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The Intersection of AI and IoT

  • Tuesday, December 03, 2019
  • 5:30 PM
  • 1025 N Milwaukee St, Milwaukee, WI 53202


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The Wisconsin IoT Council (WIoT) presents an evening with Brent Leland, former CIO of Trek and now President of High G Solutions and the Chair of Advancing AI WIsconsin to be held at MSOE's Dwight and Dian Diercks Computational Science Hall.

Special thanks to SPR, who has handed over the reigns of the Milwaukee Internet of Things Meetup Group to WIoT. SPR will continue to be involved as a sponsor.

Artificial Intelligence and the Internet of Things are two rapidly advancing technologies currently mired at the intersection of hype versus potential. Businesses are leveraging IoT to create new products and services. In addition, AI, while likely the most disruptive technology of the next decade, needs a connection to the physical world. By combining the two, the potential impact increases exponentially. Brent Leland will attempt to demystify the hype and discuss how AI and IoT can be used to deliver innovative solutions, transform businesses, and create competitive differentiations.

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Refreshments and sustenance will be served!

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To inspire Wisconsin and the Midwest to lead the evolution of the Internet of Things. Our rich history of supporting manufacturing, software, retail, and healthcare industries gives the region the experience and knowledge needed to foster the Internet of Things. 

We also believe if our companies and their employees are to continue to stay and grow here, and if new companies are going to be built here, we need to promote Wisconsin and the Midwest as the epicenter for IoT. We drive technological advancement in the region, so the world knows that you build it in the Midwest if you want to succeed in the Internet of Things evolution.


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WIoT is a professional membership-driven organization that advocates for Wisconsin and the Midwest as the epicenter for IoT. The WIoT provides its members a forum and platform for purposeful networking, relationship building, talent attraction, development, and mutual exchange of information relative to the Internet of Things.

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We provide statewide programming for our WIoT membership in a regular event series focused on Education, Capital, Talent, and Policy as it pertains to the Internet of Things.  Additionally, we provide an IoT Inventory of regional companies focused on IoT and source and publish case studies of IoT products and implementations that have taken place in Wisconsin.

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