List of Events
Here is a list of event, includes speaker session and other intermediate slots (e.g. lunch):
The beauty of machines and humans working in tandem gets lost in the discussion about whether A.I. is a good thing or a bad thing. However, perhaps the most productive debate we can have isn’t one of good versus evil. The hard question is how we all can build technology designed in a way that augments human ingenuity and capabilities, human-centered and guided by principles that are core to human rights. Here’s the idea of Responsible AI that is proposed by global tech giants including Microsoft.
The Emergency Response application is a reference demo that showcases the Power of Communities. In particular, it clarifies how the accelerating pace of open-source innovation can be harnessed today on a micro-service, event driven architecture using the products that comprise Red Hat’s Unified Application Environment. It is deployed to and scales horizontally on the premier hybrid cloud platform for enterprise business workloads: Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform.
Data literacy - the ability to read, write and communicate with data becomes a necessary competency for an individual to contribute to the already arrived digital economy. In this opening remarks, Dr. Charm will explore how open-source technology is in the unique position to help the organization, and individual, leap-frogging their data literacy maturity.
This talk will give you an introduction how to choose your domain name and why it is more important than ever to own your own domain name for your open source projects or business.