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Big Data & AI Toronto returns for its 4th year

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The annual two-day conference and expo is the largest event of its kind

The Big Data and AI Toronto Conference and Expo returns on June 12 and 13, 2019 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Over 5000 attendees will take advantage of an expanded exhibition floor and new conference tracks tailored to both Big Data and AI professionals. With over 150 expert speakers and 90 sponsoring brands, the conference will address today’s leading topics in data science, analytics and machine learning.

Carole Piovesan (L), Suzanne Morin (R) at Big Data Toronto 2018 (CNW Group/Corp Agency)

Big Data and AI Toronto 2019 will feature four conference tracks (two in AI and two in Big Data) accessible to conference pass holders and three expo stages open to all attendees. During two days of case studies, demos and panels, the event will provide professionals the tools they need to enhance the way their businesses engage with Big Data and AI.

Sessions include:

Opening Keynote: AI and Everyday Life – Mohak Shah, VP – AI And Machine Learning – LG Electronics


Immersive Experiences in Healthcare – Dr. Suraj Kapa, Director, AR/VR Innovation – Mayo Clinic

The Rise of the Digital Twin – Russell Irving, Chief Engineer & Digital Twin General Manager – GE Global Research

Big Data on the Edge: Real Time Analytics – Irene Zaguskin, Chief Information Officer and CISO – Enercare Inc.

Eugene Wen (L), Patrick McCleary (R) at Big Data Toronto 2019 (CNW Group/Corp Agency)

From solving data-driven business challenges to helping business leaders navigate the latest machine learning tools, Big Data and AI Toronto gives attendees a 360-degree view of the industry’s current trends. The conference enables them to discover and leverage the power of big data and artificial intelligence in their own work, and the expo initiates vital one-on-one connections with those already working in new technology.




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