HAINA Big Data & AI Open Session (July 22, 2019)

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Date of event: 22 July 2019
Event ends: 22 July 2019
Start time: 11:00
End time: 14:00
Price: Free
HAINA Big Data & AI Open Session (July 22, 2019)

Big data provides a fuller picture. It allows organisations to understand the people they serve, choose better strategies, allocate their resources more effectively and operate smarter. One challenge can be gathering the necessary skills together to equip the existing workforce with the technical knowhow needed to harness analytics and data for business benefits.

Artificial intelligence (AI) is not new. It has been around for decades. However, due to greater processing speeds and access to vast amounts of rich data, AI is beginning to take root in our everyday lives. From natural language generation and voice or image recognition to predictive analytics, machine learning and driverless cars, AI systems have applications in many areas. These technologies are critical to bringing about innovation, providing new business opportunities and reshaping the way companies operate.

In this open session, the speaker will deliver a brief introduction of Big Data as well as Huawei Big Data Solution with a successful business case to illustrate how Big Data can help with today’s businesses. He also will discuss the role and contributions of Huawei on the area of Big Data and AI enterprise solutions. A brief introduction of HCIA-AI training course will then be provided, followed by explaining how to obtain a HCIA-Big Data certificate and a work placement opportunity in Huawei UK Office.

We offer two time slots of open sessions. Please feel free to join the one which suits your time.

G27 in EDITH-MORLEY 11:00-11:45 July 22, 2019 ticket booking here.

G27 in EDITH-MORLEY 13:00-13:45 July 22, 2019 ticket booking here.

For further information, please feel free to contact haina@reading.ac.uk or via our website.

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If you have any queries please contact the HAINA Professional Development Manager, Jin Jin by email at Jin.Jin@henley.ac.uk or by phone on 01183788873.

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