AI Strategy Dialog, 28th November 2017

Leading AI business summit in Central Europe. Mastering AI means mastering future markets. Corporate strategies without AI can no longer be considered strategies. By enabling networking with leading experts AI Strategy Dialog provides crucial insights to corporate key players.

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AI technologies have become a part of daily life. AI can be monetized in digital business models. Chat-bots, personal assistants, roboadvisors, machine learning und cognitive computing are relevant technologies and become parts of corporate strategies. Big data technologies, open source software, cloud computing and affordable high performance computing dramatically reduce costs for cpu-consuming tasks like analysing patterns and trends in the web. AI based business models can actually pay off. Mega trends like IoT/m2m, smart products or intelligent supply chains become even more boost with cheap AI available.

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We experience the dawn of AI age. Behind all the hype there are remarkable actual breakthroughs. A new kind of software autonomously anticipates wishes of users and customers by cognizing patterns, knowledge, plannings and even argumentations. This process called machine learning makes the development of new software even quicker and cheaper. Software develops software. Machine learning is and will remain below human intelligence but the development reached a maturity level that enables more profitable business models and more efficient processes.

Topics:

  • AI Business Models
  • Digitization
  • War for AI talents
  • Agile organisation
  • Deep learning
  • AI for structured data
  • AI and Big Data
  • Machine learning
  • Cognitive computing
  • Voice interfaces
  • Voice recognition
  • Tensorflow
  • Simulations
  • Cognizing patterns
  • Conversational AI
  • Chatbots
  • Personal assistants
  • Roboadvisors
  • Open source trends
  • Cloud as super computer?
  • High performance computing (HPC)
  • AI based products for volume markets
  • Complex neuronal networks (hardware and software)
  • AI in manufacturing and engineering
  • AI in IT Security


Dr. Shivaji Dasgupta
Head of Big-Data & Analytics
Versicherungskammer Bayern

Smart Data as Part of an Holistic AI Initiative

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  • How relevant is data for digital disruption?
  • Why now for insurance companies?
  • Use cases in the fields of claims and customer support
  • Next steps


Hans Ehm
Lead Principal Supply Chain Management
Infineon Technologies AG

AI in Complex Supply Chains

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  • The semiconductor industry is challenging – capital intensive, volatile, short product life cycle, complex and long manufacturing process, truly global supply chain
  • Flexibility in the make and in the plan Ppocess enabled by SCOR based processes can be one side of the solution, best-of-breed IT systems with AI elements for decisions, decision support and predictions can be the other side
  • New challenges increase the complexity further and how AI with an ontology based semantic web offers solutions for this challenge

Hans is Lead Principal Supply Chain of Infineon Technologies AG and responsible for Supply Chain Innovations. He holds degrees in Physics from Germany and a Master in Mechanical Engineering from Oregon State University / USA. In his more than 30 years of experience in the semiconductor industry, he was granted managing and consulting positions at wafer fabrication, assembly & test, and global supply chains. He is Board member of camLine Holding AG, an IT company providing software for supply and quality chains. He was chairman of the European Leadership Team of the Supply Chain Council and is a past Board Member of APICS SCC. He leads the working group SCM at ZVEI.

Hans teaches Supply Chain Management at Universities and initiates innovative academic curriculums. In 2015, he was awarded with the renowned LEO-Award (Logistics Excellence Optimisation) in the category “Manager” from DVZ Media Group.


Dr. Jonas Moßler
CEO & Co-Founder
SUSI & James GmbH

The Huge Potential of AI Assistants

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  • Customer Interface
  • Voice Interface
  • Call Center
  • Porsche Case Study

Marcel Kling
Director Customer Data & Advanced Analytics
Lufthansa Group

A Beginners guide to get started with AI – Scenarios, Mistakes, Learnings

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A Beginners guide to get started with AI – Scenarios, Mistakes, Learnings

  • How to create positive and significant impacts with AI
  • Which use cases make sense and which don’t?
  • AI journey: start well or mess it up from the very start


Dr. Jochen Gross
Director Data Analytics (CF A IT Audit)
Siemens AG

AI in Audit Management: Technologies - Processes - Structures

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  • Why AI in auditing?
  • Use cases
  • Technology selection
  • Organisational changes
  • Outlook

 
Jan Wiegelmann
Director Data Analytics
Valtech GmbH
  
AI meets Big Data: Pimp Your Data Lake For AI
  
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  • Do more data and CPU power improve models?
  • Building the data center
  • Considerations about a distributed machine learning architecture
  • Use Case: Using AI in developing autonomous vehicles

