The Oracle Open World festivities have started in San Francisco today, and the first day of the conference has already come to an end. We hope you are enjoying your time in the beautiful San Francisco. Here are the 3 key sessions for day 2 at the conference that you simply can’t miss.
Oracle Cloud: A Path and Platform [GEN3250]
Cloud technologies are beginning to reshape how we think about and interact with the world around us. The opportunities that the cloud presents are real and present today, and they are providing the building blocks for companies to pioneer groundbreaking innovations and disrupt entire industries. Today, we’re seeing emerging technologies and automation permeate every aspect of work and life. The real opportunity of these technologies—which include AI, machine learning, IoT, blockchain, containers and serverless, and human interfaces—is to embrace these technologies on a scale we’ve never before. Join Steve Daheb, Senior Vice President, Oracle Cloud, to learn how Oracle Cloud drives new innovation and real change for customers.
Tuesday, September 17, 11:15 AM - 12:00 PM | YBCA Theater
Oracle Cloud: The Next Big Things [GEN3248]
Interested in learning about what’s new in cutting-edge solutions to accelerate your business. Technologies explored include machine learning, blockchain, the Internet of Things, conversational AI (digital assistants), and automated application development. Join Oracle VP Ashish Mohindroo in this session for live demos of these technologies. Hear directly from customers including Douglas Johnson-Poensgen, CEO of Circulor and Diego Netto, Co-Founder & Chief Technology Officer at Booster about how they are using these technologies to bring new innovations to market while lowering costs and increasing productivity using transformational cloud platforms and application solutions across their enterprise.
Tuesday, September 17, 12:30 PM - 01:15 PM | Moscone South - Room 207/208
Oracle Speaks: Conversational AI for Enterprise Apps with a Chatbot Assistant [GEN5607]
Conversation is the most natural form of communication for humans since the dawn of time. However, interacting with computer systems such as enterprise applications and data required special user interfaces that evolved from text to graphical UI to touch. While interactions have become progressively easier, none of these mechanisms matches the simplicity of a conversational user interface. In this session hear from Oracle VP, Suhas Uliyar and Honeywell Sr. Director, Mark Burgess on how conversational AI and speech recognition has finally matured to support effortless interaction with enterprise systems and data as it evolves to understand the context and complex speech patterns.
Tuesday, September 17, 01:45 PM - 02:30 PM | Moscone South - Room 209