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No technology is having a bigger impact on business than artificial intelligence. Every company understands it offers a competitive advantage, but many are still struggling to employ it at scale, let alone rebuild their business models around it.
As A.I. is beginning to make good on its long-promised potential, the excitement around machine learning makes it hard to separate hype from reality. Talent shortages, lack of data, the inability of companies to share data seamlessly, and a plethora of ethical, moral, and legal issues have all combined to hold the technology back.
Curated by FORTUNE editors, Brainstorm A.I. will cut through the noise and reveal the sector’s immediate opportunities and most pressing challenges. We’ll showcase how enterprises are making the leap from dabbling in A.I. to building a business-wide strategy around it by putting it into the hands of every worker.
From bringing life-saving drugs to market and reimagining the shopping experience to mastering language and generating realistic, but synthetic data, together we will examine how the most powerful and far-reaching technology of our time is changing businesses, transforming society, and impacting our future. Join C-suite executives, leading academics, and prominent policymakers as we assess the industry and examine new business cases for A.I.
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This year’s program, presented in association with Accenture, will feature intimate one-on-one conversations, engaging panel discussions, and lively roundtable sessions–all designed to address how A.I. is changing the ways we do business.
Topics to be discussed include:
- How your organization can use A.I. to scale, increase revenue and grow the bottom line.
- What the mass adoption of A.I. means to your businesses and workers as it becomes a core business competency.
- How companies are redefining how they create, capture, and share value as they put machine learning at the center of their capabilities.
- How will a looming recession and inflation affect AI budgets?
- As companies face numerous tactical and ethical issues, how should A.I. be governed? What could an artificial intelligence Bill of Rights look like?
- How A.I. can improve your supply chain management and is making companies more nimble, cleverer, and leaner. They will also learn what has been the impact of the semiconductor shortage on the spendings and sales of various industries
- Getting the right data is both the most important and the most challenging part of building powerful AI. But what about industries where giant data sets simply don’t exist? How much data is enough? And how is synthetic data transforming the field?
Some argue we’re entering artificial intelligence’s industrial age. Could foundation models become as fundamental as electricity? What kind of predictions can we make today about where A.I. will take us 10 and 20 years from now?
How can we prevent the fear of what we don’t understand to stop the advance of responsible A.I.? Who is going to save us from bad A.I.?
How is A.I. helping enterprises cut costs and grow revenue while supercharging its understanding of what humans want?
How is artificial intelligence transforming the film industry? A conversation with an Oscar nominated technologist on how deep fakes, real-time algorithms, and cutting-edge software will expand our minds, fill our lives with new imagery, and increase storytelling opportunities all at once.
Millions of people around the world rely on AI everyday to make their devices smarter and more useful. Hear how Yael Garten of Apple is helping navigate the complexities of adding A.I to products and her learnings along the way.
One of the world’s most ambitious artificial intelligence labs will present a bespoke demo of DALL-E, the A.I. that draws anything at your command.
As global enterprises ramp up A.I., we will examine the role of C-suites in creating governance around it and managing machine learning as a core business competency. We will explore how one of the world’s largest financial software companies transformed into an A.I.-first financial technology platform, describe how it transformed customer experiences, talk about how they are measuring their evolution, and delve into how leadership thinks about its obligation to scale A.I. responsibly.
In this talk, Kenneth Stanley will make the case that great achievement can't be bottled up into mechanical metrics. He will talk about a surprising scientific discovery in artificial intelligence and explain why, according to his research, the outcomes would be better if we embraced serendipitous discovery and playful creativity.
Satellite and drone imagery, battle plan analysis, self-driving combat vehicles – data is crucial to defense. Governments understand the value and are working with A.I. innovators to unlock its full potential. What can be done to improve the way the data is processed so that critical information can be accessed and analyzed? How is A.I. helping Ukraine’s counter-offensive? And in the race to develop cutting edge military technology, where does the United States stand in the supercomputing competition with China?
Businesses are creating predictive models to decide how much they should buy, where they should be placing inventory, and how they are optimizing their logistics capabilities while cutting costs. In this session, attendees will find out how A.I. is making companies more nimble, cleverer, and leaner.
Retooling a workforce facing a mind-spinning rate of technological change is one of the most relevant questions of our times. Outside of heavy manufacturing work, firms remain keen to hire people. As A.I. advances, what are humans for? And will robots solve labor shortages?
In this session, we will delve into how to shift the focus from big data to good data and the potential to impact bottom lines.
Join Fortune editors and fellow delegates for an intimate and curated dinner at one of San Francisco's finest restaurants, either Mourad or Octavia.
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