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Creating Value from AI: It's easier than you think!

Meeting Description:
AI and Machine Learning are among the hottest topics in the technology landscape, but many organizations struggle with where and how to begin.

This webinar will provide practical guidance on how to conceive and execute AI projects for organizations at any stage of the journey.

In this webinar you will learn:

  • How the intersection of cloud computing, big data, and modern machine learning algorithms can be harnessed to build high impact enterprise applications.

  • How to navigate the options for leveraging AI: from do it yourself (DIY) to turnkey SaaS solutions

  • How to identify a use case and understand where AI can increase competitive advantage.
This webinar will provide a practical roadmap for deploying machine learning applications in the cloud, focused on the value and potential of Microsoft Azure.

We will show you how organizations are delivering value while building up an innovation capability by highlighting several use case examples including:

  • A large Indonesian bank improving effectiveness of marketing efforts by 3X and reducing fraud by 3%

  • A truck manufacturer predicting potential downtime events and proactively scheduling targeted vehicle maintenance

  • A CPG manufacturer increasing revenue in targeted categories by 3% due solely to AI-based recommendations delivered directly to their sales force through their existing CRM system
Date: Wed, May 23, 2018
Time: 03:00 PM SGT
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Jess Karia
 Presenter Information
Boyd Davis
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Boyd Davis is Chief Executive Officer and a co-founder of Kogentix. Under his leadership, Kogentix has grown rapidly and emerged as a top provider of enterprise AI applications technology and services in Asia and North America.  Prior to founding Kogentix, Davis was Chief Operating Officer of Cask Data, a Palo Alto based venture-backed startup responsible for the leading application platform for Apache Hadoop. Davis started his career at Intel Corporation, where he worked for over two decades in a variety of sales, marketing, and general management positions. His last role at Intel was Vice President and General Manager of the Datacenter Software Division, a group which he formed to expand Intel’s business model into software.