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    Ask the Experts: The CIO survival guide: How and Why AI is used in IT

      Today, every CIO is challenged to define how cognitive technologies will impact teams and cultures. CEOs and boards are looking for IT leaders to provide vision, bold thinking, and pragmatic action plans.

       

      We all agree new technologies are disrupting the status quo like nothing we’ve seen in decades. Yet there’s disagreement about how, why, and when to use them.

       

      Join us Tuesday, May 30 at 9:00 AM PST for a discussion about how and why AI and machine learning are changing the nature of work. If you’re a CIO, consider this job security. If you’re an IT leader, consider this an investment in your career. If you’re a technologist, consider this a primer about how and why your role’s about to change… for the better.

       

      Key takeaways:

      • Learn how progressive CIOs are re-tooling, re-staffing, and re-thinking how services are delivered in an age of AI-driven automation.
      • Hear how AI is impacting every aspect of the service lifecycle.
      • Listen to case studies from peers about why the bot apocalypse is science fiction and in reality AI and machine learning are making human agents smarter.

       

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      avatar?a=8868Dan Turchin is the Co-founder and Chief Product Office of Neva, the leading provider of machine learning and natural language processing solutions for customer service and support.Prior to Neva, Dan was Vice President of Product at DevOps leader BigPanda, Chief Product Officer at security analytics company AccelOps (now Fortinet), and a Senior Director of Product Strategy at ServiceNow.

       

      In 2000, Dan co-founded mobile enterprise machine learning company Aeroprise and served as CEO until it was acquired in 2010 by BMC Software. He was also a founding board member at Rhomobile prior to its acquisition by Motorola.

       

      Dan is passionate about building great teams that build great products that solve hard problems that change lives. He's a big fan of Orwell, Dr. Seuss, youth soccer, adventure sports, and Tynker. Dan has BS and BA degrees from Stanford University. Follow Dan on Twitter: @dturchindan@neva.ai    http://neva.ai | @neva_ai