The Value of A.I. in the Enterprise Business – Neural Networks and Business Cases

Artificial Intelligence has the potential to disrupt many companies and entire industries. AI will prepare data for decision makers, simplify complex processes and facilitate communication between humans as well as humans and machines. We are convinced that a profound understanding of the AI technologies is key to master its application and demonstrate its value in the industry. Therefore, we would like to invite you to the “AI @ Swisscom” workshop, where we will discuss the following topics:

  • The business value of AI (e.g. strategy, management best practices, use cases in different areas)
  • AI methodologies and technologies (e.g., machine learning, neural networks, deep learning)
  • Integration of AI applications into business environments (e.g., increase user adoption, integration in existing business IT infrastructure


– Meet world-class researchers
– Exchange with high performance dev-ops engineers
– Visit data center
– Discuss business impact


The workshop features several experts such as Dr. Michael Baeriswyl (Head of AI Swisscom), Dr. Claudiu Musat (Research Director AI Swisscom), Laure Willemin (Head of AI Development).

The workshop is limited to 20 seats. Seats will be offered on a first come first served basis.



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Date & Time

8th March 2017 – 8:30AM to 1:30PM, incl. Lunch

Host & Location

Swisscom, Genfergasse 14, Raum StoryGym G411, 3000 Bern

Group Size

max. 20


CXOs that face the challenges of evaluating the business value of AI and deciding upon a company’s next steps and investments in AI.




Dr. Michael Baeriswyl

Michael’s interest lies at the intersection of disruptive technologies, human centered design and entrepreneurship. He is currently leading the Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning Group at Swisscom. Here, he and his team are transforming the business of Swisscom and its clients by applying artificial intelligence to empower people and automatize processes. Furthermore, he oversees the modularization of the Swisscom’s software landscape, heading the Software as a Service and Enablers Group. Before joining Swisscom, Michael conducted his doctoral studies at ETH Zurich and MIT in Boston. During his time at ETH, he co-founded a startup in the area of marketing analytics. Michael still engages in several research projects and gives guest lectures at universities, including ETH, EPFL and MIT.