LONDON – 7 October 2016 – The final day of this year’s IP EXPO Europe began with an educational and inspiring keynote from James Gosling, Chief Software Architect at Liquid Robotics and the creator of programming language Java.
AI was also front of mind for many, providing lively discussion in a number of sessions, notably Guy Caspi’s explanation of deep learning and its application in cyber security.
The Future of the Internet of Things panel, which was one of the most popular sessions of the day, also touched on AI and saw Alicia Asin Perez of Libelium, David Spezia of Tableau, Harvey Lewis of Deloitte MCS and James Hatch of BAE Systems debate how IoT is going to change businesses and what an IoT reality looks like.
A world of open, memory-centric computing was also a point of discussion as Vice-president and Chief Technologist EG EMEA at HPE, David Chalmers, took to the keynote stage. Chalmers focused on computing evolution and the move to fully “software-defined” data centres, introducing HPE’s The Machine and addressing the slowing down of Moore’s Law.
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