In April, FORTUNE will focus on the newest phase in the artificial intelligence revolution: we’ve now entered the age of implementation. A.I. is no longer just a futuristic concept. Companies around the globe are streamlining, speeding up, error-proofing and otherwise reinventing their daily operations with the help of this versatile tool. Join us at FORTUNE Brainstorm A.I., April 27-28, 2020, in Boston. Click here to register.
Though the capabilities and limitations of A.I. are not yet fully understood, companies large and small aren’t waiting to test it out. At some point, virtually every industry will be affected by A.I.’s unrelenting momentum.
Are you ready?
Join us to explore how your company can most effectively move forward with an A.I. strategy. You’ll meet other c-suite executives who are facing the same challenges. You’ll find out what the biggest tech companies are already doing and why those applications may or may not help your business down the road. You’ll explore the ethical boundaries as well–what it means for human workers and what applications will improve the business operations you are responsible for.
Already confirmed speakers include: Cyan Bannister, Partner, The Founders Fund; Cathy Bessant, Chief Operations and Technology Officer, Bank of America; Sunil Dhaliwal, General Partner, Amplify Partners; Nicole Eagan, CEO, Darktrace; Rana El-Kaliouby, CEO, Affectiva; Sanjeev Katariya, Vice President and Chief Architect, eBay AI and Platform, eBay; Daniel Guillory, Head of Diversity and Inclusion, DropBox; Barbara Humpton, U.S CEO, Siemens; Eugene Izhikevich, Co-founder, Chairman, and CEO, Brain Corp; Melanie Kalmar, Chief Information and Digital Officer, Dow; Michael Kratsios, United States Chief Technology Officer; Gary Marcus, Founder and CEO, Robust. AI, and Professor of Psychology, NYU; Andrew Ng, Founder and CEO, Landing AI; Ronald Sandler, Professor of Philosophy, Chair of the Department of Philosophy and Religion, and Director of the Ethics Institute at Northeastern University; Julie Shah, Associate Professor, Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab, MIT; Elizabeth Stone, Vice President, Science, Lyft; Frans van Houten, CEO, Royal Philips NV
You’ll walk away with deeper knowledge, a broader perspective and a better sense of what A.I. can really mean for your company… and how to best deploy it.