SAP says that its end-to-end suite of business solutions and services enable its customers to transform their businesses so that they may serve their customers in unique and differentiated ways.
The German company has more than 440 000 customers in more than 180 countries, as well as 200 million subscribers in its cloud user base. In addition, the firm also works with over 21 000 partner companies globally.
During the expo, SAP will showcase its Intelligent Suite of technologies such as:
- machine learning,
- intelligent robotics process automation (iRPA)
- conversational AI
- Internet of Things (IoT), and
- advanced analytics technologies.
SAP will additionally showcase other line-of-business solutions such as:
- SAP customer experience solutions
- SAP human capital management solutions
- SAP travel and expense management solutions, and
- how SAP intelligent ERP solutions can help turn businesses in every industry into intelligent enterprises.
Rudeon Snell, global senior director of industries and customer advisory at SAP, is set to deliver a talk at the expo titled, 'Tackling bias in AI — The key to unlocking a trillion dollars of value'.
In the presentation, Snell will discuss why bias in AI is one of the most critical topics of our time and why it is imperative that bias in AI be addressed as a priority initiative.
Snell says, "Trust is still the ultimate human currency and no technology solution can ever hope to achieve adoption at scale in society if its users do not trust the outcomes provided by that solution. This is why solving bias in AI is fundamental to progressing into an AI first world."
Nick Bradshaw, co-founder of AI Media Group, says, "We are very grateful for the support from SAP at the 2020 show. They have been a long term supporter of our event and community. Many of the large vendors like SAP are showcasing many new AI and RPA related features on their platforms at the show."
"We are able to curate both local, regional and international interest in these new products and services and large companies like SAP and the smallest, newest start-ups gain significant exposure via our community, event, Synapse
magazine and YouTube channel AITV," adds Bradshaw.
Roy Bannister, co-founder of AI Media Group and show production director at AI Expo Africa,
says, “Its great to be welcoming back Rudeon and the SAP team. They really value our platform and community and that's what makes being part of the AI Expo Africa
family such a great experience."
"This year, our main two-day live event is archived and then lives on for 30 more days as a learning platform for the whole of Africa, where we will be inviting some 5 000 to 15 000 more delegates to join for free, as part of our wider vision to inspire young people about the 4IR in Africa," adds Bannister.
"We believe this is a first for Africa and with 40 hours of talks, 82 exhibitors and a poster zone, youth zone and three trade pavilions, the young minds of tomorrow will experience first hand what is happening in the industry and also secure intern / work placements via the vendors at the show," concludes Bannister.
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