Conference Agenda

Session
Keynote 3: How Did AI That is Used to Beat Humans at Games Reduce Data Centre Cooling Costs By More Than10%?
Time:
Friday, 24/June/2022:
8:10am - 9:00am

Location: Dominion Ballroom


Cameron Schuler

Cameron Schuler is the Chief Commercialization Officer & Vice President, Industry Innovation at the Vector Institute. He is the former Executive Director of Amii ,where, for 8 years, he led one of the top-ranked Machine Learning and AI groups in the world. Cameron’s multifaceted career has covered finance, business & product development, consumer products, IT and general management from start-ups to mature companies. His industry experience includes Alternative Energy, Banking, Consumer Products, Information Technology (Consumer and Enterprise), Investment Sales and Trading, Life Sciences, Manufacturing, Medical Devices, Oil & Gas, and Oil & Gas Services. Roles have included COO, CFO, President and CEO and he was COO & CFO of a food manufacturer whose products lead to sales of over 250 million units.


Session Abstract

Some of the most newsworthy achievements of AI over the last few years have highlighted computers learning complex games like GO, Chess, and Video Games. It is even more intriguing that these systems learn in days or hours to beat the best players in the world. So what is the connection between games and HVAC systems? Learn how the methodologies that enable high level game play have enabled HVAC systems to be more efficient by creating novel control methods.


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