Topic: The Artificial Intelligence Imperative: Automation to AI-based applications – Concerns and Opportunities
Time: 2:30 – 3:20 PM EST
Duration: 50 Mins
Employing Artificial Intelligence (AI) capabilities, businesses can leverage existing enterprise investments in newer ways to become future-ready. For businesses keen on digital transformation the need is to adopt the right technology without disrupting existing IT infrastructures. For many this is a journey that begins with automation and is fully realized with specifically crafted applications running on and benefiting from an AI platform that provides a range of capabilities including Machine Learning. In this interactive session, we will discuss how enterprises are taking this journey with some real life examples.
Sudhir spent more than 9 years at Google where his last role was as the product head of policy enforcement for Google's multi-billion dollar Personalized Ads products. In a previous position, he led financial fraud management across all Google products, establishing company's leadership in the industry. Before that he helped Google develop its first proprietary CRM system, now used by its worldwide sales team. Previously, Sudhir held leadership roles with three startups, two of which were successfully acquired. Sudhir started his career at Intel, where he held various roles in product marketing and software engineering during his eight-year tenure.
Balaji Rangaswamy served as Chief Information Officer (CIO) for Ricoh in the Americas. In this capacity, Rangaswamy was responsible for the overall formulation and execution of Ricoh’s strategic IT vision and goals, and played an integral role in the delivery of cutting-edge technology for Ricoh’s internal and external audiences. Named one of Computerworld’s 2016 Premier 100 Technology Leaders and a 2014 CIO Innovator of the Year by Frost & Sullivan, Rangaswamy most recently served as Vice President, Information Technology, where he streamlined Ricoh’s IT organization through the development and consolidation of enterprise systems, and drove customer mobility and employee collaboration strategies.