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Information Security Expo
Special Session

Free/Pre-registration Required Oct. 24 [Wed] 3pm-4:30pm
“Innovative Technology” will provide safety for the connected world accelerating by 5G network

Hirotaka Sakajiri
Technology & Product Senior Vice President
Blue Planet-works, Inc.

By 2020, 5G network will be real operation, and the connected world where everything is connected will be expanding. The session explains “Innovative Technology” , which is developing a security OS platform from devices to big data and make the safety for the connected world.
The Ultimate Defense Against the Next Technical Tsunami

Gabe Deale
WW VP of Sales Engineering
CISSP Cylance

We live in a complex, interconnected world with an ever-changing risk landscape as unique and unpredictable as the ocean waves. The world’s cybersecurity risk managers must remain tirelessly vigilant in anxious anticipation of the next major technical tsunami and minimize its devastation with limited available resources. But sadly this is – and always has been – a reactive battle against impossible odds.
For the first time in history, AI has given us renewed hope that prevention is possible. Machines are now able to learn from massive datasets to accurately and reliably recognize and prevent both known and unknown threats alike without any human involvement. This approach provides a predictive advantage previously impossible with legacy methodology. Come learn how AI breaks tradition by preventing the disaster from ever happening.

AI & Business Automation Expo
Special Session

Free/Pre-registration Required Oct. 25 [Thur] 10am-11:30am
Tasks AI can automate and cannot automate

Akira Shibata
Chief Data Scientist
DataRobot Inc.

AI Automation is even replacing works that require advanced decision making of human being. What kind of tasks has been automated, and how do people distinguish the task that can be automated from those not suitable for automation? The session talks about concrete examples based on the point of possible human interference that prevents AI implementation.
Artificial Intelligence for CRM

Adam Blitzer
EVP and GM, Sales and Service Clouds


IoT/M2M Expo
Special Session

Free/Pre-registration Required Oct. 25 [Thur] 12:30pm-2pm
Bosch is connecting the future

Klaus Meder
President and Representative Director
Bosch Corporation

The future of connected world is shaped by services that connect across traditional domain boundaries. Central to all these solutions is the sharing of data in IoT clouds. Bosch is driving this change with our sensors, connected devices, and software that provide and make use of this data and many cloud based solutions for mobility, industry 4.0 and even smart agriculture.
How Digitalization Transforms Manufacturing ~Example of GE Brilliant Factory Hino~

Atsushi Morimoto
General Manager
Global Order Operation Asia Pacific
GE Healthcare Japan Corporation

GE’s Brilliant Factory initiative started reaching all GE manufacturing sites in 2016. Seven showcase site were chosen from over 450 GE factories and Hino plant is one of them. This session provides its strategy, concept and real example of Hino factory.

Store & Retail IT Solutions Expo
Special Session

Free/Pre-registration Required Oct. 25 [Thur] 12:30pm-2pm
The Upgrade Al Brings to Retail Industry

Wang Xinlei
Chief Strategy Officer
DeepBlue Technology (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.

Shrinking labour force and increasing cost have become the bottleneck for the traditional retail industry in Japan. DeepBlue's AI technology will redefine the relationship among customers, goods and scenarios, and will bring the traditional retail industry to a new era with Al technology.
Our Challenges to "Digital Lawson"

Kunitsugu Makino
Deputy Senior Vice President
General Manager, Open Innovation Center
Lawson, Inc.

Lawson will transform itself in response to the recent market changes surrounding convenience store business. Lawson wants to be a business that is indispensable for the people in the next generation. The key for this transformation is “digital” . The session explains Lawson's goals through the company's initiatives such as “visualization” using cameras and digital tags, “automation” for workload saving using robots and AI, and technologies providing a brand-new customer “experience” .

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Application for Bilingual SessionsFREE

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Including above 4 bilingual sessions,
total 30 sessions will be held by industry top leaders!
>>Click here for more details on conference program (available only in Japanese)

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