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Tune Into the Very First AI Field Day Nov 18-20, 2020

AI Field Day will hit your screens on November 18, 2020, at 8 am (PT). This, the very first Artificial Intelligence Field Day from us here at Gestalt IT, will focus on the brave new AI world developing around us, from analytics and business intelligence to areas we haven’t even thought about yet. Like our new Utilizing AI podcast and video series, AI Field Day is all about practical uses of technology in business.

Gestalt IT’s very first AI Field Day runs from November 18-20, 2020.

As AI becomes more accessible to all, enterprises throughout the world are adopting new data technologies. Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) can now prevent industrial accidents. The world of digital transformation is changing the way everyone works and plays. In every area of enterprise infrastructure, AI is revolutionizing IT. 

AI Field Day will connect independent technologists with the latest developments from companies building and applying AI and ML to IT infrastructure. Many of the delegates at the first AI Field Day event have backgrounds in cloud, networking, security, mobility, and storage, but have come to see AI as the future of their field.

We welcome the following delegates:

Aruba, Brainchip, Cisco, Intel, Juniper Mist AI, Red Hat, VAST Data, and MemVerge will present their AI solutions and get real-time, uncensored feedback on their market solutions from our delegate AI experts live at the virtual event.

The event kicks off at 0800 (PT) on Wednesday, November 18, 2020, and runs to Friday, November 20 at 0900 (PT). Check the AI Field Day website for a full schedule, and join on Twitter using hashtag #AIFD1.

A Field Day is an evolution of our earlier Data Field Day and connects with Cloud Field DayNetworking Field Day, and other Tech Field Day events.

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Gestalt IT’s resident Word Nerd, Georgina is a writer and editor with over a decade working in the tech space. She can be found musing about Colorado mountain life and all things Gestalt IT Tech on Twitter at @gcford

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