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Using AI, Machine Learning and Vision Technology

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Hi-Tech Hawke's Bay is excited to host Amazon Web Services (AWS) for our final event in 2020.

This AWS presentation will help businesses to understand how they can utilise Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Vision Technology by using practical demonstrations from the Ag and Hort Tech industry.

The presentation is relevant for all business sectors.

Joining us will be Shane Tracey-O’Connell, AWS Start-up NZ Manager (based in Hawke's Bay) and Stephen Merten, Principal Solutions Architect AWS NZ.

This is an in-person presentation followed by Q&A and networking. Register early to secure your spot!

Steffen Merten, Principal Solutions Architect, AWS

Steffen is a Principal Solutions Architect for AWS that has spent the last year supporting Xero’s cloud modernisation and has recently moved back to his startup roots.

Prior to AWS Steffen was Chief Data Officer for Marsello, following five years as an embedded analyst at Palantir.

Steffen’s roots are in complex systems analysis with over ten years spent studying both ecological and terrorist systems in the U.S. national security industry throughout the Middle East, South, and Central Asia.

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