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Make Data Work
September 26–27, 2016: Training
September 27–29, 2016: Tutorials & Conference
New York, NY

Future-proofing BI: An unexpected journey to leverage in-chip analytics in the IoT and AI

11:20am–12:00pm Wednesday, 09/28/2016
Sponsored
Location: 1B 03/04
Average rating: ****.
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What you'll learn

  • Discover how in-chip analytics can take business intelligence to the next level using new IoT and AI technologies
  • Description

    In-chip analytics blasted onto the scene a few years back, impressing companies with its ability to significantly impact how companies handle complex data (both large and disparate) with less hardware while eliminating the data preparation nightmare. But the real impact of in-chip analytics is only now being realized as companies exploit in-chip’s extensibility, scaleability, and flexibility to take business intelligence to the next level with new IoT and AI technologies. Guy Levy-Yurista explains the unexpected consequences of making big data processing significantly more agile than ever before and the impact it’s having on human insight consumption.

    This session is sponsored by Sisense.

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    Guy Levy-Yurista, PhD

    Sisense

    Guy Levy-Yurista is the head of product at Sisense. Guy specializes in commercializing advanced technologies in dynamic market environments, drawing on a unique mix of skills acquired over 25 years of experience in startup, venture capital, and Fortune 500 environments. Previously, Guy served as the executive vice president for the Usher Mobile Identity program with MicroStrategy, where he productized and launched a powerful identity intelligence tool; was the CTO for AirPatrol; was part of the executive team that sold an MDM company to McAfee; and led multiple teams at AOL and several startups. An experienced entrepreneur and venture capitalist, Guy holds a PhD degree in physics from the Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovot, Israel, and an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.