Business users, decision-makers and experts in predictive analytics will meet on 11-12 May 2020 in Munich to discover and discuss the latest trends and technologies in machine and deep learning for the era of Internet of Things and artificial intelligence. Where AI meets IoT.Data and analytics are the two sides of the same coin, the same goes for IoT and AI.Without artificial intelligence the gigantic amounts of sensor data produced by the Internet of Things devices will be worthless because humans won’t be able to analyze it. Without the Internet of Things, the artificial intelligences would lack of training data for the machine learning algorithms and the predictions and recommendations generated by the algorithms wouldn’t reach the devices. To realize the vision of smart devices, smart factories or even smart cities, we need smart algorithms to solve the challenges specific to industry 4.0 analytics and we need smart data scientists who combine analytical expertise with industry domain knowledge. For this reason, we invite you to take part in this extraordinary event. Together, let us translate the vision of an Industry 4.0 into action. Hot topics on the 2020 Agenda:- Data and AI - the "New Oil" or rather "Dangerous Asbestos"?- How Edge Analytics can Accelerate the Sucess of Your Predictive Analytics Project- Beyond the Data LAb: Advanced Analytics at Continental Tire- Finding the Right Machine Learning Method for Predictive Maintenance- Fingerprinting Trainsform Rail Vibration with Deep Learning- Quantum Machine Learning using IBM QX- Transforming Field Services with Artificial Intelligence at Hobart Services- Engineering Meta-Opimisation Techniques in Logistics URL: Tickets https://go.evvnt.com/562936-2?pid=5569 Prices:Early Bird (Ends: Friday, Feb 14, 2020): EUR 895.00,Full Price (Ends: Friday, Mar 27, 2020): EUR 995.00,Pre-Conference (Ends: Friday, May 8, 2020): EUR 1095.00,Onsite Price: EUR 1195.00. Time: 9:00 am to 6:00 pm. Venue details: Holiday Inn Munich - City Centre, 3 Hochstraße, München, Bayern, 81669, Germany.