Industry events and technology conferences are a great way to connect with others and explore the direction the IT industry is headed. Below you’ll find a list of upcoming IT conferences and IT events as well as their dates, locations and links, plus additional information on each event. If you have an event you’d like featured here, please reach out to Mike Sutton at MSutton@comptia.org with the name, date and location of your event.
December 4-6, 2019
Hamilton Princess and Beach Club, Hamilton, Bermuda
At tonight’s presentation, Anthony will be explaining the difference between using a router and running Ubiquity. Anthony Massa has been working with computers since a young age. He has a bachelors from West Liberty University in Business Information Systems and Business Administration Specialization in Computer Information Systems. He is an IT Support Specialist at Gatan Inc. in Warrendale, Pennsylvania, and also the outgoing President of the Greater Wheeling Chapter of CompTIA AITP.
This is a special event with a great speaker and an informative topic, so please RSVP early in order to allow the Wheeling Park catering staff the opportunity to prepare sufficient food for everyone in attendance and to ensure there is seating available for our group.
E-mail Karen at Reservations.GWC@gmail.com to RSVP. Reservations are essential.
630 pm ET
Driving Innovative IT Project Metrics by Embracing Human Nature
5pm -8pm CT
Getting started with AI and machine learning can be daunting. Use my research - we'll discuss several different tools that I find valuable and the different reasons. We'll take a quick walk-through each one so you get a better understanding. Covering pros and cons, providing suggestions on what they're good for in terms of possible goals, aligning with technical stacks, costs, and what their roadmaps look like.
Some of the tools we'll cover include:
Google's Cloud Machine Learning Engine
Azure Machine Learning Studio
You'll walk away with understanding the major players in the AI and machine learning tools space. Your barrier to entry on doing some AI work or play will be lowered by knowing these tools. At the very least, you'll be able to speak more of the AI jargon around the water cooler! However, these tools may give you a leg up when your company decides to go further with AI and you could help lead that effort!
530pm - 800pm
AITP Atlanta is excited to have Tom Taylor return as our discussion leader for our February Chapter meeting regarding autonomous vehicles and smart cities. Three years ago, Tom guided a riveting discussion on autonomous vehicles that covered everything from the vehicle technology to the smart city infrastructure necessary to make this a reality. Now, Tom is back to share his knowledge on the topic and the vast innovation that has progressed in a short 3-year period.
Tom Taylor has worked on a wide range of business and technology systems from early IBM advanced office products to airborne military antenna systems to autonomous vehicles.