On-line debate – Data epidemic: something about Big Data and AI
Data epidemic: something about Big Data and AI
Monday, 20 April 2020 at 14:00
A decade ago, Polish mathematicians created a model for the development of a flu epidemic in our country. Thousands of data were collected and compared, and this allowed to accurately forecast the dynamics of a disease growth. This projection also allowed to estimate the impact of a situation where all the social life is put to a standstill and how it might influence the general epidemiological situation as well as the state of the economy. Politicians, however, found this tool rather useless, so it was shoved into the university’s drawers. If it were to be constantly updated, though, today it would already allow to shape the plan to fight the coronavirus, so that it would be rational for both public health and Polish GDP. Will the state and businesses draw some conclusions from this? We would like to invite you to the next Anti-Crisis Interview on Capital24.tv.
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The meeting will be attended by:
Dagmara Krzesińska, President of the Coalition for Polish Innovations Foundation. Ms Krzesińska previously worked at UPC Polska where, for several years, she was responsible for shaping the company’s reputation and the wider CSR policy. She currently works with the public administration as an expert, including in the area of digitization, CSR (working teams at MD), cybersecurity (she is a member of the Steering Committee of the Safer Internet Polska Programme, she also co-created the main assumptions of the UKE Certificates); she also specializes in digital education and life-long learning as well as innovation. In addition, she is a member of the Programme Council of the Broad Agreement on Digital Skills; she is also a member of the Expert Committee at the Ombudsman and, in the years 2017-2018, she was a member of the Activation Foundation Council. She has implemented many innovative projects which found wider recognition at national and international level. For the last 10 years, she has been conducting an independent and voluntary project where she educates teachers and parents in the field of juvenile safety on the network. She is also a volunteer at the Association of Little Brothers of the Poor. Also a member of the ZHP for many years.
Mateusz Maj, President of VivaDrive, which has created a platform based on AI and Big Data that optimises the management of company vehicles as well as the transformation of companies’ fleets from diesel to electric. The company used its extensive experience in data analysis and in three days it created a programme modelling the development of the coronavirus epidemic in Poland. VivaDrive was in the finals of the Presidential Competition “Startups” that took place in 2019.
Piotr Lipnicki, CTO at Reliability Solutions, is responsible for the development of technology in RS as well as market evangelisation when it comes to the implementation of the concept of Industry 4.0. He received the title of Degree in Electrical Engineer (MSc) at Aalborg University and Lublin University of Technology in 2010 and 2010 respectively. He dealt with the issue of reactive power compensation for wind farms. In 2012, he joined ABB at the Corporate Research Centre in Kraków and worked as a senior scientist in the research and development department. He was responsible for monitoring the conditions, sensors and electronics. In 2015, he obtained a doctoral degree at Lublin University of Technology in power electronics and drives. In 2019, he joined Reliability Solutions as CTO, where he deals with evangelisation of the industry when it comes to the AI/ML topics used for predictive maintenance.
The debate will be moderated by:
Tomasz Sańpruch, President of the World Business Bridge Foundation, Founder of the STEO Media Group and Director of the Institute of Knowledge and Business at Collegium Humanum.
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