Moderator: Clint Wheelock, Managing Director, Tractica
– Aditya Kaul, Research Director, Tractica
– Dr. Rangan Sukumar, Senior Data Analytics Architect, Cray
– Jimmy D. Pike, Vice President and DellEMC Fellow, Senior System Architect, Office of the CTO, Dell ISG
The rapid emergence and adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) techniques like machine and deep learning are a wakeup call: AI will transform the technology landscape and touch almost every industry over the next 10 years, according to Tractica’s analysis. No domain of computing will escape the transformation, including high-performance computing (HPC). This session provides a timely deep dive into some of the real-world applications that are likely to benefit from this transformation.
Use cases highlighting how AI will augment supercomputing workloads include:
Moderator: Dean Bubley, Managing Director, Disruptive Analysis
– Krishna Nimmagadda, President and a co-founder, Kogentix
– Wael William Diab, IIC Chair of the Technology Working Group, IIC Steering Committee Member and Senior Director at Huawei
During this session, Caroline Gabriel, a veteran telecommunications research executive who has followed the telecom industry for 30+ years, will share some new and original research on mobile operators and will discuss how they plan to use AI and machine learning to enhance their business models. The report focuses on investment plans, applications, timescales and expected impact on their business in the period to 2025.
The session will cover four main categories of AI usage among mobile operators:
The session will examine each of these four categories including:
The main discussion points include:
Moderator: Denise Valentine, Senior Analyst, AITE Group
AI has already begun making significant inroads into the many fintech sectors like banking, insurance, investment management, etc. Research shows that most banks will be using intelligent assistants and bots to handle a significant amount of customer service inquiries. For example, a recent survey conducted by Personetics shows that over three-quarters of financial institutions view chatbots as a viable commercial solution now or within the next 1-2 years. Fintech firms already have vast volumes of data, and are generating more each day. Today, technologies like specialized hardware, data analytics, machine learning and deep learning are already being used to either augment human tasks or beginning to replace them.
Attend this special event and hear from some of the leading AI firms that have deep experience and AI solutions in the financial services industry.
Moderator: Judith Hurwitz, President, Hurwitz and Associates
– Francis Carden, VP, Robotics and Transformation, Pegasystems Inc.
– Boris Krumrey, Chief Robotics Officer, UiPath
– Mikhail Abramchyk, SVP Products, WorkFusion
Robotic process automation (RPA) is an emerging technology designed to automate manual processes through the creation of software robots to replace or supplement employees. Some vendors are employing AI to improve the accuracy of results. RPA enables the bots to capture, interpret, and execute processes such as invoicing data, customer and employee onboarding, or triggering an automated response. The benefits of RPA tools allow a business to cut costs, improve accuracy, and speed the process of linking enterprise software applications.
This session will be moderated by Judith Hurwitz, CEO, Hurwitz & Associates, a strategic consulting and analyst firm, and will include several RPA software providers who will discuss their specific software implementation and solutions.
Conference program is subject to change.
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