TECH 2019 AI Summit ends in San Francisco

TECH

2019 AI Summit ends in San Francisco

Xinhua

07:38, September 28, 2019

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A staff member of Lenovo Group presents artificial intelligence (AI) products at the San Francisco AI Summit in San Francisco, the United States, Sept. 25, 2019. (Photo: Xinhua)

SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 26 (Xinhua) -- The two-day 2019 AI Summit San Francisco ended here Thursday as world-leading companies and industrial leaders shared their visions on the transformational impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on many industries.

More than 250 AI experts, scholars and senior executives from top companies such as Google, International Business Machines (IBM), Facebook Inc., Samsung and Amazon spoke at the event on frontline AI technology, its trending development and future deployment and application.

This year's summit focused on AI development, machine learning, AI-related moral questions and responsibility, data talents training, and customer relationship consolidation during dozens of seminars and discussions.

More than 200 enterprises showcased their latest AI technology and deployment, including China's leading PC giant Lenovo Group, which set up a multi-media display booth to exhibit its AI solutions including Smart IoT, Smart Verticals and Smart Infrastructure, as well as its deployment of AI technology in face recognition, deep learning and natural language processing.

JDA Software Group, Inc., an American software company on supply chain management, which is one of the winners of AIconics Awards at this year's summit, exhibited its AI application in accurate business decision-making and solutions to AI-driven supply chain management.

"Our JDA Luminate solutions are powered by Blue Yonder's AI algorithms, which helps predict and prevent supply chain, merchandising and other disruptions before they occur," said Kevin Iaquinto, chief marketing officer at JDA.

The San Francisco AI Summit drew over 6,000 attendees and more than 200 exhibitors from over 120 countries and regions in the world.


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