creativity:
🎨 An exploration of how the worlds of art and technology are colliding
🧑💻 The potential of machine learning and artificial intelligence to shape human-computer interaction.
☢️ The risks and unexplored consequences of increasingly immersive experiences powered by ML
And much more!
About the Guests
Register and Attend for Free
This event is free to attend, and will also be available on demand for those who register but cannot make the live session. We’ll also set aside some time for an audience Q&A, so be sure to bring questions you have.
We’d love to have you join us—and be on the lookout for more events like this in the future.