Artificial Intelligence Conference San Francisco 95/114

Artificial Intelligence Conference San Francisco 95/114

Jeremy Stanley 
Vice President, Data Science, Instacart

Jeremy Stanley is the vice president of data science at Instacart, where he works closely with data scientists who are integrated into product teams to drive growth and profitability through logistics, catalog, search, consumer, shopper, and partner applications. Previously, Jeremy was chief data scientist and EVP of engineering at Sailthru, a company building data-driven solutions for marketers to drive long-term customer engagement and optimize revenue opportunities, where he was responsible for the intelligence in the marketing personalization platform, led development, operations, database, and engineering support teams, and partnered with the CTO to drive innovation and stability while scaling; the CTO of Collective, where he led a team of product managers, engineers, and data scientists in creating technology platforms that used machine learning and big data to address challenging multiscreen advertising problems; and the founder of Ernst & Young’s Global Markets Analytics group, which analyzed the firm’s markets, financial, and personnel data to inform executive decision making. Jeremy’s background in data-driven technology products spans a decade consulting with numerous global financial services firms on predictive modeling applications as a leader in the Customer Analytics advisory practice at Ernst & Young.


1:45pm–2:25pm Tuesday, September 19, 2017
How Instacart is using AI to create the most efficient shoppers ever
Verticals and applications
Location: Imperial A
Level: Beginner
Secondary topics:  Data science and AI

Jeremy Stanley (Instacart)
In the on-demand economy, if something doesn’t happen in real time, it’s too late. The secret ingredient that makes this possible? Data science. Jeremy Stanley explains how Instacart uses deep learning to enable its shoppers to become the most efficient shoppers ever, putting the company at the top of the food chart in the on-demand economy.