The Smart Enterprise event seeks fresh perspectives and case studies on AI and Machine Learning
Trumbull, CT – March 28, 2019 – TMC today announced the call for papers has opened for the Future of Work Expo, held February 12-14, 2020 at the Greater Ft. Lauderdale/Broward Country Convention Center in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The Future of Work Expo is the leading forum for making your enterprise smart, now. The three-day event will focus on how artificial intelligence and machine learning can improve business communications, collaboration, contact centers, customer service, marketing and sales experiences and initiatives. The Future of Work Expo features a robust exhibit floor, powerful keynotes, case studies, unique panels and presentations, special events, networking opportunities and much more.
“AI and Machine Learning are completely revolutionizing the way HR, marketing, sales, and support teams communicate, collaborate, and interact with one another, with customers and prospects, “said Rich Tehrani, CEO of TMC and conference chairman. “To showcase all capabilities, trends and benefits of AI, The Future of Work 2020 conference program will be built to highlight case studies as well as thought leaders. We are excited to see to review speaker submissions and look forward building next year’s event.”
Although all submission topics will be considered for the Future of Work Expo, conference organizers will be most interested in proposals featuring a special focus on the following topics:
- Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning 101
- Transforming the Enterprise with a Digital Workforce
- AI & The Job Market
- Smart Enterprise
- The Human Future of Machine Intelligence
- Finding ROI with AI
- Collaboration with AI
- Employee Experience in an Age of AI
- Contact Center Improvement with AI
- Using AI & ML to Predict Behavior, Drive Conversion
- AI & Next-Level Digital Marketing
- Automation & Business Process Management
- Chatbots for Business
- Practical AI
- Proactive Engagement to Deepen Customer Engagement
The Future of Work Expo is a part of the #TechSuperShow that includes ITEXPO, IoT Evolution Expo, The New Intelligence, AIOps Expo, The Blockchain Event and more.
To submit a proposal, interested speakers should complete the online form by May 1, 2019 here: https://www.futureofworkexpo.com/call-for-speakers.aspx . Speakers must adhere 100% to TMC’s “no commercialism” policy. If speakers cannot avoid commercialism, please do not submit a proposal.
Questions regarding speaking opportunities at the Future of Work Expo should be sent to Dave Rodriguez at 203-852-6800 x146.
Registration is open and early bird rates are in effect. For questions on registration, exhibiting, sponsorship, or advertising packages contact [email protected] .
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Edited by Maurice Nagle