CIO East Africa to host the 3rd annual IoT & AI Summit in Nairobi

Laura Chite, CEO, CIO East Africa kickstarts a CEO Roundtable Session at a past event

When businesses across the world are rapidly leveraging the Internet-of-Things (IoT) to create new networks of products and services, which open up new business opportunities and create new business models, CIO East Africa is committed to host the 2nd regional IoT & AI Summit in Nairobi.

Slated on the 22nd and 23rd August 2019 at the Radisson Blu Hotel, the summit intended to draw regional players in the IoT and AI industry is lined to have an inspiring agenda cocktailed with keynotes, panel discussions, demo sessions and workshops spanning technical, business and legal aspects of IoT, AI and related technologies.

While lauding the summit, Laura Chite, CEO CIO East Africa said; “For companies to realize the full potential of IoT enabling, they need to combine it with rapidly-advancing Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies, which enable ‘smart machines’ to simulate intelligent behavior and make well- informed decisions with little or no human intervention.

Broadly, the goal of the Summit is to provide a forum where technology buyers, senior IT professionals and technology service providers, IoT and AI experts and vendors share the current state of adoption of IoT and AI technologies, what their future trajectories are, the current trends and strategies being deployed and the impact these technologies have on business activities.

For more details on how to participate as a partner, click on this link .

Laura continued that over the coming years, ongoing advances in AI will have profound impact on business operations and strategies in virtually every industry.

Talks and workshops will cover the topics like; IoT and Smart Cities, Neuromorphic Computing, Autonomous Mobility, Robots and Automation, Quantum Computing and IoT and AI Use-cases among others whence a delegation of over 150 top tier industry players like CEOs, CIOs and IT Directors, Chief Data Officers and Heads of Business among others shall attend.

Integrating AI into IoT networks is becoming a prerequisite for success in today’s digital ecosystem and businesses must move rapidly to identify how to drive value from combining AI and IoT.

Be sure to take part at the summit by clicking on the link below


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