Preparing for IoT - What Architects and Developers need to know for real world projects by Barry O'Reilly Beyond the hype curves and estimating the numbers of devices in the future, real world IoT projects are steadily providing results for customers all over the world. This session aims to give an overview of what Business
IoT from the Systems POV by Alexander Samarin Internet of Things is one of the essential technologies right now. IoT uses many existing and emerging information technologies, and IoT serves a lot of new exciting applications for healthcare, smart home, smart cities and smart manufacturing. Therefore IoT must be considered an a system which perfectly
Designing to Manage Risk in Connected Everything by Wayne Anderson As more and more low-compute devices provide data that was kinetic but inaccessible in yesterday’s industry, we face a new challenge: how to accomplish business operations, realizing new value – while not also greatly increasing risk. Learn more about approaches to design and apply
Machine Learning by Krishnapriyan Sridharan Over his career spanning 19 years, Krishnapriyan Sridharan has focused on providing Technology Leadership & Strategic Direction, and Business / Technology architecture Consulting to Organization across multiple business domains. Most recently, he’s been helping a major Healthcare provider in transforming the IT infrastructure to a Digital Enterprise. Krishnapriyan Sridharan
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by Bhagvan Kommadi The machine learning based algorithm uses various factors like relationship manager,age, preferences and social media postings. The semantic analysis is used for analyzing unstructured data from the social media postings. The structured data analysis uses regression, classification and clustering methods.
by Brent Jackson This is an introduction to Machine Learning and the impact it is having on business and technology today.
by Mark Montgomery This talk is based on two decades of R&D in AI systems, including several years in exploring use cases with management teams in global companies. Highlights of the talk include: Governance within the confines of applicable laws: Physics, economics and governments Benefits of a unified network architecture: Interoperability, scalability and ROI Quick
By Adj. Prof. Giuseppe Mascarella & Jacek Laskowski Apache Spark 2.0 and Scala have been designed to build mission critical applications that address the needs of processing distributed etherogenus data sets. For architects, Spark integrates Data Warehouse and Development domains, it can handle 100X faster the multi-node multi-threaded computing needs of demanding scenarios. In this session