On-Demand Deep Learning Webinar

Rolling Your Sleeves Up and Getting Started with Deep Learning

What is your business doing to prepare for the age of AI?

Nothing was more talked about in 2017 than the coming age of artificial intelligence. As we enter 2018, the race is on between leaders and laggards, and the leaders — if they haven’t already — will establish and make progress on AI initiatives.

Watch this webinar to hear Cray’s artificial intelligence and analytics expert, Paul Hahn, cover key considerations for business leaders looking to roll up their sleeves and get started with AI.

You’ll learn about:

Why it’s important
to pick the right problem

Dealing with your
organization's data

Long-term project
considerations

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