Conversational AI - A Chatty New Digital Experience for Your Business
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About the Event
We’ve all interacted with (or been annoyed by) virtual assistants and chatbots. But recent developments in AI improve user interaction and improve its potential. Learn how Conversational AI is revolutionizing user experience in markets spanning mobile access, telemedicine, call centers, interactive help and maybe eventually air traffic control, self driving cars and interactive business services.
Jerry Hartanto's passion is driving business outcomes through technology. He focuses on advanced analytics (AI/ML/DL in particular) because these enable better, faster decisioning making, which is at the heart of all business challenges. Currently, he is part of DataRobot's AI Success team, where he collaborates with business SMEs, data scientists, and engineers to drive AI use-case roadmaps, prioritization, and operationalization for tangible business benefits.
Mark Campbell, Chief Innovation Officer at EVOTEK, derives insights from the venture and startup communities to enable technical executives to identify, evaluate and leverage emerging technologies. His 30 years of US and international experience allow him to cut through the buzzwords in his frequent presentations, webinars, articles and podcasts. He authors IEEE’s 'IT Innovation' column, serves on the board at Capstone IT and Tower Financial Partners; and is an executive advisor and emerging technology evangelist to hundreds of senior leaders. Mark has held leadership roles at Trace3, DIRECTV, HP, BEA Systems, MCI, and Ford Aerospace and earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Computer Science and Mathematics from Adams State University, a Master’s of Science in Systems Engineering from Colorado Technical University and holds several patents.
Dr. Arle Lommel is a senior analyst with independent market research firm Common Sense Advisory (CSA Research). He is a recognized expert in quality processes and interoperability standards. Arle’s research focuses on technology, quality assessment and interoperability. Widely published in the field, he focuses on both the technical and business aspects of the industry and how they relate to each other. As director of standards at LISA, he was responsible for submission of the TBX standard to ISO (now ISO 30042) and for driving standards development at LISA.He holds a PhD in Folkloristics and is trained as a linguist, and has worked extensively in the fields of ethnography, organology, and semiotics.