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A – Artificial Intelligence, B – Blockchain, C – Connectivity, D – Data.There are many technologies that will emerge in the coming decades that will profoundly influence our daily lives. Among all its technologies, there are four technologies have great potential in the future, that is developing rapidly, and that will probably influence our world in the coming decades. They will accelerate and transform many industries at a rapid pace throughout the year. They will shape the world and the future and will be present on the horizon of business owners and investors alike.Internet of Things and the cloud: A key component of Industry 4.0 is the Internet of Things that is characterized by connected devices. Not only does this help internal operations, but through the use of the cloud environment where data is stored, equipment and operations can be optimized by leveraging the insights of others using the same equipment or to allow smaller enterprises access to the technology they wouldn’t be able to on their own.While Industry 4.0 is still evolving and we might not have the complete picture until we look back 30 years from now, companies who are adopting the technologies realize Industry 4.0's potential. These same companies are also grappling with how to upskill their current workforce to take on new work responsibilities made possible by Internet 4.0 and to recruit new employees with the right skills.AgendaTimeActivity10:00 AMArrival and Registration10:30 AMKeynote Speech: by Dr. Prakash Christiansen – President, International Institute of Digital Transformation and Entrepreneurship (IIDTE)Panel Session: by Koh How Tze (Connectivity Tech Expert), Effendy Zulkifly (Blockchain Expert), Homam Alghorani (Artificial Intelligence Expert) & Robin Ghofur (Big Data Expert)12:00 PMQ&A12:30 PMEndKeynote Takeaways This panel session is about the discussion on exploration of the technology and philosophy that will shape the next 20 to 30 years. We'll discuss our big picture understanding of where the world is going and when. This session will also challenge us to ask some of the deepest questions that we'll be faced with in the near future; who are we? what do we want? and how can we create what we want? In this panel session, we will start learning about Industry 4.0 which is actually the foundation of the digital transformation term. Then we will have a quick look at Society 5.0 because it will impact the scope of the digital transformation projects you will be running, especially for the government and public sector. Then we will study the basics of digital transformation within different departments of a company and also within different industries. Finally, we will cover several case studies to see real digital transformation projects and how they were managed.Who Should Attend? Students Innovators Entrepreneurs Futurists Researchers

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Digital Transformation and Industry 4.0

Jun 17, 2019 12:00 AM

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MaGIC (Malaysian Global Innovation & Creativity Centre)

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A – Artificial Intelligence, B – Blockchain, C – Connectivity, D – Data.There are many technologies that will emerge in the coming decades that will profoundly influence our daily lives. Among all its technologies, there are four technologies have great potential in the future, that is developing rapidly, and that will probably influence our world in the coming decades. They will accelerate and transform many industries at a rapid pace throughout the year. They will shape the world and the future and will be present on the horizon of business owners and investors alike.Internet of Things and the cloud: A key component of Industry 4.0 is the Internet of Things that is characterized by connected devices. Not only does this help internal operations, but through the use of the cloud environment where data is stored, equipment and operations can be optimized by leveraging the insights of others using the same equipment or to allow smaller enterprises access to the technology they wouldn’t be able to on their own.While Industry 4.0 is still evolving and we might not have the complete picture until we look back 30 years from now, companies who are adopting the technologies realize Industry 4.0's potential. These same companies are also grappling with how to upskill their current workforce to take on new work responsibilities made possible by Internet 4.0 and to recruit new employees with the right skills.AgendaTimeActivity10:00 AMArrival and Registration10:30 AMKeynote Speech: by Dr. Prakash Christiansen – President, International Institute of Digital Transformation and Entrepreneurship (IIDTE)Panel Session: by Koh How Tze (Connectivity Tech Expert), Effendy Zulkifly (Blockchain Expert), Homam Alghorani (Artificial Intelligence Expert) & Robin Ghofur (Big Data Expert)12:00 PMQ&A12:30 PMEndKeynote Takeaways This panel session is about the discussion on exploration of the technology and philosophy that will shape the next 20 to 30 years. We'll discuss our big picture understanding of where the world is going and when. This session will also challenge us to ask some of the deepest questions that we'll be faced with in the near future; who are we? what do we want? and how can we create what we want? In this panel session, we will start learning about Industry 4.0 which is actually the foundation of the digital transformation term. Then we will have a quick look at Society 5.0 because it will impact the scope of the digital transformation projects you will be running, especially for the government and public sector. Then we will study the basics of digital transformation within different departments of a company and also within different industries. Finally, we will cover several case studies to see real digital transformation projects and how they were managed.Who Should Attend? Students Innovators Entrepreneurs Futurists Researchers

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