What is Fierce AI Week?

 Virtual event running live August 10-12 and on demand for 3 months following
 Dozens of speakers from multiple industries defining their approach to applying AI ​

 Each day will feature tracks dedicated Life Sciences, Telecom, Electronics and Healthcare​

 Each session will discuss, debate & define AI strategy & execution​

 Gathering of AI professionals hungry to understand solutions & outcomes

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What to Expect at Fierce AI Week

Join 3000+ buyers, architects and strategists ​

 Chief Technology, Architecture & Information Services  ​
 Machine Learning & Data Science Directors ​​

 CMO, CEO, CFO and other executive managers defining AI strategy & automation​​

 Channel Partners: VARs, Agents, Systems Integrators and agencies ​

 Industries: Pharmaceutical, Manufacturing, Telecommunications & Healthcare​
 Investors: Angel, VC, PE and other investors interested in the AI category​

What Topics will be Covered?

Life Sciences Track: High-tech pandemic: How researchers are using AI to track down potential COVID-19 treatments
 Life Sciences Track: From chatbots to predictive analytics, how pharma marketers can AI to build patient connections
 Life Sciences Track: Putting AI to the test in clinical trials 
 Healthcare Track: Unexpected ways AI is transforming the delivery of care 
 Healthcare Track: How combining forces with big tech and traditional healthcare is unleashing the power of AI 
 Healthcare Track: What payers should know about how AI can change their business

Telecom Track: AI for Customer Experience 
 Telecom Track: The Intelligent Edge 
 Telecom Track: Network Automation 
Engineering AI Track: AI in Consumer Electronics and Appliances 
 Engineering AI Track: AI in Industrial and Manufacturing 
 Engineering AI Track: AI in Autonomous Technologies

A Letter from our Executive Producer, John Siefert

From a novelty to an enabler of business, customer & process value:
It is time to be Fierce about the application of AI ​

Remember when Watson outplayed two humans on Jeopardy or the first time Amazon sent a “recommended for you” product pitch?  These early demonstrations of Artificial Intelligence were priming the world for what the technology would become: A new way of discovering, identifying, automating and learning how to drive new levels of business, customer and process value out of organizations, both big and small. ​

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