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AI/ML Series Episode 3

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ADVANCING WOMEN IN PRODUCT PRESENTS AI/ML WEBINAR SERIES EPISODE 3: What does it mean to be an AI/ML Product Manager?

Being a product manager for Artificial intelligence / Machine Learning could mean different things depending on whether you are an Artificial Intelligence Infrastructure, Machine Learning Platforms or Artificial Intelligence Applications product manager. What is exciting being in this space? What are the different challenges and skill set required for being a successful product manager?

Boston Chapter

AWIP Boston: AI/ML Series Episode 2

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Boston ( Map )

ADVANCING WOMEN IN PRODUCT PRESENTS AI/ML WEBINAR SERIES EPISODE 2: REALIZING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND MACHINE LEARNING AT SCALE, JULY 15

 

Boston Chapter, Paris Chapter, San Francisco Chapter

Pink Innov’, R20 and AWIP Present: “Women Influencers for Climate Change”

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ParisFrance ( Map )

Women, you have the power to influence decision-makers not just to address climate change but also to influence policymaking, and you have what it takes to help build the next DNA of innovation to fight against climate change. 

Boston Chapter

AI/ML Series: Episode 1 - Natural Language Processing (NLP)

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Webinar - Boston Boston ( Map )

AWIP BOSTON CHAPTER IS EXCITED TO BRING YOU AN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE/MACHINE LEARNING SERIES EPISODE 1 - NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING

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Natural Language Processing is key to enabling machines to process and understand human’s natural language, verbal & written. Text or speech data produced by humans is highly unstructured and doesn’t fit neatly in a traditional row and column structure of a relational database.

Boston Chapter

Shattering the Glass Ceiling

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Boston 2 Canal ParkCambridge, MA, 02141United States ( Map )

Do you feel that an intangible barrier is preventing you from achieving professional growth that you deserve? While strides have been made to promote gender equality in the workplace, women constitute a mere 14% of the executive ranks. What are the factors preventing gender parity in leadership positions? What can you do to shatter the proverbial glass ceiling?

 

Boston Chapter

Building Stellar Product Roadmaps

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Boston Consulting Group - Boston 53 State StreetBoston, MA, 02109, United States ( Map )

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How can I build an effective roadmap that embodies my product strategy? What’s the best way for my roadmap process to ensure alignment and build consensus with all the stakeholders? What is the appropriate balance between strategic priorities and tactical items? What is the ideal mix of business analysis, market data, customer feedback, and PM insight to build a defensible roadmap? What processes or frameworks I can use to build an ideal roadmap?"

Boston Chapter

Building Differentiated Product

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Expanse - San Francisco 425 Market St, Suite 800 San Francisco, CA 94105, USA ( Map )

We live in a multi-cloud world where players such as Google, Microsoft etc. offer just about every service imaginable from collaborative office productivity suites, to cloud computing offerings. In such a world, most cloud markets are already pre-defined with incumbents and as a new player or underdogs, differentiation is the only way to hold your own.

Boston Chapter

Is voice the new UI in the enterprise?

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AWS - Boston 27 Melcher StreetBoston, MA, 02210, United States ( Map )

We all know Alexa, Siri, and Google Assistant. We can control our home lights and order stuff from Amazon, but, what about the enterprise applications? With the word error rate at less than 5%, is voice interface ready to be the primary interface to drive all enterprise applications? What are the key use cases where a voice interface can provide value in enterprise applications today? What does the future hold? Are we headed for a faceless UI, where everything is controlled via a voice interface? What are the security implications of using voice in the enterprise?