IoT Slam Live 2017 Session Abstract:
Driverless cars are estimated to bring revenues of $42 Billion by 2021, the magical year when top automakers have promised to launch a driverless car for consumers. The driverless cars will have to share the road with human drivers who drive with complex social nuances of communications such as honking, nodding, waving at fellow drivers and pedestrians. How will the Car AI has to adapt this communication? How will it accelerate the Cognitive IoT development of city infrastructure and Wearables on human drivers and pedestrians? Join this session to find out about the business transformation of Automotive, Transportation, Logistics, Supply Chain, Medical and more Industries from this AI disruption.
CEO IoT Disruptions
Sudha Jamthe is the CEO of IoT Disruptions and an entrepreneurial mobile product leader with 20+ years experience building Consumer Mobile and eCommerce Products for Business Growth. She is the author of the book IoT Disruptions and the upcoming new book “The Internet of Things Business Primer”. She hosts a weekly show called “The IoT Show” on YouTube and is an instructor at Stanford Continuing Ed School for the class Building a Successful Business with Mobile and Internet of Things.
Sudha is a champion for Girls Who Code and hosts mentor programs for kids at Devcamps and hackathons. She believes that coding is a fundamental skill similar to reading for the future and inspires kids to learn coding with educational programs in schools and corporate partnerships. She has been a venture mentor at MIT and Director at Bay Area Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Google+ Meetups. She writes for TechCrunch, Mashable, GigaOm and Venturebeat as a respected technology futurist. You can always find her latest opinions at coolastory.com, LinkedIn Pulse, Periscope and @sujamthe. She is an advisor for Blockchain University and Barcelona Technology School.
Sudha Jamthe is the author of “2030 The Driverless World: Business Transformation from Autonomous Vehicles” and 3 IoT books. She teaches IoT Business at Stanford Continuing studies and aspires to bring Cognitive IoT and Autonomous Vehicles together.
End-User, Government, Enterprise, Small / Medium Enterprise, OEM
Autonomous Vehicles, Automotive, Transportation, Self-Driving Car, AI, Cognitive IoT, Smart City, Affective Computing.
CxO, VP / Director, Middle Management, Business Line Management, Operations
Consumer, Government / Public Sector, Automotive
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