Dialog Partners (Excerpt)
CompanyRole
Insurance Chamber BavariaHead of Big-Data & Analytics
Infineon Technologies AGLead Principal Supply Chain Management
SUSI & James GmbHCEO & Co-Founder
Lufthansa GroupDirector Customer Data & Advanced Analytics
Siemens AGDirector Data Analytics (CF A IT Audit)
Valtech GmbHDirector Data Analytics
ProSiebenSat.1 Media SEDirector Finance
Group Special Projects Office
Cargill Animal NutritionGlobal Material/Equipment Supply Lead
SMS Digital (SMS Group)Head of Sales
Deutsche Bahn AGIT Strategy Manager, Dept. Architecture and Synergies
Merck KGaAProject Head Innovation Management
Deutsche Telekom AGBusiness Development Europe
Siemens AGProduct Manager & Principal Consultant Digital Business
Porsche Engineering GmbHProduct Manager & Principal Consultant Digital Business
Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AGHead of Corporate Development
HEAG Holding AGBoard Member
DB Systel (Deutsche Bahn)Portfolio Manager
Kühne + NagelSVP Global IT
Vienna Stock ExchangeCOO/CTO (Board Member)
WILO SEDirector Infrastructure Services
WILO SEGroup Director Regional IT-Services
Procter & GambleDirector Manufacturing and Order Management Systems
StihlHead of R&D Electronic
DFS German Aviation SecurityHead of Corporate Development
R+V InsuranceInternal Consultant HR IT and Controlling
AMAG Automobil- und Motoren AGTeam Leader Digital Business Projects
AMAG Automobil- und Motoren AGProject Lead Digital
Union Asset Management Holding AGHead of Accounting
Municipal Utilities Wuppertal GmbHHead of Process Excellence
DATEV eGHead of Projects DATEV Lab
QIAGEN GmbHSenior Algorithm Expert
Innogy SEProduct Owner
Deutsche Bank AGDirector Digital Factory

Program
TimeActivity
8:00Visitor Registration
9:00Opening
9:15A Beginners guide to get started with AI – Scenarios, Mistakes, Learnings
  • How to create positive and significant impacts with AI
  • Which use cases make sense and which don't?
  • AI journey: start well or mess it up from the very start
    Marcel Kling, Director Customer Data & Advanced Analytics, Lufthansa Group
  • 9:50The Huge Potential of AI Assistants
  • Customer Interface
  • Voice Interface
  • Call Center
  • Porsche Case Study
    Dr. Jonas Moßler, CEO & Co-Founder, SUSI & James GmbH
  • 10:25Coffee Break
    10:40Networking Session 1
    • Supplier Meetings
    • One-on-one Leader Meetings
    • Leaders Circle
    one-on-one-meeting
    group meeting
    11:10Networking Session 2
    • Supplier Meetings
    • One-on-one Leader Meetings
    • Leaders Circle
    one-on-one-meeting
    group meeting
    11:40Networking Session 3
    • Supplier Meetings
    • One-on-one Leader Meetings
    • Leaders Circle
    one-on-one-meeting
    group meeting
    12.10Networking Session 4
    • Supplier Meetings
    • One-on-one Leader Meetings
    • Leaders Circle
    one-on-one-meeting
    group meeting
    12:40Lunch with Networking
    13:40AI meets Big Data: Pimp Your Data Lake For AI
  • Do more data and CPU power improve models?
  • Building the data center
  • Considerations about a distributed machine learning architecture
  • Use Case: Using AI in developing autonomous vehicles
    Jan Wiegelmann, Director Data Analytics, Valtech GmbH
  • 14:15Smart Data as Part of an Holistic AI Initiative
  • How relevant is data for digital disruption?
  • Why now for insurance companies?
  • Use cases in the fields of claims and customer support
  • Next steps
    Dr. Shivaji Dasgupta, Head of Big-Data & Analytics, Versicherungskammer Bayern
  • 14:50Networking Session 5
    • Supplier Meetings
    • One-on-one Leader Meetings
    • Leaders Circle
    one-on-one-meeting
    group meeting
    15:20Networking Session 6
    • Supplier Meetings
    • One-on-one Leader Meetings
    • Leaders Circle
    one-on-one-meeting
    group meeting
    15:50Networking Session 7
    • Supplier Meetings
    • One-on-one Leader Meetings
    • Leaders Circle
    one-on-one-meeting
    group meeting
    16:20Networking Session 8
    • Supplier Meetings
    • One-on-one Leader Meetings
    • Leaders Circle
    one-on-one-meeting
    group meeting
    16:50Coffee Break
    17:20AI in Audit Management: Technologies - Processes - Structures
  • Why AI in auditing?
  • Use cases
  • Technology selection
  • Organisational changes
  • Outlook
    Jochen Gross, Director Data Analytics (CF A IT Audit), Siemens AG
  • 17:55AI in Complex Supply Chains
  • The semiconductor industry is challenging - capital intensive, volatile, short product life cycle, complex and long manufacturing process, truly global supply chain
  • Flexibility in the make and in the plan Ppocess enabled by SCOR based processes can be one side of the solution, best-of-breed IT systems with AI elements for decisions, decision support and predictions can be the other side
  • New challenges increase the complexity further and how AI with an ontology based semantic web offers solutions for this challenge
    Hans Ehm, Lead Principal Supply Chain Management, Infineon Technologies AG
  • 18:45Networking Dinner Lounge - Chill Out After an Exciting Day

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    Cintelligence was founded by leading experts for networking and business development events.

    • Our invitation and admissions strategy creates qualified high level experts groups to assure meaningful networking.
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    According to our experiences self service systems do not work properly for high level business networking since decision makers simply don’t have the time and focus outside their core business. This is why we proactively help our customers to find their meeting partners. Our system guarantees maximum networking results in the most efficient way for decision makers.