AI at Scale – CognitiveBrain – Workshop

Event Overview

Workshop hosted by IBM
10-20 Attendees, 6 Speakers, 2.5 Hours

Date & Time

Monday, 14 December 2020
15:00 – 17:30 CEST

Location

Virtual Conference

Languages

All sessions are held English

Entry

By invitation – info@swisscognitive.ch

Agenda

See below

Event in Brief
Have you also passed the phase of the first AI projects?
Now comes the phase of scaling. This challenging time will change or at least affect the operating model, the people and their skills, your company vision and your technology portfolio.

We are looking into the question of how we can make optimum use of AI’s potential and at the same time minimise or not overestimate the risks economically.

Partner
Our partner IBM has developed a customer tool precisely for this “AI at Scale” risk problem.
IBM is best positioned to help you mitigate your AI risk through a three part concept. IBM can help their clients with the culture they need to adopt and scale AI safely, the AI engineering with forensic tools to see inside black box algorithms and governance to make sure the engineering “sticks” to the culture. 

Break-out sessions
•Technology and Operations
•People and Enablement
•Vision and Operating Model

Event Audience
CTO, CDO, CIO who are about to deploy AI throughout their companies. 😊

What to expect… and what not to
This is a strictly non-sales event. Therefore, you can expect only content-focused panel discussions and keynotes, giving transparent insights into the global AI ecosystem.

CognitiveBrain Agenda & Speakers

Central European Time (CET)

15:00

Welcome by SwissCognitive – The Global AI Hub
Dalith Steiger and Andy Fitze, Founders of SwissCognitive

20′

Keynote – AI at Scale framework
Beth Rudden, Distinguished Engineer & Principal Data Scientist of IBM

20′

Industry Client use case
Rainer Hoffmann, Applied AI@EnBW, AI Translator and Data Strategist, EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG

45′

Break-out sessions

  • Technology and Operations
  • People and Enablement
  • Vision and Operating Model

Wouter Oosterbosch, Chief Data Scientist Europe, Associate Partner | WW Advanced Analytics Center of Competence
Alexander Büsser, Data Science Lead – Digital Health at IBM
Francesco Brenna, Senior Partner at IBM Global Business Services

20′

Interview with a AI Thought-Leader
Tash Ter Braack, Advanced Mechatronics Research, Hilti

17:30

Event wrap-up
Dalith Steiger and Andy Fitze, Founders of SwissCognitive

Speakers and Workshop Leaders

 

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IBM
Distinguished Engineer & Principal Data Scientist of IBM
Tashari Ter-Braack

Tash Ter Braack
Hilti
Advanced Mechatronics Research

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Rainer Hoffmann
EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG
Applied AI@EnBW, AI Translator and Data Strategist

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Francesco Brenna
IBM Global Business Services
Senior Partner & Founder

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Wouter Oosterbosch
IBM
Chief Data Scientist Europe, Associate Partner | WW Advanced Analytics

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Stephan Bloehdorn
IBM
Associate Partner, Practice Leader Data Science & Machine Learning DACH Market, IBM

Alexander Buesser

Alexander Buesser
IBM
Data Science Lead | Digital Health

Event Moderators & Facilitators

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Dalith Steiger

Co-Founder, Global AI Thought Leader
SwissCognitive – The Global AI Hub

 

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Andy Fitze

Co-Founder, Digital Transformation Strategist
SwissCognitive – The Global AI Hub

 

Event Committee

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Livia Spiesz

Events & Communication Manager
SwissCognitive – The Global AI Hub

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Valeska Hoenen

Content and Social Media Manager
SwissCognitive – The Global AI Hub

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