Artificial Intelligence in Business
4x presentations + 4x discussions
21.09.2021 / 5.00 PM – 7.30 PM
Teatr Korez @ Katowice
Into Tech Future is a new series of meet ups on the map of Poland about future technologies. The event focuses on interdisciplinarity – the cross section between IT and everyday experience.
We invite to the stage speakers and panelists from various disciplines, who are passionate about technologies: from software developers, through lawyers, to philosophers.
The aim is to inspire discussion and flow of ideas about the shape of the future and the limits of possibilities. On the one hand, it is a space for non-formal education and experience exchange, and on the other – for establishing research and business cooperation.
21.09 @ Teatr Korez
The event will be held with live audience. In addition, it will be broadcast online on Facebook and YouTube. After every presentation (15 min) there will be discussion panel (15 min).
Habib Moskin / Testspring
Opening and moderation
Mateusz Kierepka / BioMinds
Medical applications of augmented reality
Augmented, virtual and mixed reality in medicine: in the operating room and in rehabilitation. The future of AR / VR / XR technology, its connections with other technological solutions: such as AI or 3D printing.
Maciej Jarząb / epeer
Financial independence with epeer. AI behavioral scoring is the key to assessing the risk of young people
Epeer is the first innovative platform in Poland that uses Artificial Intelligence to assess the credit risk of borrowers. Comprehensive behavioral scoring provides young people with access to financial services, which allows them to increase awareness of their online activities. Using the latest technologies, we support young, unbanked people at the beginning of their path to financed independence.
Jarosław Góra / Ślązak, Zapiór i Partnerzy
Human rights, animal rights, robot rights… about the legal aspects of AI
The speech will introduce the legal aspects related to artificial intelligence. On the basis of examples from various areas of life – i.e. transport, finance, medicine, defense, culture, entertainment, or the judiciary – legal problems resulting from the use of AI will be indicated. The directions of potential changes in the law aimed at regulating the functioning of artificial intelligence will also be indicated.
Łukasz Lamża / Centrum Copernicus
Artificial intelligence reads science
In recent years, algorithms for text analysis have been developing very rapidly: identifying keywords, detecting mood, finding the most important sentences or answering open questions based on this text. Meanwhile, scientists struggle with the problem of an excess of text: millions of new scientific articles are published each year, which contain a huge amount of knowledge. Man is not able to get through all of this – so maybe the computer will do it for us?
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The owner of Testspring company. He examines the use of new technologies in the software testing process. Together with specialists, Testspring helps companies achieve the highest quality of products and services. He supports global brands such as CEVA Logistics, Maersk and Microsoft during the implementation of warehouse management systems and global supply chains. Due to the advancement of AI-based technologies, he claims that only quality can save the world.
Executive, mentor, advisor. For over 10 years, he has been working in IT and medicine. He ran the innovative medApp company and today he manages the new BioMinds start-up. He is often mentioned among the leading names in the Polish start-up industry.
Entrepreneur, innovator, investor and financial manager. Founder and CEO of the Polish start-up epeer – a fin-tech that uses AI in P2P financing. He gained experience in corporate and investment banking, dealt with financial consulting, and cooperated with VC funds. A graduate of the Warsaw School of Economics.
advocate Ślązak, Zapiór i Partnerzy
Advocate associated with the law firm Ślązak, Zapiór i Partnerzy. Specialist in intellectual property law and new technologies. For years, he has been cooperating with the creative industry and the IT sector. He advises creators, artists, cultural institutions, architectural offices and software developers. In addition, he deals with the topics of information security, computer forensics and electronic evidence. Graduate of the Jagiellonian University.
journalist Copernicus Center
Łukasz Lamża is a science journalist, member of the editorial board of Tygodnik Powszechny. Author of books, incl. Parallel Worlds (2020) and Connect the Dots (2021).
We test, train and recruit. We help you achieve your business goals in the most effective way – better, faster, cheaper. We support and improve projects in the fields of: QA, R&D, IT.
Revolve Healthcare is a software house from Katowice, which specializes in creating dedicated software for the medical industry. The company’s portfolio includes, among others, an application helping in the diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease and a system facilitating communication between pharmacists and patients. Revolve is also the organizer of AI Katowice meetups and the co-founder of SoDA, an association of IT service employers.
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