Live Webinar

Synergize Your Tech Stack to Realize AI’s Full Potential

Learn how organizations get exponential impact through a layered AI technology stack.

June 27 • 11 a.m. ET • Cost: Complimentary

About the webinar

Opportunities with AI abound – from tactical to strategic. How you make the most of either scenario depends on how well you understand and integrate the various AI technologies: computer vision, natural language processing, machine learning and deep learning algorithms.

By linking them together in smart end-to-end processes, organizations realize better outcomes than if they’d pursued AI implementation piecemeal.

Join SAS Senior Data Scientist Katherine Taylor, as she explores use cases for how synergizing the tech stack in AI applications significantly affects key industries.

This will include:

  • Banking: financial advising, asset management, credit decision making, determining market risk and more.
  • Manufacturing: real-time asset monitoring and predictive maintenance.
  • Government: resource management, traffic planning and food safety.
  • Retail: understanding customer behaviors, anticipating actions and customer experience.

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About the Expert

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Katherine Taylor, Senior Data Scientist, SAS

Katherine Taylor is a Senior Data Scientist in the SAS Global Technology Practice for Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. Her background consists of doing quantitative analysis, primarily in energy and banking. Her current role involves researching and developing applications of AI in industry that are practical, understandable and deliver tangible benefits. She works closely with SAS Research and Development and customers to connect the technology with the market – and the market with technical understanding.

Taylor holds a master’s degree in financial mathematics from North Carolina State University and bachelor’s degrees in economics and political science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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