After significant technology advancements, organizations are starting to use AI towards concrete business outcomes. While over 90% executives have plans to adopt AI in their businesses, only 18% are confident of it translating to a P&L impact. The need of the hour is realizing real world business benefits and generating measurable monetary impact from AI initiatives. This requires a transformative change across the way organizations think of business models, business strategy, value chains and ways of working enabled by technology and business interventions. In this talk, Prashanth Kaddi, Partner at Deloitte, will present his perspective on how organizations can achieve it and their experiences in helping organizations in this journey.
The health care industry is striving to put the consumer at the center of the ecosystem and find affordable ways to offer more access, choice and control. The possibilities unleashed by digital technologies such as AI, wearables, IoT, 5G and genomics are enabling new ways of thinking and new inventions that can increase mobility and convenience. Consumerism, continuous care and care at home will be the future of health care delivery. In this session we look at how digital health solutions can bring these three together and make the health system work better for everyone.
According to recent reports by BCG, 1.6 billion tons of food worth about $1.2 trillion are lost or go to waste—one-third of the total amount of food produced globally. $460B/year is waste/loss from Storage to the Distribution value chain. The problem continues to scale yearly, and worldwide hunger and poverty remain at bay.
In current turbulent times mired in diminishing skills longevity, Businesses and their L & D are collaborating to
future-proof their organizations. A wholesome learning & development for employees at all levels of the talent
pyramid ranks high on the enterprise agenda.
Join this keynote featuring Minaxi Indra (President, upGrad for Business) and Moytreyee Konwar (Vice President,
Products and Programs, upGrad for Business) for practical insights on implementing a reflective business
outcomes-oriented Learning and Development Strategy driven by business practices.
Google has been at the forefront of leveraging machine learning across all its consumer apps. This is something perhaps everyone attending knows and has experienced. This talk aims to inspire the audience with the number of areas google is looking to solve for using deep learning. The talk also covers how being true to its mission statement of making that knowledge accessible and useful providing access to the innovation via its open source contributions and enterprise grade cloud platform
Technology has been a major part of cricket. It has helped the management strategies and player selection, identifying their flaws and improving the game. In this discussion, India’s former cricket captain, Kapil Dev, will talk about the use of data and analytics in cricket, share some past experiences, difficulties, and learnings as to how he used data during his cricketing career, how it has changed/transformed over the years, and also give us insights as to what is being used currently.
Dev is one of the successful captains of Indian cricket history, who led his team to win its first-ever World Cup in 1983, held in England. The recent biopic of his ‘83’ captures this. This discussion will also touch upon his learnings over the years, leadership style, success mantra, and more.
Panel to address the following –
a) Criticality and importance – impact on the client value creation
b) Domain knowledge – a foundational & integral part of Data Analytics capability development across management levels
c) Challenges at play – for the business and the learning function
d) Industry best practices
e) Way forward