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Generative AI from enterprise architecture strategy perspective

March 25, 2024
11:00 pm EDT | 8:00 am PDT | 4:00 pm GMT

In this session, the speaker discusses the evolution of machine learning (ML) and deep learning, highlighting the emergence of foundation models and their implications for enterprise use. She outlines the basic process of ML, transitioning to the complexities introduced by deep learning models, which can handle more complex inputs. Foundation models, with their large datasets and multimodal capabilities, offer new opportunities for reuse and fine-tuning.

The speaker emphasizes the shift towards treating models as software-as-a-service (SaaS) components, necessitating new governance and oversight processes within enterprises. She also addresses the challenges of multi-cloud environments and content moderation, advocating for a security-in-depth approach.

Furthermore, the speaker delves into the architectural design principles for deploying and managing AI models. She discusses considerations such as data compliance, orchestration, endpoint security, and threat mitigation. Finally, she outlines the development process for building and integrating AI models within a secure cloud environment.

Eyal Lantzman, GT Head of architecture AI/ML JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Expertise in designing, developing, and delivering intelligent systems (knowledge graph and machine learning) that scale and are operationally excellent.

Early target (drug) discovery with AI: challenges, progress, and future directions

February 27, 2024
11:00 pm EDT | 8:00 am PDT | 4:00 pm GMT

In this presentation, we'll delve into the fascinating world of using machine learning and AI for drug discovery. The potential of these technologies to uncover drugs that traditional methods might overlook and accelerate the typically slow drug discovery process is emphasized.

The speech highlights the importance of understanding cell biology and the role of DNA in disease development. Through machine learning, the goal is to identify differences between healthy and diseased cells, providing a blueprint for potential therapies.

The challenges in AI drug discovery are discussed, particularly the need for comprehensive and searchable data assets. Despite the high costs and complexities involved, the value of sharing data assets while recognizing the nuanced considerations involved in open-sourcing such resources is acknowledged.

This presentation offers a glimpse into the promising intersection of AI and pharmaceuticals, fueled by ongoing innovation and collaboration within the industry.

Shane Lewin, Vice President, AI/ML, GSK

Shane builds teams that leverage machine learning to solve impossible problems, now as VP in AI/ML at GSK working on early target discovery.

He has been building data-driven products for a little under 15 years, spanning early-stage start-ups, large organizations, and companies making the transition between the two.

He holds an MS in Computational and Mathematical Engineering from Stanford, and degrees in Mathematics and Molecular Biology from the University of Colorado at Boulder.