Tech Tastes with Google

“DeepMind created the first computer program to ever beat a professional at the game of Go, and is engaged in various research projects with the NHS to apply machine learning to radiotherapy planning for head and neck cancers and identification of conditions like age related macular degeneration in optical coherence tomography scans.”

London, September 2016

18:30 Introduction to Tech Tastes Wine evening format by Ms. Maya Plentz

18:35 Introduction to the wines to be sampled throughout the evening by Michael Wagstaff, CEO of Greyfriars Winery

18:45 Speaker:  Trevor Callaghan, General Counsel at Google, will outline some of the issues and challenges of working on the legal docket of DeepMind, the AI company founded in the UK in 2010, and acquired by Google in 2014 for £400 Million.

DeepMind created the first computer program to ever beat a professional at the game of Go, and is engaged in various research projects with the NHS to apply machine learning to radiotherapy planning for head and neck cancers and identification of conditions like age related macular degeneration in optical coherence tomography scans.

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18:55 Q&A

19:00: Short break to change places/tables (while wines are served)

19:10 Michael Wagsatff, CEO of Greyfriars Winery introduces the wines.

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19:20 Speaker: Dan Möller

Dan Möller is one of the founders of VINAYA, a company creating wearables promoting digital balance. Originally from Sweden, Dan holds a Master’s degree in Engineering and has a background in operations and product development.

19:30 Short break to change places/tables

19:45  Speaker: Michael Wagstaff, CEO and founder of Greyfriars Winery

19:55 Q&A

20:05 Networking

20:30 End