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The past year was in many ways an economic, political, regulatory, and competitive rollercoaster for the energy, resources, and industrials industry. What new factors are likely to shape the industry in the coming year and beyond? Participants will explore various issues and opportunities that the industry is likely to face in 2019.
Artificial intelligence (AI) technologies, also known as cognitive technologies, are at the forefront of the fourth industrial revolution. How are technology, media, and telecommunications (TMT) companies leveraging AI to extract the most value for their organizations? Participants will gain new insights on these and other issues as TMT companies continue to evaluate their future with AI technologies.
The economy and other factors continue to impact US real estate markets. Will demand and capital markets continue to support and potentially lift property pricing and value? Participants will hear results of a Deloitte, National Association of Realtors, and Real Estate Research Corp. report on the outlook for commercial real estate markets and learn practical tips for navigating market uncertainty.
The global chemicals industry showed robust growth momentum in 2018. Will this continue, and how can chemicals companies take advantage of long-term structural changes in the industry? Participants will review the current state of the global chemicals industry and look ahead at forces shaping the future of the industry.
Today, data and information sharing within the health care ecosystem is fragmented and disjointed. How can advanced data and analytics create a more connected health care system for the future? Challenges and opportunities for health care stakeholders as they navigate the transformation. Participants will explore a future health care landscape and the data that’s needed to get them there.
With continued population growth and changing consumer behaviors, more goods need to be moved and traditional supply chains are feeling the increased pressure. How can enabling technologies and underlying supply chain data help key stakeholders create a more efficient, transparent, and integrated network? Participants will learn how various factors could impact them as they chart their transportation strategy for the future.
A smart campus is a paradigm shift whereby higher education institutions use innovative, next-generation technologies to create a digitally connected campus and deliver exceptional consumer experience. Now is the time to prioritize this transformation or face fierce competition from leaders who better understand the importance of the shift. Participants will learn ways higher education institutions can benefit from adopting smart campus strategies.