Fraiday is the monthly meet-up for professionals who are AI-curious. We have a simple format: involving beers, a theme, lively debate and a group picture.
The 5th edition of Fraiday was all about practical application of AI. Bart Vredebrecht from Aiir Innovations and our very own Michiel Berger were there to educate participants on all the ins and outs of AI projects.
For a change of scenery, this edition of Fraiday was at Freedomlab. Upon entering it was immediately clear that it is a place that defies definition. Co working-space, maker-space and innovation hub are all lables that sort of fit the bill at this “Institute for Redefinition” that is all about improving the way we life, work and relate to one another.
Bart gave us an overview of the triumphs and pitfalls that a real life AI project entails. He is the CEO of Aiir Innovations, an AI company that helps airlines with inspection of aircraft engines. He highlighted that a team of human + AI will outperform either of them alone.
After this introductory talk the group split into two breakout sessions. One group, meant for people who are already implementing AI, went with Michiel and discussed practical issues relating to that. The other group, which consisted of the AI curious, was introduced to the Machine Learning Canvas by Bart. The Machine Learning Canvas, which is based on the Business Model Canvas,
After all that learning the group needed some nourishment, which duly arrived. The post-event discussions were held under the enjoyment of pizza and drinks. If you’d like to see the pics that were made during the day. Click here for the Facebook album.
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