Thursday, January 19, 2017
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This event is free of charge.
The inaugural Artificial Intelligence in Fintech Forum at Stanford School of Engineering is sponsored by the Stanford Institute for Computational & Mathematical Engineering (ICME), Stanford Management Science and Engineering, Stanford Center for Financial and Risk Analytics, and White & Case Law Firm.
This event is organized by Kapil Jain, Director of the Math and Computational Finance Program in the Institute for Computational and Mathematical Engineering and Kay Giesecke, Associate Professor of Management Science and Engineering and Director of the Stanford Center for Financial and Risk Analytics.
The goals of this technical forum are:
- To share latest technology advancements and research,
- Discuss use cases, technical trends/challenges, and regulatory considerations,
- Foster connections between industry and academia, and
- Establish a model for ongoing technical dialog and partnerships
8:30 Registration and Breakfast
8:45 Welcome by Kapil Jain and Kay Giesecke
9:00 Apaar Sadhwani, Google Brain
9:30 Ashish Goel, Stanford MS&E and Stripe (keynote seminar)
10:30 Tech Panel: Jeff Bohn from State Street, Andres Villaquiran from Alkanza, Adam Coates from Baidu, and John Ashley from NVIDIA
11:15 Steve Jurvetson, DFJ (keynote interview by Kapil Jain and Kay Giesecke)
12:00 Posters and Lunch
1:00 Benjamin Saul and James Greig, White & Case Law Firm
1:30 Amir Khosrowshahi, Intel/Nervana (keynote seminar)
2:15 Gustavo Schwenkler, Boston University and SQIntel
3:15 Timnit Gebru, Stanford AI Lab
3:45 Keith Rabois, Khosla Ventures and Opendoor (keynote interview by Joe Grundfest)
4:30 Business Panel: Angela Strange from Andreessen Horowitz Venture Capital, Loek Janssen from Nova Credit, Chris Brahm from Bain & Company,
and Kevin Petrasic from White & Case Law Firm
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Thursday, January 19, 2017 -
8:30am to 5:30pm