Speak at TensorFlow World, a meeting place for the TensorFlow community

Posted by Edd Wilder-James and Ben Lorica, TensorFlow World co-chairs

The first ever TensorFlow World conference will be held October 28–31 this year, in Santa Clara, CA. Organized by O’Reilly Media, the conference is a meeting place for the entire TensorFlow ecosystem. If you have something to share with the TensorFlow community, the call for participation is now open: applications are due by April 23.

As the TensorFlow community continues to expand across many industries, we wanted to provide space for everyone to connect with each other, to learn from each other’s experience and to share new developments. TensorFlow World will provide opportunity for talks, training, vendor exhibition space, cool demos, and most importantly: time and space to connect with like-minded TensorFlow users.

Open through April 23, our call for participation welcomes talks from across the community. Are you using TensorFlow to build your organization’s products or services? To discover new business opportunities? Or are you pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in research with TensorFlow?

If so, we want to hear about it. Come share your best practices, case studies (success stories as well as instructive failures), new techniques, deep technical knowledge — or creative and innovative stories. You don’t have to be a seasoned speaker or industry famous to submit a proposal. Just tell us what you’d like to discuss with the TensorFlow community.

Check out the CFP for suggested topics and tips for a successful proposal. Then be sure to submit yours by April 23. If you have questions, feel free to reach out to us on Twitter: the conference handle is @TensorFlowWorld.

We’re looking forward to you joining us this October for TensorFlow World!