Chatbots and artificial intelligence: when robots will learn to think. Presentation of Sergey Skabelkin, FinTech Cluster

24 March 2017
Chatbots and artificial intelligence: when robots will learn to think. Presentation of Sergey Skabelkin, FinTech Cluster

How soon will chatbots manage to pass the Turing test and prove their ability to think? Where is the edge of a chatbot being undistinguishable from a person, communicating with us?

Sergey Skabelkin, one of founders of Ukrainian FinTech Cluster, will discuss chatbots as experimental AI carriers at ChatBot Conference UA.

 

Sergey Skabelkin is a successful founder and director of fintech startups, cofounder of FinTech Cluster, Ukrainian venture hub, and vice-president of Ukrainian Association of Electronic Business. He is the expert in mobile banking, business architect of mobile wallets and online services.

Within 10 years, he has developed projects of leading banks: PrivatBank, Forward Bank, Alfa Bank and others. Sergey was involved in developing and promoting projects related with mobile POS terminals, contactless payments and mobile wallets. The speaker is interested in cryptocurrencies, blockchain technologies and Internet of Things.

At ChatBot Conference UA, Sergey will reveal key principles of AI development and the concept of chatbots being an experimental communication AI layer on the way toward cybernetic superintelligence.

 

Register for the conference in order to ask speaker a question or communicate with him personally during coffee break!

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