Industry Leaders Lecture Series
The 4th Industrial Revolution
Digital intelligence & connectivity transforming life, business and careers
Students, engineers, business owners, investors – Learn from the CTO of a world class company how machine learning, artificial intelligence, the internet of things and mobile networks are transforming healthcare, manufacturing, retail, transportation, our everyday lives, and even your career!
April 5, 2022
12:30 PM – 1:30 PM
Moderator & Host: Babak Beheshti, Ph.D., Dean, NYIT College of Engineering & Computing Sciences
Speaker: Tom Bianculli, Chief Technology Officer (CTO), Zebra Technologies Co.
The cornerstone of the Fourth Industrial Revolution is Digital Intelligence, including machine learning, artificial intelligence, and their myriad applications. Digital Intelligence will join with technologies that connect everything and everyone – the Internet of Things and Mobile Networks—to transform experiences that have the potential to greatly improve our everyday lives. This revolution will impact healthcare, manufacturing, retail, transportation, and many other industries. In his role as Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of Zebra Technologies, Tom Bianculli is responsible for bringing many of these technologies to life. In his talk, he will share his insights and experience in this exciting revolution.
Event Website: https://www.nyit.edu/events/the_fourth_industrial_revolution
About the Industry Leaders Lecture Series
The web-based Industry Leader Lecture Series offers students and practitioners a unique opportunity to ask questions about career choices and hear advice and stories directly from distinguished professionals in the tech industry. The series welcomes speakers from tech companies including Nokia, ZScaler, Zebra Technologies Co., and 127 Energy. Working professionals and undergraduate and graduate students are welcome to attend and learn from these leaders’ insights.
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Announcement submitted by: Robert DiFazio on 03/19/2022