Chances are your company will not make real money in 2017 on the Internet of Things and Machine Learning. However, come 2020 your software development process is unlikely to be of much value to the business unless you develop deep expertise in these two areas. Nascent that they are, the time to start investing in them is now.
This presentation will explore the what’s, why’s and how’s of this forthcoming transformation. It will show how the Internet of Things, with more than 20B devices connected to it, will obsolete the way business insights, models and paradigms are derived nowadays. Instead of brainpower assisted by intuition and analytics, machine learning will become the primary generator for discovering hidden value and, up to a point, devising strategies to exploit it.
Whether you are a stakeholder, program manager, product owner, business analyst, designer, developer or tester, you will need to significantly revise your software process in order to generate value in this kind of environment. The evolving blueprint for so doing, including illustrations from various pioneers that are starting to move ahead along these lines, will be presented with special emphasis on the balance to be struck between the business, development and IT.
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