Printemps numérique @CCA: Industry 4.0

How are artificial intelligence and the digital transforming our businesses?
Event, in English, Paul Desmarais Theatre, 6 June, 5pm

Printemps numérique, the Digital Spring, is back at the CCA for #intersections vol. 5: Industry 4.0. The event will explore the fourth industrial revolution, artificial intelligence, and the new ways of doing introduced by the digital transformation of production and manufacturing processes, management, business models, and manpower.

With the participation of Prof. Manfred Broy, Founding president of the Zentrum Digitalisierung.Bayern, Munich; Gilles Savard, Executive director IVADO; Frédéric Bastien, CEO Mnubo; Thomas Scarinci, Senior Vice President, Aeroderivative Gas Turbines, Siemens Canada; and Catherine Mathys, columnist at La sphère - ICI Radio-Canada Premiere, who will moderate the discussion.

The #intersections series proposes an original format mixing a discussion panel, networking moments, and an experience zone with innovative digital projects. For tickets, please click here.

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