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Impactful Development: Impact and Challenges of LLM & Generative AI on Enterprise Conversational AI projects

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Oct 12

11:30 - 12:00

Hearts Stage

Meet Your Intructors

Toni Kitaka

Conversational AI Product Lead, JPMorgan

Product Lead for Conversational AI at JP Morgan, responsible for driving digitization of the organizations conversations at scale. Enabling teams firmwide to build chatbot and "chatbot like" solutions for internal and external use cases. Partnering with them to develop as well as providing centralized tools and services to accelerate time to market. Driving a vision to democratize the Conversational AI landscape and leading the platform strategy that empowers our employees to change the way we do business regardless of their technical knowledge.

Alexander Schmitt

Head of Speech Technology #HeyMercedes, Mercedes-Benz

Alexander Schmitt has over 15 years experience in the field of Voice Assistants, Voice AI-related research and -Product Development. Alex began his Voice AI career at University of Ulm where he joined Germany’s first spoken dialog system research lab in 2007 pursuing his PhD on AI-driven approaches for Speech Dialog Systems in cooperation with New York-based SpeechCycle Inc. In 2012 he joined Mercedes-Benz where he was working in research, advanced engineering, and product development on next generation in-car voice assistants and emotion AI. Throughout his career Alex has authored and co-authored more than 60 international publications on conferences and journals in voice assistant-related fields and is today driving next-gen #HeyMercedes Voice Assistant with an outstanding team of software developers, data scientists and product owners.

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