At a pace, digital technology is claiming industries for a luminous stake in the future to realize and offer futuristic solutions for human advancement; there’s no better time to realize it now and mainly at the Digital Innovation Virtual Conference 2020.
Scheduled for Nov 5, 2020, the Digital Innovation Virtual Conference 2020, #IDC2020 presents an incredible lineup of immersive tracks in Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning, Internet of Things, Cybersecurity, Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality, & Enterprise Analytics across healthcare/life sciences, government, insurance/finance, academia, engineering/automotive, and technology.
The Digital Innovation Virtual Conference 2020, #IDC2020, previously an Indiana based technology summit, has bypassed the challenges of COVID19 to bring together leading entrepreneurs, technologists, scientists, researchers, genome coders & digital engineers, and other high performing enterprise analytics professionals.
Students of advanced tech learning and professionals worldwide now have the opportunity to take part in this rich digital conference from the comfort of their home to pursue great exchange, intake, and assimilation of technological practices prested by global thought-leaders and forerunning organizations.
Some of the event’s spectacular sponsors include Eli Lilly and Company, Cummins Inc., Roche, Salesforce, Indiana Biosciences Research Institute, Phoenix Data Corporation, KSM Consulting, Clear Object, Accenture, Butler University, Tableau, Celonis, SkillDemand, Dynatrace, and RADcube.
For example, we learn about Cybersecurity without knowledge of the day-to-day engagement and delivery from a Chief Information Security Officer. To gain exposure, professionals invest substantially in the ed-tech sector to feed their inquiry into digital developments and practices with no substantial access to the green room of thought-leaders practicing advanced branches of Industry 4.0 technologies from the seed hour to implementation, monitoring, and continual improvement.
The Digital Innovation Virtual Conference 2020, #IDC2020, is that opportunity for the curious seekers of technology ranging from aspiring to mid-career professionals gain access to that green room. Its exclusive lineup of speakers are practitioners of the force that tell us of optimism and impact.
With an emphasis on the representation of women-in-leadership, the notable speakers of the event will deliver on Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning, Internet of Things, Cyber Security, Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality, & Enterprise Analytics across healthcare/life sciences, government, insurance/finance, academia, engineering/automotive, and technology. The top brass includes:
Bill Russell, Chief Information Security Officer, Cummins Inc
Purnima Kuchikulla, Director of Customer Success, Privacera
AI/ML & Quantum Computing
Sara Robinson, Developer Advocate, Google
Mehmet M. Dalkilic, Associate Professor, Indiana University
Amrutha Wheeler, Data Scientist, KSM Consulting
Kevin Cusimano, Director of Business and Clinical Intelligence, Decision Support & Analytics, Indiana University Health – Information Services
David L. Leach, Executive Director of Analytics & Artificial Intelligence, Cummins
Mo Shakouri, Silicon Valley Innovator and Investor, Joint Venture Silicon Valley, Dir Community Broadband, Joint Venture
Dan DeAlmeida, Director of Product Management, LabVoice
Dr. Noel Hopkins, Head of Customer Success at ClearObject, Clear Object
Kulsoom Abdullah, Data Scientist Consultant, RADCube
Digital Innovation/New Technologies
Deepika Vuppalanchi, Ph.D., Senior Medical Director, Precision Value Health
Chris Baddeley, Manager, Services Solutions, CAS Services
Chris Barbosky, Director, CAS Services
Timothy J. Dwyer, Vice President, Assistant Treasurer, Nationwide
Jeremy Terbush, Data Analytics, Purdue University
Colin Stauffer, Director of Data and Development Services, KSM Consulting
Stuart Rabinowitz, CTO, Phoenix Data Corporation
Dr. Caleb A. Class, Assistant Professor, Butler University
Dr. Katy Börner, Data Analytics, Indiana University
Internet Of Things (IoT)
Eric Charran, Chief Architect, Microsoft
Shubham Jain, Director and Business Head, RADcube
Kaitlin Reimann, Americas Transformation Lead, Google
Kris Cherukuri, Director Enterprise Systems, Sysmex America Inc
Vanessa Williams, Cloud Architect, SaaS, Indiana Office of Technology
Jonathan Adams, President, SALIX Data
Scot MacTaggart, Veteran Consultant, EagleDream Technologies
Melanie Fitzpatrick, Digital-First Transformation, CPA Global
Crystal G. Morrison, Ph.D., Founder & CEO, EverRise
Jonathan Klinginsmith, Director – IDS, Eli Lilly and Company
Adam West, Director, Research Data Sciences and Engineering, Eli Lilly and Company
James Tristan Rimell, Research Data Programmer, Eli Lilly and Company
Vinny Romano, Advisor – Data Operations Research Information and Digital Solutions, Eli Lilly and Company
Yue Webster, Director of Translational Informatics, Eli Lilly and Company
Naveed Shaikh, Advisor – AI/ML Platforms, Eli Lilly and Company
Executive Leadership Panel
Sameer Kazi, CEO, Cheetah Digital
Brian Sommer, President, TechVentive
Gurpreet Singh, Partner, PwC US Health Services Sector Leader, PwC
Mike Meadows, Executive in Residence (Moderator), TechPoint
Kevin Jones, Chief Information Officer, Indiana Department of Child Services
Dr. Karthik Kannan, Howatt Chaired Professor and Director, Krenicki Center for Business Analytics and Machine Learning, Purdue University
Dr. Kelly M. Credille, Research Fellow, Diagnostic and Experimental Pathology, Eli Lilly and Company
Thomas Fuchs, Founder and Chief Scientific Officer, Paige
Professionals in data sciences and analytics must consider registering for the event here with no second thought. It is not about listening to a host of speakers running miles on their tracks but experiential knowledge sharing at a ground level, which inevitably guarantees rich human connection and interactive participation taking one beyond the limitations of their daily work-from-home commitment to respective organizations.
To make this invitation to attend the Digital Innovation Virtual Conference 2020, an unputdownable offer, the cost to attend considers the tough times we are navigating. Hence, affordability is suited to organizations keen to sponsor independent or a group of their future leaders, and individuals who do can sponsor their learning goals without organizational dependency.