Why Developers Should Care About AI: Artificial Intelligence is everywhere! AI is beginning to transform our products, our companies, and our world. However, most software developers have not yet learned how to add these new AI tools to their products and services.

0:00 | Intro
0:22 | Why should developers care about AI?
1:26 | Should developers start with ChatBot AI?
2:48 | How can I tell I’m talking to AI?
4:02 | Where is the line between human and AI?
5:07 | What are some business cases for AI?
6:01 | What are the impacts on privacy with AI?
7:51 | Conclusion

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Piers Sinclair – https://www.ssw.com.au/people/piers-s…
SSW Solution Architect
Piers is a Solution Architect with more than 7 years experiences in databases and software development. He is especially proficient in Scrum, .Net, Azure, SQL, DevOps and GitHub. He has been involved in many industries including Retail, Logistics and Job Management. When it comes to developing software, Piers has a passion for efficient development processes, designing quality solutions and building robust software architecture. He is very interested in understanding the way systems work and coming up with innovative solutions to complex problems. He speaks Chinese and has a keen interest in China. In particular, he is passionate about the successful management of Chinese IT teams and is one part of the bridge that connects SSW Australia and SSW China.

Matthew Renze – https://twitter.com/matthewrenze

Matthew Renze is a data science consultant, author, and public speaker. He is the founder of Renze Consulting, an AI consulting company that has trained over 400,000 software developers and IT professionals. His clients range from small tech start-ups to Fortune 500 companies. He is also the President of Serenze Global, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to improving access to technology education for under-represented individuals by empowering the next generation of tech community leaders.

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About the speakers

About the speakers

Matthew Renze

Matthew Renze is a data science consultant, author, and public speaker.
He is the founder of Renze Consulting, an AI consulting company that has trained over 400,000 software developers and IT professionals. His clients range from small tech start-ups to Fortune 500 companies.

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