Date | 21 July 2020
Time | 15:00 CEST
AI technologies being developed today will lead to new capabilities tomorrow and enable new business applications the day after.
This webinar will help those looking to harness the power of AI in their business to build successful long-term strategies that scale beyond proof-of-concept to create transformation business impact. Cambridge Consultants joins Nvidia to reveal the next wave of disruptive AI technologies and discuss strategies to progress successful adoption of AI in a variety of sectors.
By attending this webinar you will learn:
- The growth of AI and how AI is affecting various industries
- What is the key to innovating in AI
- How do you move beyond the PoC
Speaker | Tim Ensor, Director of Artificial Intelligence, Cambridge Consultants
Tim is responsible for Cambridge Consultants’ global AI capability. He works with clients across market sectors to help them succeed by identifying, developing and deploying world-changing innovation based on artificial intelligence. Tim has had a string of commercial leadership roles in high-growth technology and consulting businesses. He’s worked globally in fields that include telecoms, energy, consumer goods and logistics.
Speaker | Carlo Ruiz, EMEA Director - AI Data Center Solutions, Services & Operations, NVIDIA
The world of emerging, disruptive technologies has always been a major draw for Carlo. That’s why in 2015 he joined NVIDIA, the pioneer in AI computing. Carlo leads NVIDIA’s Enterprise Services, Operations and Datacenter Solutions. From scientific discoveries to artificial intelligence, modern data centers are key to solving some of the world’s most important challenges. The NVIDIA accelerated computing platforms gives modern data centers the power to accelerate deep learning, machinelearning, and high performance computing workloads. Carlo’s career started off at Compaq as a telecom technology consultant, followed by various sales leadership roles at Hewlett-Packard. Carlo lives in Amsterdam with his wife and 4 children.