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Fast-forwarding AI in the data center

Lisa Spelman (Intel)
9:40am–9:55am Tuesday, September 19, 2017
Location: Grand Ballroom B
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Spurred by advances in compute and algorithmic innovation, AI is the next significant evolution in the human experience, transforming businesses and society. Intel is fueling the AI revolution today across the broadest set of use cases, from general purpose machine learning workloads in the data center to deep learning at the edge. Lisa Spelman explains how businesses are already benefiting from the industry’s most flexible and most optimized solutions for AI and how Intel is fostering the continued growth of the AI ecosystem so that you too can fast-forward AI in the data center.

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Lisa Spelman


Lisa A. Spelman is vice president of Intel’s data center group and general manager of Intel Xeon products and data center marketing, where she manages a team that spans product marketing and management for Intel Xeon processors and platforms; outbound activities, including product launches, social media, and go-to-market activities with equipment manufacturers and software vendors; technologies and solutions; and performance marketing. Her team is also responsible for Intel’s data center channel business. Previously, Lisa held a number of positions in Intel’s IT organization, including director of client services, where she led the global team responsible for providing personal productivity tools to Intel employees; served as technical adviser to Intel’s chief information officer; held positions in finance, server product and brand marketing, and sales for a multinational customer account; and worked as a financial analyst supporting Intel’s server business. Lisa holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a concentration in finance and marketing from the University of Washington.