Inova Computer Association

Inova Presents The

Artificial IntelligenceAI


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What's this event?

In an age where everything is becoming automized, intelligence is as well.

Artificial intelligence is a rising technology that is expected to shake up the world by its implications on the economy. In this workshop, participants will learn about future implications of AI, what creates an AI, and will create their own neural network to create their own image recognition program.

AI in Statistics

Share of jobs requiring AI
since 2013


Jobs lost to
AI by 2030

375 million

AI healthcare market by 2021

$6.6 billion

Business leaders considering AI as a business advantage



Your own AI

Make your own image-recognition program using a neural network.

Future insights

Gain insight into AI by the workshop speakers.


Meet other people interested in a similar field you are.


Matt Toledo

Udacity Mentor, Machine Learning

Matt has been working with different facets of Machine Learning for several years, from basic supervised ML to Deep Reinforcement Learning. Currently, Matt works as a mentor for Udacity and as an instructor and content creator for a local AI meet up in Vancouver.

Johannes Harmes

Data Scientist, Machine Learning

Johannes first discovered the potential of machine learning while working in the healthcare industry. He currently works as a data science consultant solving problems across various domains. Outside of work, he serves as an AI event organizer and content creator.

Aditya Sharma

Software Engineer, Deep Learning

Aditya is a graduate student in Data Science at UBC Vancouver. Previously, he has worked for a year as a Software Engineer at VMware, Inc. in Bangalore, India. He completed his bachelor's degree in Mathematics and Computing from Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, India in 2017. He is a Deep Learning enthusiast his current interests lie in the areas of Computer Vision and Optimization algorithms.

Johannes Giorgis

Cloud Software Engineer

Johannes is a Software Engineer with a background in Cloud, DevOps and Big Data. Currently, he is working as a Senior Data Engineer at a startup building the data and cloud systems to derive insights in the retail space. Outside of work, he creates educational content for a local AI meetup in Vancouver.


Time Activity
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM Registration
9:45 AM - 10:45 AM Workshop Speaker — Future of AI, how an AI is made
10:45 AM - 11:00 AM Break
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Workshop Speaker — Introduction to Python Programming
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Lunch Break
1:15 PM - 4:30 PM Workshop Activity — Creating your own AI
4:30 PM - 5:00 PM Closing

What to bring


Creating your own neural network will require a laptop. Wifi will be provided.

Lunch Money

There will be one hour for lunch. As the venue is located in the heart of Vancouver, there are many places to eat.


Artificial Intelligence is huge! This workshop is a great opportunity to learn about it.

When & Where

Sunday, June 9th 2019
1490 W Broadway #200 — Vancouver, BC, Canada