14.30 Welcome & Registration
15.00 Introduction by Peter Vermeylen, Chairman CIOforum & Corporate IT Director Ardena
15.15 Opening Keynote – Deevid De Meyer, Digital [email protected] You
16.00 5 Break-out Sessions of 25 min including short break
1.Deep Learning-enabled AI helps keep shoplifters out by Nancy Flinterman, Supermarket Manager Albert-Heijn Peeters-Govers Turnova and Pieter Hermans, Managing Partner of DNCS
2. AI: Trust me if you dare, by Clovis Six, CEO BloomUp, Mattias De Groe, CCO Omina Technologies, and Lisa van der Aa, Customer Success Manager Omina Technologies
Across all industries, there is a shift toward automated, more personalized and continuous service, with much greater impact. But to make this shift a reality, it requires data, and increasingly personal and sensitive data as well, taking into account privacy laws, preferences and user trust. The latter is extremely complex, causing many innovations to fail or not even get started. On top of that, many companies lack the resources to build and maintain AI solutions. In the future, it is crucial that business leaders and experts can also easily translate their business objectives and requirements into the AI solution.
The solution to this tension between innovation and privacy legislation lies in the use of trustworthy and privacy-respecting AI. The case study will show this!
3. How AI disruption impacts businesses by Bart Vandenreijt, Chief Data & Analytics Officer – Member Executive committee at Partenamut (enabled by Micropole BeLux)
4. Always On: a disruptive re-think of service resilience and reliability by Hendrik Devos, Technical Sales Leader Kyndryl Belgium and Luxembourg
5. The Smart and Automated Brussels Metro network is the lifeblood of the city, by MIVB and Alex Bosmans, Country Manager BeLux Extreme Networks
18.15 Closing Keynote – Bart Van den Bosch, CIO UZ Leuven
18.55 Closing by Peter Vermeylen
19.00 Networking opportunity accompanied by food & drinks
21.00 End of Event