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May 23 Webinar: How to Consume Your Data for AI

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DATE: May 23, 2018, This webinar has passed. The recording is available On Demand.

TIME: 2 PM Eastern / 11 AM Pacific

PRICE: Free to all attendees

This webinar is sponsored by:

About the Webinar

Smarter businesses apply AI to learn and continuously evolve the way they work. To extract full value from AI, companies need data strategy that gives them access to all their data – no matter where it lives – in an environment that easily scales and applies the latest discovery technology including advanced analytics, visualization and AI. Learn how IBM Watson and Data provides all the tools companies need to embed AI, machine learning and deep learning in their business, while enabling professionals to gain the most from their data to drive smarter business and lead industry-changing transformations.

About the Speaker

Jay Limburn
Distinguished Engineer – Offering Management, Watson Data & AI
JayLimburn.jpgJay Limburn MBCS CITP, is an IBM Distinguished Engineer and Director of Product Management at IBM. Working within the IBM Watson Data & AI organization, Jay is responsible for driving the business and technical strategy for the next generation set of cloud based cognitive governance and data management capabilities to power data science and self service analytics. Jay is an expert in the fields of Data Governance, Data Management and MDM and has worked with some of IBM’s largest clients to define and develop industry leading and innovative solutions. As an IBM Master Inventor Jay holds 17 patents in areas such as machine learning, mobile device interaction and application generation.

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