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Sharif Zadeh
Track Chair, CxO Insights

Sharif Zadeh

Founder & President, AI Technologies

Sessions

AI Expo 2021

October 12, 202110:00 - 10:30
October 12, 202110:30 - 11:00
October 12, 202111:00 - 11:30
October 12, 202111:30 - 12:00
October 12, 202113:00 - 13:30
October 12, 202113:30 - 14:00
October 12, 202114:00 PM- 14:30

Panel discussion on Edge AI

CxO Insights - AI Expo 2021
October 12, 202114:30 -15:00

AI Future and Startups Panel

CxO Insights - AI Expo 2021
October 12, 20218:00 - 8:30
October 12, 20218:30 - 9:00
October 12, 20219:00 - 10:00
October 12, 20219:00 - 9:30

AI Expo 2020

November 2, 202003:00pm - 04:00pm

Accelerating Intelligence

Future of AI Hardware
November 2, 202004:00pm - 05:00pm
November 3, 202010:00am - 11:00am

Analog Circuits for AI

Future of AI Hardware
November 3, 202011:00am - 11:30am
November 3, 202011:40am - 12:40am

VC Panel AMA

Future of AI Hardware

Biography

Sharif Zadeh is a technologist and entrepreneur in Silicon Valley, Founder and President of AI Technologies, specialized in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (AI/ML), Computer Vision, Hardware/Software design for Communication Systems, Internet Networks, Semiconductors, as well as Business Development for teams and products, with Strong Leadership and Technology Management Experience.

Trained in academia at Stanford, University of California, Berkeley and Davis, and Sharif University of Technology (SUT) in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, he has extensive industry experience with proven track record for generating meaningful Intellectual Property (IP) through publications at top-tier IEEE Conferences/Journals as well as patents.

Sharif has served as chair and executive board member at IEEE Silicon Valley, Computer Society, Silicon Valley Engineering Council (SVEC), program chair of IEEE Artificial Intelligence Symposium, and Entrepreneurship for AI Ventures at Artificial Intelligence Conferences for ValleyML.ai. Sharif also serves as advisor and mentor for Startups in Silicon Valley and for entrepreneurship graduate courses at Stanford University.