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Road to Artificial Intelligence

Get the most out of your data. Embrace the Analytics Economy.

 

28 June | Johannesburg

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SAS has been applying analytics to the toughest business problems for decades. With SAS, you get solutions built on a powerful analytics platform – and millions of lessons learned. Join us at our Road to AI event on June 28th in Johannesburg to meet thought leaders and SAS experts.

Topics will include the path to artificial intelligence, machine learning, how AI will improve customer experience and how innovation through analytics is possible. You will have the chance to hear from thought leaders in this space, customers and a not-to-be-missed Keynote address from Neil Harbisson, Cyborg Artist and many more.

MAKING AI BUSINESS-SMART

What steps can you take today?
SAS experts and guests will show you:

The art of the practical:
making AI real

How AI can improve Customer experience

How innovation through analytics is possible

How AI is changing the world of business today

Speakers

Neil Harbisson

Neil Harbisson
Artist and co-founder of the Cyborg Foundation

Desan Naidoo

Desan Naidoo
Vice President, SAS Africa

Dr. Benjamin Rosman

Dr. Benjamin Rosman
Deep Learning & Robotics Researcher and Lecturer, Wits University / CSIR

Larry Orimoloye

Larry Orimoloye
Senior Business Solutions Manager - Advanced Analytics & AI, SAS

David Cosgrave

David Cosgrave
Pre-Sales Support Director: Information Management & Analytics, SAS Africa

Aneshan Ramaloo

Aneshan Ramaloo
Advanced Analytics Practice Lead, SAS Africa

Craig Stephens

Craig Stephens
Principal Solutions Manager, SAS Africa

Agenda

08:30 - 09:00
Registration & Breakfast
09:00 - 09:20Analytics Economy: Accelerating your path to Value

Desan Naidoo - Vice President, SAS Africa
09:20 - 09:50Keynote: The Renaissance of our Species

Neil Harbisson - Cyborg Artist and co-founder of the Cyborg Foundation
09:50 - 10:20Artificial Intelligence: How it's changing the world of business

Larry Orimoloye - Senior Business Solutions Manager - Advanced Analytics & AI, SAS
10:20 - 10:45The Art of the Practical: Making AI real: What could AI do for my organization?
A review of current real-world examples of AI & Robotics in Banking

Prenton Chetty - Senior Manager, Advanced Analytics, Nedbank
10:45 - 11:15Lunch
11:15 - 11:40 Intelligent robotics
What can the latest  deep reinforcement learning contribute to advances in Robotics? And what does this mean for your business?

Dr. Benjamin Rosman - Deep Learning & Robotics Researcher and Lecturer, Wits University / CSIR
11:40 - 12:10Solving business problems using data visualization and machine learning

Aneshan Ramaloo - Advanced Analytics Practice Lead, SAS Africa
12:10 - 12:30Demo: Paradise Found with Machine Learning: Find Your Best City to Live. Focus on fundamentals of effective data management strategy in analytics

Craig Stephens - Principal Solutions Manager, SAS Africa
12:30 - 13:00Panel Discussion: Making AI Real: Challenge or Opportunity in unlocking business value

Moderator: David Cosgrave - Pre-Sales Support Director: Information Management & Analytics, SAS Africa
13:00 - 14:30Networking & Lunch/ Demo area

1-1 Meetings with SAS specialists on:

Machine Learning

Analytics Platform

Data Management

IoT

28 June | Johannesburg, South Africa

Hyatt Regency,
191 Oxford Rd, Rosebank,
Johannesburg
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