EVENT

Sept. 24-26

2018 Executive Symposium on Intelligent Automation

1500 Orange Ave. | Coronado, CA


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Overview


As electricity did over 100 years ago, the spectrum of artificial intelligence technologies is rewriting the rules and enabling society to transform. From government to business operations, science to healthcare, and customer service and privacy to cybersecurity, every part of our world is changing.  KPMG hosted our 4th annual Executive Symposium to bring together clients, business leaders, visionaries, economists, analysts, and leading technologists to discuss new ideas and opportunities, and debate the future of our automated world.

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COMING SOON: details on our 2019 Symposium. If you’re interested in attending or speaking, please reach out here. Topics to include Intelligent Automation, Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain and more. 

 

Highlights from the 2018 Symposium on Intelligent Automation

As electricity did over 100 years ago, the spectrum of artificial intelligence technologies is rewriting the rules and enabling society to transform. From government to business operations, science to healthcare, customer service and privacy, to cybersecurity, every part of our world is changing.

At KPMG's recent 2018 Executive Symposium on Intelligent Automation, over 250 forward-thinking clients, business leaders, visionaries, economists, analysts and leading technologists met to discuss new ideas and opportunities, and debate the future of our automated world. Watch this highlight reel to get a glimpse.


Humans – Be Free

The availability of machine-readable data, cheap computing and artificial intelligence is empowering the workforce, enabling people to perform at different levels in ways that will transform the way we all work and live. KPMG’s video: Humans – Be Free looks at the convergence of these technologies and illustrates the viewpoint that these will ‘free’ humans from repetitive and mundane work, enabling greater innovation.

Ready, set, fail?

KPMG recently undertook a study to understand the reasons for and implications of deploying IA and what it takes to scale. KPMG professionals interviewed executives from numerous industries and geographies worldwide about their experiences with deployment and their perspectives on the future. Most emphasized that IA is poised to digitally transform their industries and impact their employees' roles.

Content

Welcome

Reimagining work in a time of unprecedented change

State of the Nation

Exponential organizations

Addressing automation anxiety

  • Panel | Big promises, big results? Deriving the value from Intelligent Automation
    Presentation video
  • Panel | AI for good:  Governance, compliance, controls, and censorship
    Presentation video

The next 10 years?

Workforce 2030

The contents of each presentation is owned by the presenter and their company. Reuse of any text, video or image is only permitted with consent from the presenter and their company. 

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Speakers

Leonard Brody

Leonard Brody

Venture capitalist, author and media commentator,

Marc Wilson

Marc Wilson

Founder, Appian

Shail Khiyara

Shail Khiyara

Chief Marketing & Experience Officer, Blue Prism

Karen Ruiz

Karen Ruiz

CIO, Covered California

Bob Nahmias

Bob Nahmias

President and CEO, Shibumi

Salim Ismail

Salim Ismail

Serial entrepreneur, angel investor, author, speaker,

Salah Khawaja

Salah Khawaja

Managing Director, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Loretta Cheung

Loretta Cheung

Head of Enterprise Data Management and BI Governance, Toyota Financial Services

Steve Barlock

Steve Barlock

Principal, Advisory, KPMG (US)

+1 415-963-7025
Mike DiClaudio

Mike DiClaudio

Principal, People & Change, KPMG (US)

+1 313-230-3120
Cliff Justice

Cliff Justice

U.S. Leader, Intelligent Automation, KPMG (US)

+1 713-319-2781
Todd Lohr

Todd Lohr

Principal, Intelligent Automation Leader, KPMG (US)

+1 215-300-4600
Martin Sokalski

Martin Sokalski

Principal, Emerging Technology Risk, KPMG (US)

+1 312-665-4937
Miriam Hernandez-Kakol

Miriam Hernandez-Kakol

Principal, Customer & Operations Lead, KPMP LLP

+1 973-912-6227
Beth Smith

Beth Smith

General Manager, IBM Watson AI

Mike Gilfix

Mike Gilfix

VP, Digital Business Automation, IBM Watson

Andrew Nusca

Andrew Nusca

Digital Editor, Fortune

Phil Fersht

Phil Fersht

Founder and CEO, HFS Research

Adam Sharp

Adam Sharp

Global Lead, Office for Intelligent Automation, Cigna

Josh Condie

Josh Condie

Director, Partner Technology Strategist Team, Microsoft

Todd Oulton

Todd Oulton

Vice President, Automation Center of Excellence, American Express

Mikey Kindler

Mikey Kindler

Head of Enterprise Operations, Google Advanced Solutions Lab

Scott Emigh

Scott Emigh

CTO, Microsoft US One Commercial Partner

Bill Cline

Bill Cline

Principal, Financial Services Lead, KPMG (US)

+1 704-335-5552
Traci Gusher-Thomas

Traci Gusher-Thomas

Principal, Data & Analytics and AI, KPMG (US)

+1 267-256-1617
Constance Hunter

Constance Hunter

Chief Economist, KPMG (US)

+1 212-954-3396
Vinodh Swaminathan

Vinodh Swaminathan

Principal, Innovation & Enterprise Solutions, KPMG (US)

+1 203-940-1284
Brad Fisher

Brad Fisher

Partner, Data & Analytics Lead, KPMG (US)

+1 212-909-5498
Kirke Everson

Kirke Everson

Principal, Federal Advisory, KPMG (US)

+1 703-286-8106

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