Past Meetup

Meet Me Up: Intel’s Meetup Series feat. Mobileye & Cyber AI

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Hansen center for technology & design

14 Gedaliah Alon st · Jerusalem

How to find us

Upstairs at the rooftop

Details

*Space is limited for the first 120 attendees. Please be on time.
*Lectures will be held in Hebrew

🤖“JARVIS never saw it coming: Hacking machine
learning (ML) in speech, text and face recognition -and frankly, everywhere else”
Speaker: Guy Bernard Magen, Cyber AI

Exploits, Backdoors, and Hacks: words we do not commonly hear when
speaking of Machine Learning (ML(. Guy will talk about the relatively
new field of hacking and manipulate machine learning systems and the
potential these techniques pose for active offensive research.
Guy is a member of the BSidesTLV organizing team and recipient of the
Cisco “black belt” security ninja honor – the highest cyber security
advocate rank. With over 15 years of experience in the cyber-security
industry, he held various positions in both corporates and start-
ups. Guy is currently a security research manager at Intel, where he
focuses on AI Security, reverse engineering and researching various
embedded systems

🚙Mobileye- the ADAS revolution
Speaker: Tal Babaioff, VP Automotive Projects Mobileye

In this session Tal will talk about “The ADAS revolution: working with
the car industry, and introduction of novelty technologies”. The
increasing electronics system complexity and the need to optimize the
development and manufacturing process is driving a revolution in the
in-vehicle electronic architecture. Artificial Intelligence is in evolution:
from Infotainment applications (voice and speech recognition) to
Autonomous driving. The talk will tell the story of Mobileye
development, decision and choices over the years, towards the ADAS
revolution.
Tal joined Mobileye in 2002 after completing a BSc. in Computer
Science from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Since then, Tal has
held leading roles for some of Mobileye’s most cutting-edge activities
involving vision algorithms development, customer interaction and
project management. Most notably, Tal has successfully managed first
production program launches for each generation of Mobileye’s System-
on-Chip, known as EyeQ®.