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Cognitive Computing

Mercoledi 4 febbraio 2015 - dalle 17:30 alle 19:30 

Partecipazione è gratuita, anche via Web

Tramite il Cognitive Computing gli utenti dei sistemi informatici potranno interagire con i computer in modo molto più immediato e naturale sfruttando anche la loro capacità di imparare dall’esperienza.

I principali vantaggi si avranno in tutti quei campi dove è necessario elaborare grandi quantità di dati, disponibili anche in formati non omogenei tra loro e dunque difficilmente “digeribili” dalle applicazioni informatiche tradizionali.

ll GdL IT Systems Architect, con il patrocinio di AICA, e ClubTI, organizza il seminario sul tema del Cognitive Computing. 

Interverranno il Direttore del Programma Watson (fino al successo del 2011) ed esperti di primarie aziende impegnate nelle applicazioni di Cognitive Computing:

Roberto Sicconi 
TeleLingo CTO and co-founder

Cognitive Computing, la grande sfida tra uomo e macchina, senza vinti ne' vincitori

Abstract:
Con Watson IBM ha contribuito a risvegliare l'interesse nell'Intelligenza Artificiale, dimostrando come sistemi di elaborazioni di dati non strutturati di enormi dimensioni possono finalmente complementare con efficacia capacita' decisionali finora affidate ad esperienza ed intuito di esperti umani. Il miglioramento inarrestabile delle prestazioni delle macchine in attivita' affidate in un passato non lontano esclusivamente all'intelletto umano, richiede di rivedere in modo critico la divisione dei ruoli e di reinventare il concetto di educazione delle nuove generazioni"


Pietro Leo (intervento in teleconferenza) 
IBM Italy CTO Big Data Analytics & Watson

From Big Data to Cognitive Computing - How Digital Transformation is changing our ways to work and interact with machines


Enrico Salvatori
HP EMEA Big Data Business Consultant


Human Information, a priority for Enterprises and Public Sector - How to Analyze and extract value from all un‐structured information

Abstract:
Ogni giorno un enorme volume di dati viene prodotto e consumato: e-mail, testi, video, social media, transazioni su internet, posts su Facebook, video provenienti da telecamere di monitoraggio e sicurezza, sono solo alcuni dei possibili formati di dati, strutturati e non, che sono generati e dei quali diventa sempre più complesso gestire il valore informativo contenuto al loro interno.





I relatori:


Roberto Sicconi 
TeleLingo CTO and co-founder

Roberto Sicconi dedicated his life to “reinventing” human-machine interactions. He explored creative integration of silicon technology, signal processing, communication protocols, distributed-computing, intelligent dialog management. Goal: make information access intuitively available anytime, anywhere, via human-friendly interfaces on mobile and wearable devices.

In Italy, he managed speech recognition, image processing, satellite Internet data broadcasting, cryptographic systems, portable videoconferencing at the IBM Multimedia Development Lab. In 1998 he moved to IBM Research in the US to manage development of advanced conversational and multimodal user interfaces for Smartphones, SetTopBoxes and cars.

In 2009 he joined the IBM Watson team as Program Director to develop the system that competed at the Jeopardy! challenge in 2011 (and won). He then led application-oriented research projects targeting differential diagnosis in Healthcare, technical support for agents in Contact Centers, Customer technical support in Financial Services.

In 2013 he left IBM and co-founded TeleLingo to advance learning by leveraging cloud, high-quality mobile videoconferencing and AI-assisted feedback of students' performance. Goal: create next-generation personalized tutoring and mentoring services.



Pietro Leo
IBM Executive Architect
IBM Italy CTO Big Data Analytics & Watson
Global Technology Programme Manager - IBM Academy of Technology

Pietro Leo is an IT solution MAKER that enjoyed to work for 22 years in the data analytics area. He currently works for IBM as Executive Architect and acting as the IBM Italy CTO for Big Data Analytics and Watson. He enjoys to be the key technical actor of the system of engagement IBM Italy is running in this area. Served as technical leader and data scientist in a number of analytics projects whose overall effort size can be content on over 150 years/man, working both at the national and international levels. 

At the same time he served also as scientific responsible in a number of applied research initiatives funded from European Union as well as from Italian Government on innovative areas collaborating with tens of research teams. 

Received more than a dozen of IBM special awards for high technical achievements including also the mention into the IBM Corporate Technical Award Book 2010 and 2013 editions that includes all top technical performers and scientists of IBM at worldwide level. I

nvited speaker in Industrial and Scientific Conferences as well as member of Scientific Committees of Scientific and Technical Conferences. He is author or co-author of about 70 scientific/technical publications for Journals and/or presented during National and International Conferences, including two books edited by IBM Redbook organization.

Twitter: @pieroleo – Linked IN: www.linkedin.com/in/pieroleo



Enrico Salvatori
HP EMEA Big Data Business Consultant

Enrico Salvatori is part of the EMEA Big Data Organization as Business Consultant and Subject Matter Expert in “Security and Surveillance” and “Smart Cities” for Europe, Middle East and Africa Region. His role is to help Top Enterprises and Public Agencies/Organizations to leverage the usage of HP Big Data solutions on their Big data initiatives providing Best Practices and specific Market solutions. 

He is acting as a link from Customers and Product Management in order to develop the products roadmap. He uses to be speaker in public events and conferences across EMEA and contribute to the HP Big Data Newsletter. 

During his 25 years’ experience he has been Qualified Testimonial at Luiss Business School on 2012 and 2013 HP Software Champion on 2012. 

He was Consulting Manager for Iberia, France, Italy, Middle East & Africa within HP Software Professional Services organization.







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