Infosys @ The Panasia Gallery, Promenade 91, Davos Platz
Jan 22, Tuesday, 6:45 to 8:00
Every contemporary business is looking to adapt to increasingly digital market environments.
We want to share with you the learning we have from having led digital transformation programs across the globe. We also want to invite your thoughts on the valuable lessons we learned from the recent study we conducted that tracks companies that are growing in their maturity as digital organizations.
For these companies it’s a journey of so many nexts. Do join us to find the best inspiration, the best partnerships, and the best ways to navigate your next.
Salil Parekh, CEO & Managing Director, Infosys
Jan 23, Wednesday, 7:00 to 8:15
Driven by a massive increase in data, soaring computational power at shrinking costs and breakthroughs in technology, AI is now a commercial reality.
As a productivity enhancer, it is augmenting human labor and physical capital, optimizing processes with intelligent automation systems, and propelling new innovations. But perhaps even more importantly, if AI can take over the repetitive work of your people, their new role description could be finding new ways to contribute to the higher purpose of your company.
The Panel will discuss how businesses can act now to develop strategies around AI that put people at the center, and commit to developing responsible AI systems that are aligned to driving positive outcomes that empower people to do what they do best—imagine, create and move us all forward.
Andy Maguire, Group Chief Operating Officer, HSBC Plc
Illah R. Nourbakhsh, Professor of Robotics, Carnegie Mellon University
Mohit Joshi, President , Infosys
Jan 24, Thursday, 7:00 to 8:15
The machines are not coming for our jobs. Not yet. But many jobs that are done by people today are changing dramatically as new technologies augment human abilities. In fact, this will create new roles that have not been invented yet. But are our people ready?
We are convening a panel of policymakers, business leaders, and academics to discuss the workforce needs of the future and how public and private entities can collaborate to improve economic opportunities for all.
Join us to discuss how we can capitalize on the positivity and potential of these digital times to start redesigning and supporting the workforce for a future that will be all about people and machines navigating forward in harmony.
The Honorable Wilbur L. Ross, U.S.Secretary of Commerce
Jim Loree, Chief Executive Officer, Stanley Black and Decker
Hadi Partovi, CEO and co-Founder, Code.org
Ravi Kumar, President, Infosys