This year’s Big Data and AI Toronto conference and expo, held virtually Oct 13-14, will provide attendees with a 360° view of the industry through a unique 4-in-1 experience: Artificial intelligence, big data, cloud, and cybersecurity.
Since 2016, Big Data and AI Toronto has been providing a unique platform for IT decision-makers and data innovators to explore and discuss insights, showcase the latest innovative projects, and connect with other data and analytics professionals.
This year’s conference and expo, held virtually on October 13-14, 2021, will provide attendees with a 360° view of the industry through a unique 4-in-1 experience: Artificial intelligence, big data, cloud, and cybersecurity.
- Network with attendees from over 30 countries and connect with like-minded professionals
- Livestream 70+ hours of content via 3 public tracks and 3 conference tracks
- 100+ speakers from the likes of Facebook, Netflix, Google, Samsung, Databricks, Scotiabank
- Meet 20 of the industry’s leading solution providers at the Expo such as Dataiku, IBM, SAS
- Discover the current state of technologies and solutions via Demo sessions
Managers, directors, VPs, CXOs, data scientists, technologists from over 35 countries will be in attendance this October. They work at companies like IBM, Microsoft, Apple, Accenture, Toyota, GM, Google, Deloitte, TD Bank, Manulife, CIBC, RBC, Leo Burnett, Home Depot, Scotiabank, Telus, HSBC…
- Leveraging AI to enhance human creativity – Domhnaill Hernon, Global Lead Humanizing Enterprise Technology at EY
- Not all data is created equal – Alexandra Panousis, CEO and Chair at Dentsu Media Canada
- Scaling Analytics & AI, It’s mostly about culture – Jaime Tatis, VP, Data Strategy & Enablement at Telus
- AI and its social impact – Anne-Marie Croce, Chief Innovator, Customer Experience Transformation and Innovation at The City of Toronto
- Modern AI 1980-2021 and beyond – Jürgen Schmidhuber, Co-Founder & Chief Scientist at NNAISENSE
- Solving the biggest media and advertising challenges – Sonia Carreno, President at IAB Canada
Most attendees will have access to the free expo (3 public tracks, 6 free conference sessions, 50+ speakers, 20 exhibitors), or can buy a conference pass, giving the access to an extra 3 conference tracks.
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