Speaker "Sudha Jamthe" Details Back



Keynote: Big Data Disruption in the world of Autonomous Vehicles and AI


Big Data is the fuel that powers growth in all industries with petabytes of data promising billions of revenues. Driverless cars are estimated to bring revenues of $42 Billion by 2021 and AI is to grow the economy by 1.7% across 17 industries by 2035. Machine Learning and Deep Learning have the potential to create a cascade of disruptions across multiple industries. Come find out how big data disruptions create business disruptions from AI and Autonomous Vehicles. The driverless cars will have to share the road with human drivers who drive with complex social nuances of communications such as honking, nodding, waving at fellow drivers and pedestrians. How will the Car AI has to adapt this communication? How will it accelerate the Cognitive IoT development of city infrastructure and Wearables on human drivers and pedestrians? Come learn about the business transformation of Automotive, Transportation, Logistics, Supply Chain, Medical and more Industries from this AI disruption.


Sudha Jamthe is the CEO of and a globally recognized entrepreneurial, thought leader at the junction of IoT and AI. She brings twenty years of digital transformation experience from building organizations, shaping new technology ecosystems and mentoring leaders at eBay, PayPal, Harcourt, and GTE. She enjoys building partnerships at the cross-section of industry, academia and emerging entrepreneur ecosystems. She advises corporate and city leaders on regional economic development using technology with a focus on innovation gaps and social equality. She is the author of '2030 The Driverless World' about the junction of Autonomous cars and Cognitive IoT. She is the author of three IoT books, 'IoT Disruptions,' 'IoT Disruptions 2020' and 'The Internet of Things Business Primer' and taught the first IoT Business course at Stanford Continuing Ed School. She is the producer of 'The IoT Show' on YouTube. Sudha is a champion for STEM programs and 'Girls Who Code,' and hosts mentor programs for kids. She has been a venture mentor at MIT and Director at Bay Area Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Google+ Meetups. As a respected Technology Futurist, she actively contributes to TechCrunch, Mashable, GigaOm, Venturebeat and blogs at HuffingtonPost. She serves as the chair of the strategic advisory of Barcelona Technology School and sits on the IEEE Global Initiative on ethical considerations on the fail-safe development of autonomous and intelligent systems committee and the Deans Advisory for Northwestern Polytechnic University School of Engineering. She has an MBA from Boston University.