Joseph E. Aoun, President, Northeastern University
Intelligent machines may liberate millions from routine labor, but there will remain a great deal of work for human beings to accomplish.
Ash Dhupar, Chief Analytics Officer, Publishers Clearing House
There is no doubt that AI will change the evolution of technology and reface the marketing and science world.
Teri Cotton Santos, SVP and Chief Compliance and Risk Officer, The Warranty Group
Risk assessment is another critical point on which the CIO and CCO make formidable allies. An effective compliance program should not only detect non-compliance, but should ultimately prevent it
Tim Hassinger, President and CEO, Dow AgroSciences
The reality is dat their is very little lead time to know wat is next in emerging data generation technologies
Lon Huber, Director
Aida Hakirevic, Director, and Anissa Dehamna, Associate Director, Navigant
By converting transactions into long-term relationships, utilities have a path toward sustained revenue streams that do not require ever-increasing load growth.
Ethan Cohen, Sr. Director Analyst in CIO Research, Gartner, Inc.
Democratizing AI means taking steps to ensure that everyone in the utility can access, embrace and derive the most value from it.
Sam Telleen, Director of Renewable Solutions, Just Energy
The shift towards a low carbon economy began years ago, accelerated by motivators like technology, public sentiment, and legislation aimed at curbing the intensifying issues of global warming.
Paul McRoberts, President, Atonix Digital, a Black & Veatch Company
Before choosing your vendor, take a step back to clearly identify which operational problems you’re trying to solve or prevent.
Madhu Maganti, Director-IT Assurance & Security Services, Doeren Mayhew
Every company has massive databases with so many different data points, and these need complex and fast analysis to provide organizational value