Women in AI - The role of continuous learning for a career in STEM
This event is a great opportunity for students to get insights into the world of AI, to talk with our speakers, and mingle at the end of the presentations.
We encourage all women and non-binary people to participate in this event, but everybody is equally welcome to join us on the August 30!
Please note that this is a in-person event only, and registration closes August 26 at noon.
- Introduction and welcome
- Working towards safer autonomous driving (Mina Alibeigi)
- Opportunities in the space sector with AI (Vinutha Magal Shreenath)
- Keeping up with emerging trends (Helena Theander)
- Questions and wrapping up
Mina Alibeigi, PhD (Zenseact) is an experienced machine learning and AI researcher and developer with a demonstrated history of working in the computer software and autonomous driving industry. Her competence areas cover deep learning, machine learning, federated learning, human-robot interaction, machine vision, and programming.
Vinutha Magal Shreenath, PhD (AI Sweden) is an experienced data scientist with involvement in industry and academia. As an engineer and scientist in Machine Learning and AI, she worked on topics such as reinforcement learning, spatio-temporal analytics, NLP, decision science, and design science across transportation, space, healthcare, and brand management sectors.
Helena Theander, PhD (AI Sweden) holds a PhD in Physics and has been working in several areas of emerging techs over the years. Helena will talk about curiosity and continuous learning as key to getting the most fun jobs in emerging tech. She is also the Head of Partner Management at AI Sweden.