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Altair Announces Future .AI Virtual Event

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Altair Announces Future .AI Virtual Event

Tech company Altair is hosting a three-day virtual event called Future .AI to showcase advances in analytics and artificial intelligence that solve challenges faced by government agencies and companies in manufacturing, banking, financial services and health care.

Future .AI is scheduled for June 15 to 17 and will feature keynote presentations, fireside chats, industry case studies, breakout sessions and panel discussions. The online event is intended for scientists, engineers, business teams and creative thinkers who are utilizing data analytics and AI for improved business results, Altair said.

Participants will hear from speakers from NVIDIA, Oracle, Intel, Google, Microsoft, Rolls-Royce, HSBC, Jaguar Land Rover, FlexTrade, KLA, BreakForth, Mabe and Meyers Constructors.

The first day includes discussions about the role of AI in building a data-powered organization, key factors to successful adoption of AI strategy and the future of AI in product design.

On the second day, participants will hear talks about accelerating innovation and fostering a data-driven culture, augmenting decision making with AI, enhancing robotic process automation investments and harvesting engineering knowledge from consumer generated data.

The final day will explore the future of AI in retail, the use of data analytics solutions for mortgage portfolios and the concept of AI-powered design.

According to James Scapa, founder and chief executive officer of Altair, Future .AI will give business leaders insights that can be applied to their organizations regardless of where they are in their digital transformation journey.

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Category: Digital Modernization

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