Artificial intelligence is making its mark on every aspect of computing, but we at Gestalt IT are focused on how it impacts enterprise IT. More applications are bringing machine learning capabilities, and companies are looking at deploying their own artificial intelligence applications as well. That’s what AI Field Day is all about, and what we discuss every week on our Utilizing AI podcast. This is also the topic for AI Field Day on Thursday and Friday, May 27 and 28, 2021. Tune in live or watch the recorded videos on our AI Field Day 2 home page!
AI Field Day is broadcast live starting at 8 AM Pacific time on Thursday and Friday. We will have more presentations after this time, going until 11:30 on Thursday and 2:30 on Friday.
We’ll start things out with Scality at 8 AM on Thursday. They recently launched the new Artesca solution in partnership with HPE and this presentation will give more details on how they support AI applications at the edge. Then we will hear from Liqid at 10 AM. They are leaders in composable infrastructure, and this has tremendous relevance for AI applications in the enterprise and the cloud. We will also be recording a Gestalt IT On-Premise Roundtable podcast on Thursday, but you will have to wait a few weeks to watch that episode!
On Friday we will start with BrainChip at 8 AM. Their Akida neural networking processor promises low-power on-chip learning at the edge. Then we have MemVerge presenting at 10:30. Their revolutionary big memory solution brings tremendous advantages in machine learning applications. Finally we will hear from Intel at 1:30. They are reprising their previous AI Field Day appearance with Analytics Zoo and we will also learn more about Katana Graph!
You can learn more about the event and our panel of independent technical influencers by visiting the AI Field Day 2 page on the Tech Field Day website. Each of our delegates has their own blog, podcast, or social media platform where they share their thoughts on enterprise technology from servers to storage to networking and beyond.