The team at the Intelligent Automation Exchange have launched their agenda for this year’s US event. AI and Automation leaders will gather their knowledge and expertise across two days in Fort Lauderdale, Florida this coming March.
The Exchange is an exclusive, invite-only meeting where senior leaders from the US AI and Automation industries take part in think tanks, networking sessions, interactive panel discussions, roundtables, and more with keynote presentations from some of the industry’s thought leaders. This includes eBay’s VP & Chief Architect, Sanjeev Katariya with his opening keynote presentation on ‘How to Take Your AI Platform to Platform Scale’.
This year’s delegates are anticipating another valuable two days, where they will be able to select the solution providers they want to meet with, before the Exchange even takes place. With vendors gearing up to sit down with key decision-makers within the space to discuss implementing their solutions, during meetings which would otherwise be very difficult to set-up. Regarding these intimate meetings, an Executive Director at Merck said there were “great discussions around advanced Automation topics, and good engagement with the vendors on site.”
The hype surrounding this year’s Exchange is already ramping up with the USAA’s Vice President of Operations describing the function as a “great opportunity to learn from peers across industries.” They go on to say that “the quality of experiences and thinking exceeded expectations.”
What’s more, deep-dive strategic conversations will be taking place across the two days which could see further developments with regards to building an AI start up within a bank. Wells Fargo’s Vice President of Artificial Intelligence will be heading up one of these strategic conversations in his plenary presentation on the subject.
The Intelligent Automation Exchange will take place on 3 – 4 March 2020 at the Hilton Marina in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and in order to qualify to attend the event, guests must pass strict qualification criteria in order to validate that they are a senior decision-maker within their organization.