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#27 On Human-AI Collaboration with Clodéric Mars, VP Engineering at AI Redefined (AIR)

Clodéric Mars is a creative, enthusiastic and thoughtful software engineer. Since 2006, he’s been building and deploying AIs designed for Humans, bridging deeptech and usage. At AI Redefined (AIR) he seeks to leverage the advent of AI to the benefit of humankind through human-AI collaboration; that’s why he’s on a mission to enable humans and AI to trust and continuously learn from each other via Cogment, the dynamic human-AI orchestration platform.

#26 The Uncomfortable Things about AI with Grant Wernick, CEO & Co-Founder at Fletch

Grant Wenick is a multi-time founder, currently founding his third venture, Fletch, and his second venture in data analytics and cybersecurity. Fletch is pioneering a new category called Ready-to-Use Analytics. Fletch is the product of 10+ years of leading and building with amazing people to productize natural language (NLP), machine learning (ML), and search technologies that solve some of the most challenging data problems.

#25 The Five Dysfunctions of an AI/ML Team with Thomas Gerber, Ex-Director of Engineering Salesforce Einstein

Software Engineering Leader with 15 years of experience in SaaS, Cloud Computing, Distributed Systems and Data & AI/Machine Learning Platforms. Currently in charge of the Einstein ML Data Lake at Salesforce. Hands-on software architecture & engineering, technical leadership, people management, management of large inter-disciplinary projects. Experience in both startups and large companies.

#24 AI on Code with Baptiste Bouffaut – CTO at Ponicode

A Geek Maker Leader and Artificial Intelligence enthusiast passionate about technologies. Since 2013, he has participated on various entrepreneurship projects that brought him to web-mobile full-stack development, Growth-Hacking, Community-Management and Machine-Learning skills. For the past years he’s been focused more on his leadership quality helping companies to grow from start-up to scale-up. 

#23 A Citizen's Guide to Artificial Intelligence with John Zerilli – Author and Research Fellow at University of Cambridge

John Zerilli is a philosopher with particular interests in cognitive science, artificial intelligence, and the law. He is currently a Research Fellow at the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence, in the University of Cambridge, and from May 2021 will be a Leverhulme Trust Fellow at the University of Oxford. He has published numerous articles, canvassing law, political economy, philosophy, and cognitive science, and three books, of which the two most recent are The Adaptable Mind (Oxford University Press, 2020) and A Citizen’s Guide to Artificial Intelligence (MIT Press, 2021).