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How Will AI Revolutionise the Events Industry?

Unite.AI

But what will it mean for the events industry? Event Planning AI has a critical role to play in event planning , and as anyone who works in events will tell you, it’s very hard work. The satisfaction will come on the day, when the event goes off without a hitch.

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Maximizing your event-driven architecture investments: Unleashing the power of Apache Kafka with IBM Event Automation

IBM Journey to AI blog

Recognizing the need to harness real-time data, businesses are increasingly turning to event-driven architecture (EDA) as a strategic approach to stay ahead of the curve. At the forefront of this event-driven revolution is Apache Kafka, the widely recognized and dominant open-source technology for event streaming.

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Real-time artificial intelligence and event processing  

IBM Journey to AI blog

By leveraging AI for real-time event processing, businesses can connect the dots between disparate events to detect and respond to new trends, threats and opportunities. AI and event processing: a two-way street An event-driven architecture is essential for accelerating the speed of business.

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DataHack Summit 2024: The Ultimate GenAI Event of the Year

Analytics Vidhya

With all the anticipation and news surrounding AI advancements, we’re excited to announce the 5th edition of our much-anticipated GenAI event of the year. Yes, the DataHack Summit is coming this August, bigger and better than ever before.

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You’re Invited: Innovate Through Data Virtual Summit

Speaker: Logi Analytics

Join us on October 19th & 20th for Logi Spark 2021, the premier event dedicated to helping application teams create engaging state-of-the-art analytics. At this free virtual event, your team will learn practical tips from the pros to help turn your product roadmap into a reality and generate value for your end users.

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Real-time transaction data analysis with IBM Event Automation

IBM Journey to AI blog

1] The need to improve real-time decision-making is contributing to a growing demand for event-driven solutions and their ability to help businesses achieve continuous intelligence and situation awareness. An event-driven architecture focuses on the publication, capture, processing and storage of events.

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Accelerate your speed of business with IBM Event Automation

IBM Journey to AI blog

There are thousands of business events flowing through every part of your organization every day. These events can provide a wealth of information about what’s actually happening across your business at any moment in time. But operationalizing business events is challenging.