On November 14th, NEOFACTO will organize an event focusing on real life applications of Artificial Intelligence in business. It will take place at the Boos Café, with several tech experts discussing the latest AI trends.

"Far from the fantasies and surrounded by our customers, we offer to share some lessons learned during an afternoon at Boos Café," explains Laurent Kratz, CEO of NEOFACTO (photo), who continues: "Over the years, we've implemented several AI applications for our clients in Luxembourg. Beyond philosophical thinking, join us to take the lead and prepare yourself to tackle tomorrow’s breakthrough in an efficient and profitable manner".

During the event, several experts will share their best practices and present the AI projects they have been working on, with the support of the NEOFACTO experts. With the participation of Julien Gobbi (Product Owner, Redspher), Yann Florimont (CEO, Flycode), Christophe Atten (Senior Data Scientist, BCEE), Geoffrey Nichil (Data Studio Manager, Foyer), Clément Pavué (Data Scientist, Scorechain) and Laurent Kratz (CEO, NEOFACTO).


The program

• 2:00pm – AI principles, advantages and business cases

• 2:30pm – AI in supply chain, document recognition

• 3:00pm – Data analytics for personalized financial services

• 3:30pm – Break

• 4:00pm – Automatic health reimbursements – Marketing campaigns with machine learning

• 4:30pm – Identification of entities on the Bitcoin Blockchain

• 5:00pm – AI: where to begin, low hanging fruits and quick wins

• 5:30pm – Networking


"Our aim, at NEOFACTO, is to support companies in their digitalization. Navigating between the creativity of startups and the experience of large groups, NEOFACTO has the ability to position itself and adapt to all projects. Guided by our passion for innovation, we support our customers with the goal of pioneering the new technologies and commercial models of tomorrow," concludes Laurent Kratz.


More information and registration: neofacto.com/event/201910/real-life-applications-of-ai-in-luxembourg

Publié le 05 novembre 2019