29. oktober 2021
Inno Talk: Faster time to market through machine learning/AI
Time to market is one of the key success factors for businesses - also in the food industry! It is no longer enough to come up with new prototypes of products, you need to make sure that you are able to produce and market them faster than the competition. And with rapidly changing customer demands that is surely easier said than done.
In this episode on Inno-talk we are diving into the world of Machine Learning and AI. We will have a deeper look at how data can help you understand trends and customer demands, so that you are able the act on changes fast, reduce your time to market and keep your competitive advantage.
Bo Krogh Knudsen, Industry Practice Lead for Food, and Benjamin Ryan, Director of Data Science, will tell us how machine learning can enhance production efficiency, reduce food waste, and resource consumption, grow customer satisfaction, and increase the bottom line.
Bo Krogh Knudsen is Industry Practice Lead at Columbus with expert knowledge in optimization of procedures and processes in the food industry.. Bo has more than 20 years of experience implementing Microsoft Dynamics AX and Dynamics 365 in many different production and logistics companies, many of them in international organizations.
Benjamin Ryan is Director of Data Science with Columbus Sweden, focusing on bringing advanced analytics, AI, and machine learning solutions for Columbus clients. Ben brings 20 years of in data analytics, project management and strategic consulting experience around the world to this role, on top of deep expertise in state-of-the-art data science tools and technologies.
Inno Talk is an online, 30 minutes livestream from experts with a focus on innovative aspects of the food industry, including climate transformation of the food industry. You can ask your questions live through the talk.
The participants will receive a link for the live stream 30 minutes before the event is taking off.
When you participate in this event, your time will be used at a standard rate as co-financing for the project Innovationskraft, which is funded by Danmarks Erhvervsfremmebestyrelse and Uddannelses- og Forskningsstyrelsen.
The photo used in this post is by Franki Chamaki (1K6IQsQbizI Unsplash)