SAN JOSE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Artificial Intelligence and machine learning are growing rapidly in the tech industry, and Bay Area non-profit Silicon Valley Forum is pleased to be a part of the conversation with their upcoming half-day conference “AI and the Enterprise: The Future of Smart Software.” The event will be held on February 28th, 2017, at SAP’s campus in Palo Alto, CA.
“It’s a pleasure to be hosting this conference together with our partners at SAP,” said Silicon Valley Forum executive director Denyse Cardozo. “Amazing new innovations are sending AI and deep learning to the forefront of technology, and there are unlimited opportunities for entrepreneurs and investors alike. We’re looking forward to hearing about what’s coming next from the experts who are making it happen.”
Collectible data sees manifold increases each year—the objects we interact with daily are becoming smarter and more connected, and the need for efficient processing is growing. Recent innovations in machine learning have positioned it as an ideal system for the job at hand, and conference attendees will hear a short- and long-range view of AI’s expanding potential in enterprise software. Panelists and presenters will discuss AI’s role in healthcare, financial technology, connected cars, the Internet of Things, and more.
“SAP is excited to be partnering with Silicon Valley Forum on this conference,” said Mark Noronha, Global Lead of Startup Engagement at SAP Startup Focus. “Adding learning capabilities to enterprise software opens up a whole new world of possibilities and exploration—in business and otherwise. We’re looking forward to the discussions and presentations at the conference, as well as a chance to share SAP’s latest innovations in this fast-growing tech vertical.”
“The Future of Smart Software” will commence at 1:00 pm and conclude at 6:00 pm. Conference tickets are available on the event page. Follow Silicon Valley Forum on Twitter @SVForum and hashtag #SVFAI for all the latest conference and speaker updates as they happen. There is also an opportunity for AI startup companies to pitch onstage—click here to apply. Conference partners include SAP, SAP Startup Focus, and Greenberg Traurig LLP.
About Silicon Valley Forum:
At Silicon Valley Forum, we believe in the transformative power of entrepreneurship. We’ve dedicated the last 33 years to helping people learn how to build a business the Silicon Valley way, using creativity, innovation, and technology to change and improve the world. Whether you’re trying to create a company here or build your own Silicon Valley at home, our events and online portal light the way for you to learn and grow as a 21st century entrepreneur.
We work to create successful events, programs, and conferences that inspire and connect technologists, entrepreneurs, corporates, investors, innovation and startup hubs, and students—in Silicon Valley, throughout the U.S., and globally. We organize over 90 different activities per year, connect with over 20,000 entrepreneurs, corporates, and investors, and work with over 20 countries worldwide.
Our partners include global leaders like Accenture, IBM, K&L Gates LLP, Microsoft, and SAP, as well as leading venture capital firms and service providers. Silicon Valley Forum is a fully independent 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization.
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