TiE NY StartUp Open Mic Night ~ Artificial Intelligence

Feb 12, 2019
06:00 PM - 08:30 PM

  • Samsung Next

  • 30 West 26th Street Manhattan

  • New York

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Overview

We invite you to TiE New York's monthly Startup Open Mic Night event for an exciting night of networking and pitching!   This event is not your typical meet and greet.  

Our theme this month is Artificial IntelligenceOur featured speaker is Stefan Jensen, Founder and Lead Data Scientist of Applied Artificial intelligence.

To pitch you don’t have to be a TiE member, you just need to be a startup and/or investor with the passion to give your elevator pitch for 90 seconds in front of a group of angel investors, venture capitalists, startup-focused service based providers, mentors, and a large community of other successful entrepreneurs.

Each attendee must register in order to be included on the building's security list.  

If you plan to speak, please register as a "Presenter".   If your company is speaking but you are not the key speaker, register as a non-member or member (whichever applies).  

Speakers should arrive by 6:30 pm and check in with our speaker coordinator.  Should we need to limit the number of speakers due to high demand our members will be given priority to speak. But don't fear, its easy to join TiE!  Become a member by signing up on our website at ny.tie.org.

RSVP for this free event, here!  

About Stefan Jansen

Stefan is founder and lead data scientist at Applied AI where he advises Fortune 500 companies and startups in various industries on translating business goals into a data & AI strategy, building data science teams, and developing machine learning solutions. Prior to his current venture, he was partner and managing director at an international investment firm where he built the predictive analytics and investment research practice. He also was a senior executive at a global fintech company with operations in 15 markets. He earlier advised Central Banks in emerging markets, raised $35m from the Gates Foundation to cofound the Alliance for Financial Inclusion, and has worked in six languages across Asia, Africa, and Latin America. Stefan holds Master degrees in Quantitative Economics from the Free University of Berlin and Harvard University, is a CFA Charterholder. Stefan has also been teaching data science at General Assembly for the last three years, over 20,000 students have taken his DataCamp online courses, and he is the author of ‘Machine Learning for Algorithmic Trading’ (https://www.amazon.com/Hands-Machine-Learning-Algorithmic-Trading-ebook/dp/B07JLFH7C5).

Applied Artificial Intelligence builds strategic capabilities to create competitive advantages from AI.  It optimizes customer lifecycle performance, helps make sense of demand and automates pricing, enhances products & user experience and improves the performance of key support functions.


About Samsung Next

As the innovation group within Samsung, we build, grow, and scale great ideas, wherever organizations or entrepreneurs are in their life cycle. In our ever-changing and increasingly decentralized world, we believe that our unique approach will empower consumers, strengthen enterprises, and radically transform Samsung itself.

Entrepreneurs are our priority. We discover and back the founders, engineers, and builders who will help Samsung define the future of software and services for the world.  We build, grow, and scale software and services to complement Samsung’s global hardware footprint.  

Challenging the status quo:  We start with the why. Why do good ideas fail?  Why do some companies struggle to scale?  Why can’t corporate innovation be done differently?  How we find the best answers: think and act like a startup.  Never stop looking for a better path forward.  And keep asking the tough questions.


Venue

Samsung Next

30 West 26th Street Manhattan ,New York

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