Tanmay Bakshi | TED & Keynote Speaker, AI/ML Systems Architect, Author and Honorary IBM Cloud Advisor

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Tanmay Bakshi

TED & Keynote Speaker, AI/ML Systems Architect, Author and Honorary IBM Cloud Advisor

Tanmay Bakshi
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Exploring the Power of AI for a Safe and Ethical Digital Revolution

Get ready to dive into the amazing world of AI and ML! With the rise of these cutting-edge technologies, it's more important than ever to ensure digital trust, where users can feel confident that their data is safe, private, secure, reliable, and ethically handled. In this talk, let’s see how organizations can harness the full potential of AI to drive a digital revolution that's both safe and ethical.

You'll discover the key tools and best practices you need to build and launch AI solutions that users can trust, and see some of the real-world examples of AI that are already changing the world for the better. Plus, you'll get tips on how to structure your business for maximum impact from Data and AI, leaving you with a fresh, exciting perspective on the world of AI and ML.

What really is "Artificial Intelligence" or "Machine Learning"?

This technology is the most misunderstood in the world - to the point that we don't even have a single set of terminology that we can all agree to use. Therefore, I'd like to answer the question of what this technology is, why it's important, what it's capable of, and particularly: what is it NOT capable of?

Why does AI not pose an existential threat to humanity?

Artificial Intelligence technology is misleading. Everyone has a different view on what can be done with it, or the kind of impact it'll have on humanity. There's traditionally a very bipolar response to this technology - you either absolutely love it, or you hate it. I believe you can only reach the true, "sober" view of AI/ML when you understand the backend of this technology and the events that have led up to making this tech so misunderstood, which is precisely what I want to share.

Why is it important to bring the youth into technology?

How can future generations be ready for the technology of tomorrow?

We, humans, are special because we can innovate at an exponential scale. However, there is one issue: if we don't get the next generation of humans ready for the future in which they have to maintain, build, and innovate upon this complex technology, our rate of innovation plateau. This is precisely the opposite of what humanity needs, we require faster and faster development. The only way this momentum can be achieved and sustained is if the youth are educated the right way, the personalized way, the unbiased way.

How can developers make full use of machine learning technology in their applications and solutions?

New, shiny technology is always tempting to work on. But as a developer, how can you better understand where exactly this technology should be applied? Once you've understood where it should be applied, how can you go about doing that with the least ceremony possible, keeping only the essence? What are some of the common challenges that you'll face as you apply the technology, and how can you work around them? For example, how can you mitigate bias in machine learning systems? How can you respect user privacy but still personalize their experience with an application?

Technical aspect of a plethora of technologies.

Covering microprocessors, compilers, machine learning, quantum computing, blockchain, IoT, Cloud, etc.

Developers solve the world's problems with technology. Without developers, the average human's life today would be totally different - and most certainly, a lot more inconvenient, unsafe, and generally filled with less potential. However, developers need to deal with more and more complex technology and larger codebases and projects. This makes development difficult - so how can developers create tooling to make the lives of other developers easier? And how can developers use these sets of tooling to enable a more productive workflow?

The impact of a plethora of technologies

Covering machine learning, quantum, blockchain, IoT, etc. on humanity.

What kind of societal impact will the technologies brought upon by the fourth industrial revolution have? What will AI, Quantum Computing, Blockchain, IoT, etc., do to our everyday lives? Will it be good or bad? How can we ensure that the development of this technology doesn't fall in the wrong hands?


Contrary to what many people think, the true goal of STEAM education is not to put more emphasis on areas like Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, or Mathematics at the expense of other subjects. Rather, the idea is quite different: it's that modern education is simply ineffective thanks to the method of teaching employed. Currently, subjects are mostly taught in a "silo-ed" manner. If you're learning math, or science, or technology, you're learning just one subject. However, that's not the way we learn - we learn best when we can relate to what we're being taught. The best way to do this is to dismantle the subject silos and intertwine the education of these individual subjects. By doing this, students can derive the maximum value from what they're learning and gain real experience doing it, instead of just memorizing content for a single topic.

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