Award-winning journalist, Daisy McAndrew, discusses staying ahead of the curve with technology experts, customers, and HPE leaders as they tackle subjects like finding a cure for Alzheimer’s, unlocking the power of data and using Nature's power for renewable energy with AI and Machine Learning.
Part 1: Unlocking Nature's Power for Renewable Energy
In Part 1 of this series, watch an engaging dialogue on how the global electricity consumption continues to increase faster than the world population as we face a climate crisis. Hear from Jonathan Fiévez, CEO of Carnegie Clean Energy; Paolo Faraboschi, VP and HPE Fellow, AI Research Lab at Hewlett Packard Labs; Mark Stickells , Executive Director for Pawsey Supercomputing Centre; and Miranda Taylor, CEO of National Energy Resources Australia; on how HPE is helping to improve the extraction of renewable energy efficiencies with AI and Machine Learning.
Part 1: Accelerating a Cure for Alzheimer's
Every three seconds, someone is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia. Why haven’t we found a cure? It’s a complicated disease that begins sometimes 20 years before symptoms appear―meaning early detection is key. In part 1 of our five-part series, hear about a one-of-a-kind study with DZNE that is collecting and analyzing the data of 30,000 participants over 30 years. The goal is to uncover the root causes and early markers of dementia, leading to preventive measures and treatments that could improve the quality of life for the millions of people affected by the disease.
Part 1: Machine Learning: Friend or Foe?
An estimated 55 billion devices around the globe are collecting data at an unprecedented rate, yet we use less than 5% of that because we lack the ability to mine it all, says HPE’s Dr. Eng Lim Goh. In part 1 of our four-part series, hear how an upsurge in artificial intelligence and machine learning is changing that, not only enabling enterprises to unlock the value of their data to gain business advantages but providing insights that can make the world a better place.