Speaker's Sneak Peek #BAS20
Europe’s leading conference on big data and AI on 1 & 2 April 2020, with over 10.000 participants, plays a key role in the digitisation of Europe’s industries. The Big-Data.AI Summit 2020 offers an ideal environment for international experts from the data driven economy to share ideas and visions with some of Germany’s leading
We combine 45 hours of keynotes for deep insights with our smart matchmaking system for exclusive connections. The Summit focuses on the most important topics related to the key areas Big Picture, Industries and Society.
Have a sneak peek of the first experts in these areas:
Sarah Al-Hussaini is Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer of Ultimate.ai, the leading European provider of customer service automation solutions, powered by artificial intelligence. Ultimate.ai has
Prof. Dr. Danko Nikolic
Danko Nikolić is an expert both in
Jakob Uszkoreit wrote his Master’s Thesis in Computer Science at the Berlin Institute of Technology. Since 2008, he is Software Engineer at Google Inc. and now he researches novel neural network architectures and training paradigms as leader of the Google AI Brain team. One day, he seeks to enable maschines understand the world much deeper and interacht with humans in much more seamless ways.
Dr. Carol Wildhagen
As a medical doctor, CEO and
Thomas Hahn has been Chief Expert Software at Siemens AG since 2011.
John Miller received his degree in Government from Hamilton College, summa cum laude, and a Juris Doctor from the University of Wisconsin Law School. At the Information Technology Industry Council (ITI), he is vice president of policy and senior counsel and leads ITI’s Trust Data and Technology policy team, driving ITI’s strategy and advocacy on cybersecurity.
Dr. Nuria Oliver
Nuria Oliver is a Fellow at the Spanish Royal Academy of Engineering, Chief Data Scientist at Data-Pop Alliance and Chief Scientific Advisor to the Vodafone Institute. With a PhD from MIT, she is an expert in Artificial Intelligence, ubiquitous computing and the use of Big Data for Social Good. She was the first female Scientific Director at Telefonica (2007-2016) and first Director of Research in Data Science at Vodafone (2017-2019).
Ronja Kemmer has been