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New York, NY

How AI produces high-impact business outcomes in the finance, manufacturing, travel, transportation, and pharmaceutical industries (sponsored by Teradata)

Chad Meley (Teradata)
11:05am–11:45am Wednesday, May 2, 2018
Location: Morgan
Average rating: ****.
(4.83, 6 ratings)

What you'll learn

  • Explore real-world client engagements using deep learning


While it may be easy to dismiss many current AI use cases as moonshots, publicity stunts, or edge use cases, deep learning can be applied to core strategic initiatives across many verticals. In fact, AI has already begun to demonstrate its value in large enterprises, even outside of Silicon Valley and other West Coast digital giants. Fortune 500 companies in industries like finance, manufacturing, travel, transportation, and pharmaceuticals have begun to leverage its power. Chad Meley shares insights from real-world client engagements using deep learning.

This session is sponsored by Teradata.

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Chad Meley


Chad Meley is vice president of marketing at Teradata, where he is responsible for Teradata’s analytical ecosystem and artificial intelligence products and solutions. Chad understands trends in the analytics and big data space and leads a team of technology specialists who interpret the needs and expectations of customers while also working with Teradata engineers, consulting teams, and technology partners. Previously, he led Electronic Arts’s Data Platform organization, which supported game development, finance, and marketing, and held a variety of other leadership roles at Dell and FedEx centered around data and analytics. He has been recognize with the Best Practice Award for Driving Business Results in Data Warehousing from the Data Warehouse Institute, the Marketing Excellence Award from the Direct Marketing Association, and the Marketing Gold Award from MarketingSherpa. Chad is a regular speaker at conferences, including the O’Reilly AI Conference, Strata, DataWorks, and Teradata Partners. He holds a BA in economics from the University of Texas and an MBA from Texas Tech University and performed postgraduate work at the University of Texas.