Artificial intelligence and machine learning represent the evolution of computing capabilities. We all have a sense of what AI means and of various definitions for the term – computing applications and systems that process data in a manner that predicts, changes with, or learns by experience and otherwise functions as a cognitive system. The most meaningful aspect of this evolutionary process involving AI is the availability of data and access to AI processing engines across Cloud-based platforms. We’ll hear from a group of experts who work with AI or assist others with AI implementations. The panel will discuss how AI has supported networking functions, financial services processing, self-driving cars and solving therapies for COVID-19. They will address common business use cases for which AI is increasingly becoming an essential element of business process. The panel will also discuss practical concerns with how to get started and how to overcome challenges with AI.
Matthew Gavitt, Program Manager at Schneider Electric
“Events like these are important within the industry. There is so much of this that we’re still learning and there are a lot of different thought leaders in the industry. Nobody has the right answer yet. And being able to come at a conference like this with the sharing of ideas [and] having people challenge those ideas – it’s a way to help prove out what is actually going to be our future in this IT world”
Jeff Sieracki, Senior Director, Product Management at CenturyLink
“The session I enjoyed the most was the Digital Transformation session. I thought it was fascinating and very honest, that the panelists were very direct and candid about their experiences and their willingness to change.”