Intelligent Automation Bootcamp Canada 2020

27 - 29 May, 2020 | Toronto, Canada

Main Conference: Day Two

Main Conference: Day Two

8:15 am - 8:45 am Registration & Breakfast

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Steven James Wilson

VP, Information Systems & Information Technology
Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital

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Josué Batista

Managing Director
Josué Batista Managing Director and Co-Founder - Pittsburgh CDX International Speaker and creator of "What and Why First" Pittsburgh CDX

9:15 am - 10:00 am Case Study: Using IA to Compliment Your Existing Workforce: Digitally Upskilling your Staff

Ajinkya Kulkarni - Senior Director, Data Science at Scale, DN, RBC (Royal Bank of Canada)
CASE STUDY: USING IA TO COMPLIMENT YOUR EXISTING WORKFORCE: DIGITALLY UPSKILLING YOUR STAFF
While the Canadian market is investing in emerging technologies, many are not managing the risk associated with these technologies. In this session you will learn
how one company managed the talent risk by successfully retraining their staff allowing them to be ready for the ever changing digital landscape, therefore propelling
the business forward.
Attracting and retaining talent
Creating a culture of innovation
Preparing yourself for natural attrition
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Ajinkya Kulkarni

Senior Director
Data Science at Scale, DN, RBC (Royal Bank of Canada)

10:00 am - 10:45 am Responsible AI: Before You Buy AI, Test the Underlying Model(s)

Tanya Taylor - Business Manager of Global Technology & Operations Procurement, Bank of America
Do you realize that AI has models that need to be validated before you use it in a production environment? Artificial intelligence technologies can generate false
conclusions based on flawed or partial data, which will lead to ‘garbage in, garbage out’. Many buyers research the AI technology and competitive landscape, but fewer
buyers understand the models that power the AI. In this session you will learn about the following:
What is a model in an AI technology and why it is important?
Why model validation and inventory management is important prior to using the AI in a production environment
How human biases can appear in AI
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Tanya Taylor

Business Manager of Global Technology & Operations Procurement
Bank of America

10:45 am - 11:05 am Morning Coffee & Refreshment Break

11:05 am - 11:50 am How safe are your bots? Securing the Enterprise While Successfully Automating the Enterprise

Roderick Kaleho - Director Security & Risk, Cargill
In the past companies have only had to secure the enterprise with regards to humans accessing the data. In this session we will assess the common mistakes companies
make with regards to security and how you can make sure it doesn’t happen to you.
Assessing the basic security risks with regards to RPA
Examining how risk complexity levels change as you become more advanced in your IA Capability
What does Bots accessing data mean for the enterprise?
How to implement bot multi-factor authentication (MFA)
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Roderick Kaleho

Director Security & Risk
Cargill

What Does the Future Hold for Intelligent Automation?

In this panel we will hear from executives currently working within Intelligent Automation on where the industry is now and predictions for the future.
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Francesco Corea

Tech Evangelist
Axilo

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Jekaterina Novikova PhD

Director of Machine Learning
WinterLight Labs

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Sung Kim

Senior Manager, Smart Process Automation
BMO Financial

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Yuri Lawryshyn

Associate Professor
University of Toronto

12:40 pm - 1:25 pm Networking Luncheon

Interactive Discussion Groups

1:25 pm - 2:45 pm IDG 1: “DESKTOP AUTOMATION - EMPOWERING YOUR WORKERS”?

Ned Marks - Senior Sales Manager, Softmotive
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Ned Marks

Senior Sales Manager
Softmotive

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Josué Batista

Managing Director
Josué Batista Managing Director and Co-Founder - Pittsburgh CDX International Speaker and creator of "What and Why First" Pittsburgh CDX

1:25 pm - 2:45 pm IDG 3: Automated Reporting Improving Efficacy with the help of Robotics

Tanya Taylor - Business Manager of Global Technology & Operations Procurement, Bank of America
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Tanya Taylor

Business Manager of Global Technology & Operations Procurement
Bank of America

1:25 pm - 2:45 pm IDG 4: Vendor Selection RECAP WHAT TO ASK BEFORE YOU BUY

Mathieu Rebeiro - Director Automation, Enterprise Operations, T&O, Royal Bank of Canada (RBC)
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Mathieu Rebeiro

Director Automation, Enterprise Operations, T&O
Royal Bank of Canada (RBC)

2:45 pm - 3:30 pm Quantifying Value - Business Applications for your Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence

Ebram Ayad - Senior Manager, Robotic Automation & AI Initiatives, Royal Bank of Canada (RBC)
As many companies begin to adapt AI and Machine learning the focus is mostly put on the technical side of implementation. In this session you will hear from someone
on the business application side of AI & Machine learning. What are the actual problems Machine Learning solve and how can AI aid the problems many businesses face?
What’s the difference between AI & Machine Learning?
What business value does ML provide in the first place?
How to effectively Measure and Manage risks and can you afford them?
What do you need to have ready to start tapping into the value of AI?
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Ebram Ayad

Senior Manager, Robotic Automation & AI Initiatives
Royal Bank of Canada (RBC)

Science fiction often becomes science fact. The thought of autonomous self-learning machines like in the Terminator movies (less than ideal outcome) or Data from
Star Trek (more of what we desire) has fascinated humans for years and shown up in everything from comic books to sci-fi novels to movies and more. The question
then is how do we get there from here? Like the IoT explosion of a few years ago and the impacts we are seeing today through new products and services, we must
understand what the enterprise data architecture needs to be to support real-time autonomous non-cog automation using RPA, ML, and self-evolving AI. Hear some
stories of one person’s journey through algorithm based AI from the 90’s to today, examples of implementations will be shared in banking, stock market, energy, and
healthcare that all come down to one common concept: the required data architecture to do this well and to support autonomous everything.
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Steven James Wilson

VP, Information Systems & Information Technology
Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital

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Josué Batista

Managing Director
Josué Batista Managing Director and Co-Founder - Pittsburgh CDX International Speaker and creator of "What and Why First" Pittsburgh CDX

4:20 pm - 4:30 pm GRAB A SNACK AND EXCHANGE LAST MINUTE BUSINESS CARDS!



Conference Adjourns—see you next year!

Afternoon Grab-and-Go Refreshments Break

Conference Adjourns - see you next year!