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Purposeful A.I. for The Enterprise

发布日期:2016-05-25

TOPIC: Purposeful A.I. for The Enterprise
SPEAKER: Vishal Sikka (Chief Executive Officer of Infosys) Knippenberg
TIME: 13:30 May 26, 2016
PLACE: Room 307, Huixian Building



ABSTRACT:
Dr. Sikka will give a speech on bringing knowledge-based A.I. to Enterprise, that is to bring machine learning together with the deep knowledge of an organization to drive automation and innovation. This enables businesses to continuously reinvent their system landscapes, and dramatically lowers the cost of maintenance for both physical and digital assets. It captures the knowledge and know-how of people across fragmented and complex systems, and simplifies the continuous renovation of core business processes. It also enables businesses to bring new, delightful user experiences leveraging state-of-the-art technology.




BIO:
Dr. Vishal Sikka is Chief Executive Officer of Infosys. Infosys is a global leader in consulting, technology, outsourcing and next-generation services. With US$ 9.5 billion in LTM revenues and 194,000+ employees, Infosys helps enterprises transform and thrive in a changing world through strategic consulting, operational leadership, and the co-creation of breakthrough solutions, including those in mobility, sustainability, big data, and cloud computing.

Dr. Sikka joined Infosys in 2014 to help transform the company during a time of significant change in the services industry. Since joining Infosys, Dr. Sikka has implemented a strategy of helping clients renew their existing IT landscapes, and at the same time bring breakthrough innovation non-disruptively. In addition, Dr. Sikka has created a strong focus on learning and education within Infosys and with clients. Prior to joining Infosys, Dr. Sikka was a member of the Executive Board of SAP SE, leading all products and technologies, including all of product development, and driving innovation globally.

Dr. Sikka received his BS in Computer Science from Syracuse University. He holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Stanford University.