ThoughtWorks Live India 2018: ThoughtWorks has concluded its India chapter of ThoughtWorks Live 2018 in Bengaluru on 29 November.
ThoughtWorks has concluded its India chapter of ThoughtWorks Live 2018 in Bengaluru on 29 November. With the current year’s subject being AI-Guided Digital Business, the platform saw driving industry voices share bits of knowledge and encounters of how to fabricate an AI-first culture, navigate data deluge and measure accomplishment in digital transformation ventures.
The event facilitated decision-makers, industry specialists and thought pioneers to examine and ideate on driving the AI-guided upheaval and the requirement for associations to realign structures and innovation platforms to stay aware of the most recent progressions. Remarking on the event, Sudhir Tiwari and Sameer Soman, MDs – India, ThoughtWorks said, “AI is a progressive tech that is set to affect mankind by breathing life into innovative peculiarity. An AI-first methodology is more pertinent today than any time in recent memory as a result of simple access to broad figure control, overpowering data, associated frameworks, and propelled calculations. Given the potential outcomes of what AI could do, we have to guarantee that AI is comprehensive, fair-minded and ethical. Be that as it may, it needs persistence. AI has far to go before we understand the full degree of AI advancements.”
The event saw a participation of 123 members and some prestigious people as key speakers – Jaspreet Bindra – Digital Transformation Advisor to ThoughtWorks, Crystal Widjaja – Senior VP – Business Intelligence, Go-Jek, Deepak Sharma, Chief Digital Officer, Kotak Mahindra Bank, Dr. Shailesh Kumar – Chief Data Scientist, Reliance Jio and Javagal Srinath – Former Indian cricketer, ICC match referee shared their knowledge and expertise on stage.