Tue Jul 12 CEST (in about 2 months)
In your timezone (EDT): Mon Jul 11 6:00pm - Mon Jul 11 6:00pm
Frankfurt am Main
Römerberg 23 60311 Frankfurt am Main Deutschland
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been one of the most discussed topics in the IT world for quite some time. However, the full potential of AI will only be fully exploited in the near future, accompanied by higher computing power, larger amounts of data and more efficient algorithms. However, there are already many solutions - mainly based on machine learning (ML) - that support specialist and IT departments in automating processes and making decisions.
According to the latest IDC market analysis, 40 percent of the companies surveyed have already implemented AI projects. More than 80 percent plan to do so in the foreseeable future. It will be particularly important not to limit AI to operational application scenarios, but to use it more in the context of digitization in order to exploit the full potential. Namely the release of creativity, the modeling of ideas and the acceleration of innovations.
This conference will separate the hype from reality and introduce you to next-generation technologies that are available today and that will enable you to stay ahead of the competition. Because one thing is certain: the successful handling of data will determine the future and success of companies.
• Optimize processes to make better decisions using AI, ML, deep learning and robotic process automation (RPA).
• Conversational IT – simplifying the interaction between humans and machines
• RPA - use cases and areas of application of AI and ML
• Augmented Analytics: the key trends in Next Generation Analytics and BI platforms
• Modern data platforms and services for AI and ML applications
• Challenges & Risks of AI, ML and RPA
This conference is aimed at IT and departmental employees from IT user companies in Germany.
IT user companies within the meaning of these conditions of participation are all organizations that do not themselves provide consulting services and/or develop, manufacture or sell ICT products or services. Employees of spin-off IT companies who work exclusively for the parent company and do not do any third-party business are also eligible to participate.
Employees of IT provider companies only have access to our events as part of a sponsorship. IT provider companies are hardware, software, services and telecommunications companies as well as consulting firms and ICT service providers.
IDC expressly reserves the right not to accept registrations from people who do not belong to the above target group - even if the invitation was issued by one of our partners, by mistake by IDC itself or by participating in an online survey.
Neil Ward Dutton
Vice President, AI and Automation European Research Practices, IDC