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Plan your virtual trip to HPE Discover 2021

The story of Hewlett Packard Labs at HPE Discover 2021 Virtual Experience is the story of resilience and adaptability. It is about highlighting Labs’ innovative technology advancements. Labs’ offerings at Discover kick off on June 22 with a set of on-demand sessions and demos. Labs will be sharing parts of its disruptive development agenda, including Trustworthy AI, Reinforcement Learning, and advancements in solution architectures.

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Hewlett Packard Labs and the Office of the CTO are closing day three of the conference with a keynote that looks at disruptive technology beyond the horizon to tackle the data challenges.

Attendees will get the same access to new technology, products, and approaches with the same world-class researchers presenting and responding. So open up the catalogue and build your agenda.

 

Keynote

The Radical Rethink: Unconventional Ways to Unlock the Power of Data (KN4514)

Host: Kirk Bresniker, Fellow, Vice President and Chief Architect, Hewlett Packard Labs

Date and time: 8AM Pacific Time, June 24

A sustainable, thriving future can’t happen without pushing boundaries. The capability gap is widening with the explosion of data, incremental improvements in technology, and the growing importance of AI. Geek out with Hewlett Packard Labs and HPE’s Office of the CTO as we go deep on the technologies tackling the world’s toughest data challenges.


Sessions     

Hewlett Packard Labs and Carnegie Clean Energy Revolutionize Wave Energy With Reinforcement Learning (B4365)

Speakers:
Paolo Faraboschi, Fellow and Vice President, Hewlett Packard Labs

Jonathan Fiévez, CEO, Carnegie Clean Energy

Date and time: Available on-demand beginning June 22

Wave energy capture brings the unique challenges of complex wave dynamics, modelling errors, and changes of generator dynamics. Hear from Hewlett Packard Labs and Carnegie Clean Energy on their mission to develop a self-learning wave energy converter using deep reinforcement learning technology—pushing trustworthiness in the next generation of AI.

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Hewlett Packard Labs on the Future of Technology: Reason, Insight, Action (B4366)

Speakers:
Kirk Bresniker, Fellow, Vice President and Chief Architect, Hewlett Packard Labs
Hartmut Schultze, DACH Data Lifecycle, Business Innovation Architect, Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Whether it is a free market of relentless business competitors or a world of geopolitical adversaries, future success will go to whomever will be able to reason over more information, to reach the deepest insights, and to translate it into action at scale. Join us to connect our disruptive development agenda with each of these critical faculties.

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Data Feeds People (B4373)

Speakers:
Suparna Bhattacharya, Distinguished Technologist, Hewlett Packard Labs
Ted Dunning, CTO for Data Fabric, Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Date and time: Available on-demand beginning June 22

More and more agricultural data is becoming available, but farmers have a hard time finding useful information and data publishers have a hard time finding the farmers. We are helping farmers to find data that helps them grow and sell crops. Furthermore, we are helping them produce and combine data so that it has higher value for them. 


Demos

Hewlett Packard Labs and Carnegie Clean Energy Revolutionize Wave Energy With Reinforcement Learning (On-demand: DEMO4367) (Live: DEMO4418)

Experts:
Soumyendu Sarkar, Distinguished Technologist, Hewlett Packard Labs
Vineet Gundecha, Systems Software Engineer, Hewlett Packard Labs, and

Hewlett Packard Labs and Carnegie Clean Energy teamed up to develop a self-learning wave energy converter using deep reinforcement learning (RL). Dive into the future of AI and see their multi-agent RL technology in action—reading waves, predicting future, making decisions to maximize energy production, and getting better with every wave!

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Digital Agriculture in a Data Economy (On-demand: DEMO4371) (Live: DEMO4480)

Experts:
Suparna Bhattacharya, Distinguished Technologist, Hewlett Packard Labs
Ted Dunning, CTO for Data Fabric, Hewlett Packard Enterprise

With more agricultural data open to farmers, they are challenged with finding useful information to grow and sell crops. From climate data to sharing crops and sales data for market insights, see how farmers can protect their data and find the data they need, when they need it.

 

Register for HPE Discover 2021 Virtual Experience and create your agenda today.

 


Curt Hopkins
Hewlett Packard Enterprise

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