The TWIMLfest program is developing rapidly! Here’s just a sampling of what you can expect to find at the TWIML community’s first virtual AI festival.
Voting on submitted sessions begins September 21st. It’s not too late to submit your session proposal.
The full TWIMLfest 2020 agenda will be published on October 1st and key updates will be announced periodically. We’ll keep you posted!
TWIML and our community members are planning a wide variety of sessions on topics relevant to the entire AI community. Join us for serious discussions on topics like AI in medicine and how AI can be used to end modern slavery in corporate supply chains, and interactive experiences like a community AI art project and an AI gaming competition. Voting will open soon on session proposals. Be sure to submit yours today!
Join Sam and his guests for live podcast interviews with key figures in the ML and AI community covering a wide range of topics.
Film Screening: Coded Bias
The TWIML community has the opportunity to screen the film Coded Bias, which explores the fallout of MIT Media Lab researcher Joy Buolamwini's discovery of racial bias in facial recognition algorithms.
Get some laughs in and join us for this collaboration with Singu-hilarity! The virtual improv and comedy show is crafted by Naomi Fitter, Professor at the Oregon State University and creator of Jon the Robot - a bot that got really funny after being trained in humor with NLP techniques. Tune in to see a variety of performances from comedians, improv actors, musicians, and more. The session will conclude with a Q&A session with participants hosted by Sam Charrington.
Enjoy pub style trivia with an AI-bent! Grab your teammates and join us for this virtual trivia session. We’ve got the perfect mix of pop culture, AI references, and whatever questions Sam wants to throw in about Ancient Egyptian history. We encourage you to sip whatever you like to sip as we power through this trivia trip. The winning team will receive a TWIML swag bag!