Earley Information Science to Present at 2017 Mit Sloan Ceo Symposium

2017 MIT Sloan CIO Symposium to Provide Roadmap for the Global CIO Adventure: Seth Earley, CEO of Earley Information Systems, to discuss at the Nation’s Premier CIO Conference on May 24, 2017

Earley Information Science (EIS) today announced that Seth Earley, CEO of EIS will be a speaker at the at the 14th Annual 2017 MIT Sloan CIO Symposium, the nation’s premier CIO conference on May 24, 2017. Earley will be speaking about artificial intelligence (AI) applications that are currently in practice or are imminent. The panel session, entitled “Putting AI to Work,” will also feature speakers from Cogito Corporation, Clearpath, OTTO Motors, and MIT. Earley is one of an elite group of presenters from a wide range of industries participating in the conference.

While the fully autonomous vehicle is the poster child for AI, it is still five or more years out on the horizon. In contrast, many implementations of AI are available today or will be within the next year or so. AI technologies and AI-driven products are enabling new services never possible before, providing deep business intelligence, automating work, and cutting costs. The development and deployment of these systems also raise ethical and regulatory concerns as well as the risk of the displacement of jobs. This panel will focus on how firms are implementing or how they expect to implement AI, including effectiveness, stage of adoption, and benefits, as well as the potential impacts on unemployment and society

The premier conference will bring together more than 800 global CIOs, senior IT executives, technology innovators and MIT academic thought leaders together on the MIT campus in Cambridge, Massachusetts, for a full day of networking, collaboration and discussions around building a digital organization, IT talent management, business leadership and the increasingly important impact technology is having on corporations and society.

More than a dozen keynote presentations and interactive panel discussions tied to this year’s theme “The CIO Adventure: Now, Next and…Beyond” will feature more than 60 business leaders, technology trendsetters, and thought leaders from academia. In addition to “Putting AI to Work,” topics to be addressed during the conference, include:

  • Pathways to Future Ready: The Digital Playbook
  • Preparing for the Future of Work
  • Trusted Data: The Role of Blockchain, Secure Identity, and Encryption
  • Who’s Really Responsible for Technology?
  • Expanding the Reach of Digital Innovation
  • Running IT Like a Factory
  • Navigating the Clouds
  • What Comes After Digital Transformation?
  • You Were Hacked—Now What?
  • Talent Wars in the Digital Age
  • Winning with the Internet of Things
  • The CIO Adventure: Insights from the Leadership Award Finalists
  • Measuring ROI for Cybersecurity: Is It Real or a Mirage?

The MIT Sloan CIO Symposium is co-organized by the MIT Sloan Boston Alumni Association, the MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy (IDE), and the MIT Sloan Center for Information Systems Research (CISR). It will take place from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, May 24, 2017, at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Kresge Auditorium, 48 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA.  To register for the Symposium, please click here.

About the MIT Sloan CIO Symposium
The MIT Sloan CIO Symposium is the premier global conference for CIOs and digital business executives to become more effective leaders. In one day, CIOs and senior IT executives explore enterprise technology innovations, business practices and receive actionable information that enables them to meet the challenges of today and the future. The Symposium offers a unique learning environment by bringing together the academic thought leadership of MIT with the in-the-trenches experience of leading, global CIOs and industry experts. The MIT Sloan CIO Symposium is organized and developed by the MIT Sloan Boston Alumni Association, the MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy (IDE), and the MIT Sloan Center for Information Systems Research (CISR). For more information and to register for this year’s Symposium, visit www.mitcio.com.


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