AI Summit San Francisco 2019
September 25 2019, San Francisco, CA, United States
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Keith Kirkpatrick - Principal Analyst, Tractica
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Welcome to Adventist TV. We're here at the AI Summit San Francisco 2019 and we're very pleased to have with us today Keith Kilpatrick since the time 00:05 of the truck. How you doing? Good? How are you? 00:14 What were the main takeaways I made a token points in and debate 00:26 over the past several years was very 00:33 interesting because Google made an announcement and then pull back that they had achiever called Quantum Supremacy or Quantum Advantage because that 00:42 represent for potentially represent a real Catalyst in the market the fact that we can go from sort of theoretical sing at some point. We're going to 00:51

reach the point where a quantum computer can achieve or solve a problem that a traditional classical computer and not at that could be a game-changer. 00:59 If in fact Google did it to leave it which we think is the case. I was just finished me some pure review going on. It 01:07 means if they really solve a very very precise small problem in a lab that does not mean that tomorrow we're going to see Rapid expansion of quantum 01:17 Computing across all different industry sectors of big step in the right direction. 01:27

Absolutely. That's something that we've been talking about over the past several years where we've been saying once that 01:32 happens. It shows that this is real and that we nailed to move on to the next page which is starting to slowly build update aquatic machines to go 01:42 from again this very very small Focus problem solving that problem and then eventually getting to the point where Quantum machines can be used in 01:50 conjunction with classical machine to start to solve real-world use cases and problems 02:00

is the UK system of 02:05 the key examples. That was kind of disgust the exact function. Quantum 02:15 chemistry the idea is if you're trying to develop a new material were developed a new drug, you need to actually go through and look at the various 02:25 molecules in elements and see how their combined together and that can be an extraordinary really difficult mathematical problem because you have 02:34 each particular element can be combined with a number of different ones and the number of combinations are the numbers just become exponential inside 02:43

because very challenging for a traditional classical computer do that. What Quantum does it allows all of this, Nations essentially. Did you have a 02:52 big enough computer do it for all of this combination at once very very quickly that is a game changer because then drug development it would take 03:02 years to think. The estimate now is an average drug case about 14 years and several billion dollars to bring the market that time from can be 03:11 compressed down from years to perhaps even months. Phenomenal another one is certainly if we're looking at optimization issues to 03:19

things like traffic optimization. If we talked about this new world, we're heading to with connected vehicles and cameras everywhere the ability to 03:29 help manage books the traffic signals as well as autonomous vehicles and then accounting for other factors such as you know pedestrians walking across 03:38 the street Crossing in Front Range of coming across all of that data together simultaneously to help provide optimal route for your I driving in 03:46 our cars are in Uber Eats or are connected vehicles that will be a game-changer because right now all we're relying on is each individual vehicle 03:56

taking their own little path and I'm the only way we know that there's a traffic jam is when we get our our Waze alerts. That's very very slow. That's 04:06 not really real time. 04:13 Today traffic are you put on a deep dive kind of 3-hour Workshop around kind of the industry. It's peanut butter for 04:23 Enterprises did the intensity and that take heavy weights are in the brave. It's a great time kind of stuff together and collaborate 04:33 and and kind of partner on dressing real life. I'm seeing how we can move entry pool with what kind of what were the major discussion Point 04:43

Workshop. One of the first one we are moving from this. Where companies are taking a minute to the proof-of-concept 04:52 approach pilot project and actually scaling these programs to real Bishop across the Enterprise in their employing them in everyday interaction. 05:02 Great example of that is if you look at Virtua digital assistant chatbot nowadays, if you talk to your bank calling the phone to talk to your bank or 05:11 if you interact with your insurance company if you interact Really any large company they are at the very least starting to roll out these, you know, 05:21

interactive digital assistants, which use artificial intelligent to make it almost seemed like you're with the real human clearly. They do disclose 05:30 that is soda machine is working at the idea is to speed those interactions to take the friction out and then hopefully to learn from those 05:38 interactions provide a better customer experience. So if you call up they can say, oh, I know it's you I know your preferences. I know the issues 05:46 you've had in the past. Let me create a better experience for you that looks to be one of the key areas in which technology can be deployed across 05:55

really almost any vertical marketing Marcus wilcoxon things. I didn't have to be 06:04 25 to The Reckoning generated by a eyes going to 06:14 where we see Artificial Intelligence being 06:20 deployed is in Business Services everything from chatbots, but you can use to interface with your customers the back and processes such an HR. So 06:30 instead of having to call how many days of leave do I have for? What is my 401k contribution? You can actually interface with an internal 06:38

virtual digital assistant that makes the process more seamless and actually helps you in terms of reducing costs because you don't need to have a 06:48 person handle this of low-level questions. Have you also being a little bit more loyalty and respect from your employee because they are getting 06:56 service instead of getting the run-around. Another category is Automotive. In addition to power in Las Animas vehicle technology is a lot of 07:06 personalization going on with in the car. So when you sit in the car, if you won't have to select which radio station the car will actually learn what 07:13

your preferences are. So you may sit in the car and it will automatically start up the radio playing whatever favorite artist me like that and then of 07:22 course, there's telecommunication another big big opportunity both in terms of customer service rather. See there's a lot of competition in the space 07:30 you have time to figure out people's preferences when it comes to their favorite streaming service is the favorite television shows the favourite. 07:38 What have you any kind of content there, but also in the back entrance of provisioning the network as we start to see the proliferation of 5G 07:45

Services, there's a lot more you can do it within the same level of band. We're there and be able to manage the network much more efficiently, you 07:53 know a guy is going to play shoota parking at 08:02

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