Artificial Intelligence Forum - Nov. 5
AI Developments in Semiconductors... what products and capability will be forthcoming?
Roger Lanctot, director - automotive connected mobility, Strategy Analytics
Alex Sabatier, global strategic account leader, NVIDIA
As a Director in the Global Automotive Practice, Roger Lanctot has a powerful voice in the definition of future trends in automotive safety, powertrain, and infotainment systems. Roger draws on more than 30 years' experience in the technology industry as an analyst, journalist, and consultant. Roger has conducted and participated in major industry studies, created new research products and services, and advised clients on strategy and competitive issues throughout his career. His privileged relationships and extraordinary connectedness help keep Strategy Analytics in the forefront of industry thought leadership.
Roger is a prolific blogger and frequent keynote speaker at industry events. He is on the advisory boards of AutomobilityLA (part of the L.A. Auto Show), MaaS America, the Car Sharing Association, and the ITU?s Future Networked Car event (which takes place annually at the Geneva Motor Show). Roger's industry leadership has been recognized by induction in the TU-Auto Hall of Fame (Informa). Roger holds an AB in English from Dartmouth College.
Alex Sabatier is currently leading GPU AI adoption and development in Walmart. He has been a part of NVIDIA for around nine years working on all the new advancements of artificial intelligence. Sabatier went to college at Polytech Montpelliar and from there travelled around the world pursuing changes in his career. He has experience in sales and business development and extensive experience with different computer operating systems. Sabatier worked as an engineer in France for around ten years before signing on to NVIDIA and he will be sharing his experience working with AI and what he thinks is coming in the future.
Brian Womack is a staff writer at the Dallas Business Journal, a local newspaper company. Womack went to college at the University of Oregon where he obtained his journalism degree. He then took up a job at multiple different newspaper companies before landing a job as a reporter for Bloomberg. He worked there for nine years before deciding to move to Dallas and join the business journal. He is an experienced journalist in covering business and technology. As a tech reporter he will be moderating the discussion on AI developments.