Maana Chief Scientist to Present at Enterprise Data World

PALO ALTO, Calif. — April 3, 2017 — Maana, the pioneer of digital knowledge technology, will participate in a speaking session on April 2-7, 2017 at the Enterprise Data World in Atlanta, GA. Maana Chief Scientist, Steven Gustafson, will present a session on artificial intelligence: Humans Required: Future of AI.

Artificial intelligence is more than a game of man vs. machines. For AI to have a valuable impact, it requires a symbiosis with humans. The presentation will explore real-world examples of how core AI ingredients such as knowledge representation and reasoning, learning, and decision-making require human engagement.

What: Humans Required: Future of AI

Who: Steven Gustafson, Chief Scientist, Maana

When: Wednesday, April 5, 2017, 08:30 AM – 09:15 AM


About Maana:

Maana organizes the world’s industrial data and human expertise into digital knowledge to enable millions of experts to make better decisions affecting the global economy and human civilization.  Using our Knowledge Platform™ and its proprietary Computational Knowledge Graph™, Fortune Global 500 industrial companies drive answers to operational questions that direct the future. Operating internationally, Maana is a privately-held company with offices in Menlo Park, California; Bellevue, Washington; Houston, Texas; London, UK; and Dhahran, Saudi Arabia.


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