Introduction to AI
What is it and how can we use it in testing?
2021, April 8 start:
6PM CET
Duration 3 hours online
FOR WHOM?
Moving your project to the latest Java can mean faster code, cheaper cloud bills, but above all, an application that cannot be hacked easily! Just by using Java 11, you can save up to 25% of heap memory, and there are many other benefits.

If you write your code to the latest Java, it would become clearer, concise, and easy to read which means less chance to produce bugs.
Jenn Bonine
CEO at AI AppStore, PinkPowered AI, Dream Tank
Jennifer Bonine is the CEO of AI Appstore, Inc., and was the first female Artificial Intelligence ("AI") platform CEO. AI Appstore specializes in custom subscription technology bundles, leveraging an intelligent platform to recommend actions and changes in the software development lifecycle. The company exceeds expectations of integration, testing, delivery, and management with a groundbreaking business model that is fully engaged in the sustainable development goals ("SDGs") cultivated by the United Nations.

Respected as a gifted speaker, entrepreneur, and philanthropist, Jennifer Bonine addresses the AI industry nationally and internationally, most recently at the World Economic Forum in Davos and for CNNMoney Switzerland. She has held executive level positions leading teams for Oracle and Target and is a founding board member of the United States bid for the World Expo 2027. Jennifer is a 2020 Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal Women in Business honoree, a founding sponsor and member of IVOW AI's Women in History Data Ideation Challenge, and an executive board member of Chad Greenway's Lead the Way foundation. She is a member of Million Dollar Women, is a member and mentor for TeamWomen, and is a council member of DreamTank, an organization designed to champion young entrepreneurs.

Recently named one of the Top 30 Leaders to Watch in 2020 by Silicon Review, Jennifer Bonine was featured at the UN's AI for Good summit. Jennifer is also developing a series of books to educate children about the power of AI and machine learning
WORKSHOP FORMAT
Interactive videos, polling questions, and resources
Overview 

15 min
Training 

3,5 hours
Breaks 

30 minutes
QA

15 min
WORKSHOP PROGRAM
2020, September 5
12:00 – 12:15
Welcome speech. Overview.
12:15 – 13:00
Lambda Expression
Functional programming concept, the syntax for lambdas, replacing with anonymous inner classes. etc.
13:00 – 13:07
Break
13:07 – 13:27
Method reference, static, and default method in the interface
1. Method reference
2. Static method
3. Default method
4. Optional
13:27 – 14:27

Best practices and useful patterns
1. Java inbuilt functional interfaces.
2. Execute around patterns etc.
14:27 - 14:37

Break
14:37 - 15:27

Java Stream
1. The stream interface, stream processing,
2. Map, filter and reduce
3. Short circuiting methods etc
15:34 - 16:24

Collectors
1. Collectors toList, toSet, to Map
2. Sorting ( Comparators)
3. Parallel processing
16:34 - 16:55

Q&A 
WHAT YOU NEED BEFORE WE START:
1
A computer with the latest Java (preferable Java 14) installed and Zoom.
2
IDE: IntelliJ IDEA (preferable) or Eclipse
3
Understanding of the object-oriented concept

4
Understanding of Generics and Collection framework

5
A fancy coffee mug. Tea mugs are also accepted if you are not a caffeine addict yet :)
WHAT YOU LEARN
As artificial intelligence and machine learning take increasingly more tasks that humans once performed we need more than ever to understand our vital and critical skills of humans in our new world. Some of the skills needed now are not ones we have placed historically a high value on as technical professionals.

If you majored in the humanities or social sciences, you were a fuzzy. If you majored in the computer sciences, you were a techie. This informal division has quietly found its way into a default assumption that has misled the business world for decades: that it's the techies who drive innovation.

But recently we see the counterintuitive reality of business today: it's actually the fuzzies - not the techies - who are playing the key roles in developing the most creative and successful new business ideas. They are often the ones who understand the life issues that need solving and offer the best approaches for doing so. It is they who are bringing context to code, and ethics to algorithms. They also bring the management and communication skills, the soft skills that are so vital to spurring growth. We will discuss the skill sets that really matter for technical teams.
Let's explore some of today's most dynamic new companies, reveals breakthrough fuzzy-techie collaborations, and explores how such collaborations are at the center of innovation in business, education, and government, and why liberal arts are still relevant in our techie world.

Learn how to embrace the fuzzy and techie in all of us, humanizing our technology, empathize with the customers, and build world class software. As we move to a world driven by big data, and powered by algorithms, Techies (those who have studied engineering and computer sciences) are of great importance. But as we prioritize Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) subjects, we must also consider the overlooked but valuable role that the Liberal Arts play in our technological world. Fuzzies help us apply our new tools with context, consideration, and relevance to the greatest human problems. Moreover, as machines take on more routine tasks within our jobs, what's left are those human skills honed and refined through broad educations. A new generation of entrepreneurs, those who are both fuzzy-and-techie, is fast emerging, and will be at the center of our future economy. Learn how to be among the leaders embracing both your fuzzy and techie self and thrive in this new world.
As artificial intelligence and machine learning take increasingly more tasks that humans once performed we need more than ever to understand our vital and critical skills of humans in our new world. Some of the skills needed now are not ones we have placed historically a high value on as technical professionals.

If you majored in the humanities or social sciences, you were a fuzzy. If you majored in the computer sciences, you were a techie. This informal division has quietly found its way into a default assumption that has misled the business world for decades: that it's the techies who drive innovation.
But recently we see the counterintuitive reality of business today: it's actually the fuzzies - not the techies - who are playing the key roles in developing the most creative and successful new business ideas. They are often the ones who understand the life issues that need solving and offer the best approaches for doing so. It is they who are bringing context to code, and ethics to algorithms. They also bring the management and communication skills, the soft skills that are so vital to spurring growth. We will discuss the skill sets that really matter for technical teams.

Let's explore some of today's most dynamic new companies, reveals breakthrough fuzzy-techie collaborations, and explores how such collaborations are at the center of innovation in business, education, and government, and why liberal arts are still relevant in our techie world.

Learn how to embrace the fuzzy and techie in all of us, humanizing our technology, empathize with the customers, and build world class software. As we move to a world driven by big data, and powered by algorithms, Techies (those who have studied engineering and computer sciences) are of great importance. But as we prioritize Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) subjects, we must also consider the overlooked but valuable role that the Liberal Arts play in our technological world. Fuzzies help us apply our new tools with context, consideration, and relevance to the greatest human problems. Moreover, as machines take on more routine tasks within our jobs, what's left are those human skills honed and refined through broad educations. A new generation of entrepreneurs, those who are both fuzzy-and-techie, is fast emerging, and will be at the center of our future economy. Learn how to be among the leaders embracing both your fuzzy and techie self and thrive in this new world.
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COURSE BENEFITS:
Basics of AI
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WORKSHOP
Smart Bird
$199
2021, April 8
Time 6PM CET
3 HOURS LONG
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Geekle Corp.
910 Foulk Road, Suite 201
Wilmington, DE
19803, USA
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