Special Flight to CIOmove 2019 and exclusive pre-event
1. May, 2019
LH 400 FRA JFK

Lufthansa FlyingLab presents: “Control the Dark Side of AI”

Artificial Intelligence (AI) may make our world a better place – but not by itself. Share your thoughts about AI on LH 400 with IT-experts from around the world. And discuss with them how to avoid the evil side.

The discourse will start on 1 May 2019 on board of LH 400 from Frankfurt to New York. It is the beginning of a global conference called “CIOmove” that brings together Chief Information Officers (CIO) of multinational companies and IT vendors from all continents. This year they will discuss the good examples where AI makes our lives more comfortable. But there's evil, too. This is why we need a discourse on ethics in AI.

Seats in this FlyingLab are limited and available for CIOs only. Ask for a participation here: horst.ellermann@ciomove.com

Learn about TensorFlow

Tutorial

TensorFlow is an open-source software for dataflow programming. It gives you an idea how easy AI can be used by everybody even without having elaborated programming skills. With TensorFlow even a beginner can start machine learning applications. TensorFlow was developed by the Google Brain team that opened it to the public in 2015‍. Accenture used the tool to program a little game for “CIOmove 2019” in which face recognition plays an important role. Learn how the game was created and what is needed to make it run.

The tutorial is accompanied by interviews with:

Professor at Technical University Munich

Helmut Krcmar

„Helmut has been following AI since the 1980s, when he obtained his doctorate at Saarland University under August-Wilhelm Scheer. He is enthusiastic about the growing possibilities in AI, which result from computing power and improved tools. “

AI specialist at Accenture

Natalie Faber

„Natalie is the brain behind the “CIOmove 2019 game”. She will explain the secret recipe of skills, methods and components needed to make the game run at “Kronberg Liquid Studio”.“

Boost your Business with AI

Simulation Game

Accenture has developed a gamified learning experience in which you will need to find AI solutions to potential business problems. In teams of two you will be exploring AI capabilities, AI applications, and how AI is being applied in businesses today. Your task will be to agree on one AI application that you would bet on to tackle the presented business challenges. Business challenges such as how might a retailer increase online store sales? or how might a consumer goods company use real time data within its supply chain? Mid-game you will be switching teams, so you will not only learn about AI but have a chance to get to know other participants. It is a game, however, so there might even be some prizes.

The tutorial is accompanied by interviews with:

Frédéric Brunier

Head of Accenture‘s Business & Technology Strategy practice across industries in the German spoken area

What 1200 Best Cases Can Teach You - The Accenture simulation game may be somewhat presumptuous when it calculates the economic success of new technologies. But what it definitely teaches you is: Here you can find out which technology 1200 companies use that Accenture has helped transform.

Are You the Right Leader to Integrate AI?

Self- Assessment

With the “Langer Maturity Arcs”, CIOs can test which IT management behavior they maintain – and which would be appropriate for their company. This is a good self-assessment to find out whether they are able and have the standing inside the company to implement AI solutions.

The self-assessment is accompanied by a video of:

Art Langer

Professor at Columbia University

Right Leader, Wrong Company - Don't be frustrated if you can't land with your ideas to AI. Maybe your company isn't ready yet. Or you're using the wrong method. Or it's just time to find another job.

Security and Ethics in AI

Interview

Jürgen Pinkl

Senior Managing Director at Accenture

Jürgen is leading Accenture's technology business cross industries in Austria, Switzerland, Germany and Russia. He will talk about training machines in security and ethics.

The FlyingLab will be moderated by Horst Ellermann, Publisher of CIO Magazine
Photocredits:
Pinkl and Faber by Accenture
Rest by David Ausserhofer/CIOmove

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