Infosys Topaz Being AI First

Infosys Topaz Being AI-first MADISON SQUARE GARDEN AND WORLD TRADE CENTER, New York City, Sep 7, 2023

Gathering the experts in AI – especially generative AI – and its applications to throw light on AI's growing business impact, and ways to manage the challenges around it. Discussions, debates and an evening of networking – coming together to work for you at the World Trade Center and Madison Square Garden in New York City.

Co-presented by AWS


Accelerating your AI-first Journey

Finding ways to bring the power of AI, analytics, and cloud to accelerate your enterprise transformation. Finding paths to build incremental value from micro-changes that improve client experience, bring new efficiencies to business processes, and boost productivity. All this, while ensuring uncompromising ethics, trust, privacy and compliance, and security of data and AI. Let's talk about how we make it all possible at Infosys Topaz Thinking AI-first.


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Join The Eagles in the group’s final tour - The Long Goodbye. Relive live – the legends, and their country-tinged rock hits that took the world by storm in the 1970s - "Hotel California", "Life in the Fast Lane", and more. This promises to be an unforgettable evening of evergreen music and nostalgia, as only the Eagles can create. What better way to etch this summer in your mind forever!


Madison Square Garden, opened in 1879, is an iconic cultural hub in NYC. As the "Coolest Arena" in the US, it hosts historic live performances, legendary concerts, and unforgettable sporting events. The Garden is the preferred venue for athletes and performers worldwide and continues to offer countless live experiences for generations to come, including NBA basketball, professional boxing, and live performances.

The World Trade Center, or Freedom Tower, opened in 2014, is a towering symbol of resilience in downtown Manhattan. Standing at 1,776 feet tall, it is the Western Hemisphere's tallest building. Its architectural style blends classic and modern design, creating a stunning and timeless visual masterpiece in tribute to the victims of 9/11.