April 13, 2022 | Boston, MA and Virtual

Intelligent Automation: Creating the Workforce of The Future

Can tech tackle the labor shortage? Join leading executives across industries to discuss how businesses can employ innovative digital solutions to drive efficiency, accelerate product innovation, and improve customer experience. Attend in person or online.

About the Event

The Bloomberg Intelligent Automation Roadshow takes a deep dive into creating the workforce of the future. From mass relocations to resignations and changes in processes, the workforce looks very different from two years ago, and will continue to rapidly shift. To adapt to a new normal and meet demands from both employees and customers — businesses are turning to technology solutions, such as intelligent automation to accomplish more with less and close the labor gap. AI solutions take workplace efficiency further, from customer management solutions for financial services to accelerating product innovation in the life sciences.

We’ll convene leaders in person in Boston across finance, biotech and more to discuss how they are applying the latest innovations in intelligent automation to combat the labor shortage and drive efficiency throughout the enterprise.

Register Now for Intelligent Automation: April 13 in Boston and Virtual

Our Agenda

9:00 AM – 10:00 AM EDT – Registration & Networking Breakfast

10:00 AM EDT – Welcome Remarks

  • Janet Wu, Anchor& Reporter, Bloomberg

10:05 AM EDT – Opening Remarks

  • Matt Kosinski, Vice President, Data & AI and Automation, Americas, IBM

10:10 AM EDT – Enabling Efficiency: How Much Work Can be Automated 

When it comes to workforce transformation, there’s no question automation wields great influence. Nearly all occupations will be affected by automation, but how much work can be fully automated? In this panel leaders will explore fundamental changes occurring in their organizations and where automation will have the most impact. How are digital solutions improving operations and profitability? What are the challenges to implementation, manage IT overload and combat social apprehension?

  • Amy Brady, Chief Information Officer KeyBank
  • Brad Sorenson, Senior Vice President of Global Supply Chain at Boston Scientific
  • Moderator: Mandeep Singh, CFA, Senior Analyst – Technology, Bloomberg Intelligence

10:35 AM EDT – Sponsor Spotlight

10:45 AM EDT – Bloomberg Intelligence Presentation: How Could Metaverse Enable Automation & Transform Work

The metaverse is coming and will transform how we work, where we work, and the jobs we can do. Major enterprises have already started to embrace Metaverse technologies to simulate experiences in the virtual world before moving into the physical world to optimize production, reduce labor costs and upskill employees. In this session we’ll explore technological accelerations that are paving the way to a new reality and the role automation plays in the metaverse.

  • Presenter: Mandeep Singh, CFA, Senior Analyst – Technology, Bloomberg Intelligence

11:00 AM EDT – AI, Data, Automation: The Digital Roadmap to Transform Work

In this session, executives discuss the changing nature of work. How data skills will give employees a competitive edge for the future and how strides in digitization and automation will improve workforce operations and accommodate the “work from anywhere” economy.

  • Sears Merritt, Head of Technology & Data, MassMutual
  • Nick Perugini, SVP & CIO, Corporate Functions & Capital Technology, General Electric
  • JoAnn Stonier, Chief Data Officer, Mastercard
  • Moderator: Janet Wu, Anchor & Reporter, Bloomberg

11:25 AM EDT – Closing Remarks

  • Janet Wu, Anchor& Reporter, Bloomberg

11:30 AM EDT – Program Concludes

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