2019 Robotics Process and Intelligent Automation Conference

June 10-12, 2019 | Malaysia

According to Software Testing and Big Data Hadoop, approximately 10% to 20% of human work hours are being consumed with mundane, manual, and repetitive activities. If these mundane tasks were automated, McKinsey & Company estimates a potential saving between $5 trillion to $7 trillion in the economy by 2025. With a potential ROI of 30% to 200% in just the first year of an RPA implementation, more and more companies are starting to explore RPA as an accurate way to deal with operational challenges. Organizations at the forefront of ‘innovations’ will automate now while others will slowly follow as the technology matures.

Spotlight

Blockchain technology turned 10 years old in February 2019. Despite its evolution over this time, one key question still persists: Is blockchain technology revolutionizing production in ways that create value for the global economy? Let’s look at the data—at present, the assets managed on blockchains (referred to as ‘on-chain’) are basically a variety of coins/digital currencies, with a total market value of about $150 billion USD. Assets in these chains are generally characterized by high volatility and strong speculation, and fail to provide benefits for the global economy. In fact, since Satoshi Nakamoto, people have wanted to make these ‘coins’ a payment currency, but as of now they primarily serve as digital currencies and do not play a traditional currency role. A digital currency is more of a name than an actual operating currency itself.


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ScaleUp 360° Big Data, the digital summit

April 6-7, 2022 | Germany

Welcome to ScaleUp 360° Big Data, the digital summit for specialists in the fields of data analytics, machine learning & AI, data literacy and data science from German-speaking industry. Experience 2-day virtual sessions from big data specialists on strategies and successful projects in the context of smart data and data analytics.

Big Data World Congress

March 2-3, 2022 | UK

Big Data World Congress will gather together the professionals and experts in this sector who will talk about the betterment of the current situation of this sector. The professionals will discuss the current situation, innovations in market strategies, infrastructures of Big Data. The professionals will share their ideas and strategies among themselves. The freshers are going to be very benefited by the valuable comments of the experts and the solution provided by them of the common problems. This platform is going to cover vast areas.

Data Reliability Engineering Conference 2021

December 14, 2021 | UK

Data has become a core competitive advantage for modern organizations — making data reliability more important than ever. Driven by this growing need, the tools, techniques, and best practices for keeping data fresh, accurate, reliable, and trustworthy are rapidly evolving. This renaissance for data tools and best practices is changing the game up and down the entire data stack. To unlock the full potential of their organization’s data, every organization needs to take an engineering approach to data reliability.

Data Science Salon

February 16, 2022 | USA

Data Science Salon will unite the brightest leaders in finance and technology across the nation in data science fields. It is the only industry conference that brings together specialists in the finance and technology data science fields to educate each other, illuminate best practices, and innovate new solutions in a casual atmosphere. Get the most current state of current industry trends and innovations in AI and ML in the Enterprise through DSS podcasts, exclusive content, Webinars, and Live Training.

Spotlight

Blockchain technology turned 10 years old in February 2019. Despite its evolution over this time, one key question still persists: Is blockchain technology revolutionizing production in ways that create value for the global economy? Let’s look at the data—at present, the assets managed on blockchains (referred to as ‘on-chain’) are basically a variety of coins/digital currencies, with a total market value of about $150 billion USD. Assets in these chains are generally characterized by high volatility and strong speculation, and fail to provide benefits for the global economy. In fact, since Satoshi Nakamoto, people have wanted to make these ‘coins’ a payment currency, but as of now they primarily serve as digital currencies and do not play a traditional currency role. A digital currency is more of a name than an actual operating currency itself.

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