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A Conversation With AI Talent: The Best and the Brightest (Part 2)

Digital transformation remains a pressing topic for businesses of all types and sizes, and it requires business leaders to be aware of advancements in technology, such as artificial intelligence (AI), so they can get a head start on understanding how these developments will affect their organizations.

At Appier, we are lucky to know people who have a vision of the future with regards to how AI will affect business and society, and as promised, we are back with Part 2 of our video series of conversations with the best global AI talent. This time, our Chief AI Scientist Dr. Min Sun speaks to Dr. Greg Mori, Research Director of Borealis AI Vancouver lab and Professor at the School of Computing Science, Simon Fraser University.

In this video, they discuss the changes Dr. Mori has seen in his research in computer vision and machine learning since he started in the 1990s. He believes this technology is now in a golden age and is excited to see how it will have positive effects on environmental monitoring, healthcare, transportation and even entertainment, particularly professional sports.

Take a look at the video to find out more about Dr. Mori’s outlook for future applications of AI, as well as his thoughts on how corporations, startups and academia can work together to turn cutting-edge research and technology into products and services that will positively affect how we work and live. You can also hear more on the topic of AI talent in Japan, including tips for prospective PhD students and what both government and industry need to do to encourage the development of more AI experts in Japan.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ql5lfLxEa2s[/embed] Stay tuned as always for more insights coming soon!

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