Mohamad Charafeddine is the Head of Mobility Engineering, Infra & AI at Careem. Before this, he was part of a Stanford spin-out startup in the Silicon Valley, headed the Applied AI R & D lab at Samsung, and worked at the Core ML team for Facebook's Business Integrity. In this talk, he will talk about how to make people's lives easier by enabling seamless access to anyone, anything, anywhere via ubiquitous transport.
The delivery of goods right now resembles the Internet in the 1980s. The Internet works with packets switching, software-defined networking, APIs economy, caching, and routing and access hardware. I will talk about packages switching, robotic API interfaces, multi-modal autonomous vehicles, and how eventually the world will be connected. The purpose is to make people's lives easier by enabling seamless access to anyone, anything, anywhere via ubiquitous transport. I will share some applications that the AtomNet will enable, say for healthcare, and how the supply chain and its value chain will evolve.
Mohamad Awad Charafeddine
Mohamad graduated from the AUB in Lebanon and then went to Stanford for a MS and PhD. He then joined a Stanford spin-out startup in the Silicon Valley to diagnose and optimize entire telco broadband networks with 120M households under management. He did his MBA at the Berkeley Haas School of Business, and then headed the Applied AI R&D lab at Samsung, pushing the envelope in applied Reinforcement Learning and Deep Learning at scale. After that, he joined Facebook in Menlo Park to work in the Core ML team for Business Integrity, classifying content for all ads and marketplace content for Facebook, Instagram, and Messenger. He joined Careem in the summer of 2019 to support its mission of making everyday life simple for the people of the MENAP region. After leading Mobility Engineering for mobility of people, mobility of things, and infrastructure & AI, he now leads Careem’s Mobility Platform as the VP of Product. He is interested in developing the entrepreneurship and VC ecosystem in the region having served as an advisory and on the investment committee of Arzan VC since 2015. You can follow him on Medium and Twitter @mohamadtweets.
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