Can Machines Really Learn in Sydney?

Sydney-siders experienced an influx of artificial intelligence as the world’s ‘Machine Learning’ experts descended on Australia. Over six days almost 2,500 professionals indeed met to discuss these frontiers of technology as part of the International Conference on Machine Learning. This area is a sub-field of Artificial Intelligence with applications across most industries. Conference sponsors included Nvida, Facebook and Google.

“NSW is known as Australia’s innovation powerhouse, bolstered by global events that are being held here. In 2017 and 2018 Sydney will host five global IEEE conferences covering topics from smart vehicles, nuclear science, medical imaging through to social implications of technology. They will promote STEM jobs and education, nurture the next generation of leaders and boost local expertise while pumping $11million into our economy. IEEE is the world’s largest technical professional organisation, committed to advancing technology for the benefit of humanity,” said Business Events Sydney CEO Lyn Lewis-Smith.

Earlier this year BESydney and Destination NSW collaborated to secure the Launch Festival, the world’s largest startup event, to Sydney in 2018 and 2019. This is the first time the festival will be held outside of San Francisco. It aligns with Sydney’s new $35 million startup hub – the first of its kind in Australia.

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