2019 AgendaAI, BLOCKCHAIN, AND DATA ANALYTICS
HOSTED BY Erick Schonfeld, Technology Journalist and Co-Founder, Traction Technology Partners
Council Field Trips
Data Deep Dives
With Alexa, Google Home and other voice-only interfaces making their way into our homes, cars, and Airpods, Conversational Commerce is starting to take off. In this session, members will learn how best to reach consumers through these new channels and how to make chatbots that can actually sell something.
A full day of knowledge sharing, presentations, and networking. Council members get to know one another while visiting the offices of the top AI + Data startups in Silicon Valley and San Francisco.
Augmented and Virtual Reality are not just for video games and mobile travel guides. They are helping to add a digital layer to worksites, product design meetings, and customer sales visits. From assisting remote field workers with hands-free, contextual information to getting the whole team to visualize a final product before it’s built, AR and VR is making its way into the workplace.
For this interactive livestream, we will scour our data-driven Market Map of Emerging Tech to identify new areas gaining traction in the enterprise.
Malicious actors, stolen data, and network breaches are now daily events for most companies. Don’t become the next headline. Learn how to take advantage of AI, threat intelligence, application security, isolation platforms, and other new approaches to cybersecurity.
In this workshop, members will get a hands-on guide to creating a Machine Learning Lab in their own companies from data scientists who head up machine learning initiatives at Fortune 500 companies, as well as from founders who are building machine learning platforms.
For this interactive livestream, we will explore our Traction Market Map of Data startups to identify which ones are gaining share across specific industries.
Whether you work in the financial industry, real estate, healthcare, or manufacturing, risk management is increasingly becoming a bigger concern as new threats (and financial liabilities) arise. But an array of technologies from anti-fraud detection to computer vision for safety compliance are coming into play to help corporations minimize their risks (and the associated costs).