The biggest promise of AI: Making scientists and engineers stronger

Branislav Kisačanin

Nvidia Corporation &

Santa Clara, California, USA

The Institute for Artificial Intelligence Research and Development of Serbia

Novi Sad, Serbia


Recent successes in AI suggest a very promising time in front of us, full of new discoveries. AI has been successful in predicting the 3D shape of never before seen proteins as well as in helping mathematicians gain insights into problems previously beyond their reach. In this talk we discuss several other recent AI breakthroughs and where they might take us.


Short Bio:

Branislav Kisačanin is the Chief Scientist of the recently founded The Institute for Artificial Intelligence Research and Development of Serbia, a part-time professor at the Faculty of Technical Sciences at the University of Novi Sad, and a scientist at Nvidia, Santa Clara, California, USA, working on visual perception algorithms and related processor architectures in the context of autonomous driving. He is also a passionate teacher of mathematically gifted kids, preparing them for math and physics olympiads through the AwesomeMath Academy and Summer Programs. Branislav has published five books on control theory and computer vision, four books for math and physics competitors, and was a guest editor for six special issues of leading computer vision journals.