Industrial AI – How Innovation Solves Today’s Supply Chain Challenges

Tuesday, Jun 7, 2022

Unpredictable events as they have happened in the last two years have shown us how vulnerable and essential global supply chains are for continued economic growth in the western world. Particularly, Germany and the US as major exporters and consumers of manufactured goods rely on steady, stable industrial output. This conversation between experts will focus on how AI can mitigate the gaps that have surfaced through Covid-19, supply chain disruptions, inflation and war as well as which opportunities for increased efficiencies exist to decouple our reliance on fragile systems.

Target Audience

Exploring the massive opportunity right at the intersection of Artificial Intelligence and Supply Chains

Format:            Virtual Panel Discussion
Platform:         Zoom Webinar
Length:             1 hour
Date:                Tuesday, June 7th, 10AM PT | 1PM EDT | 7PM CET

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Parham Shahidi Parham Shahidi | Machine Learning Quality Engineer at Apple
Brad Myers Brad Myers | Executive VP & COO at Amsted Digital Solutions
Simon Tuechelmann Simon Tuechelmann| CEO and Co-Founder, KREATIZE GmbH
Mike Roshchin, PhD Mike Roshchin, PhD | CTO, Energy & Industrial Assets, EMEA,
Matthias HierlemannMatthias Hierlemann
VP, GM Technology Enablement Group, Intel



This event is organized by

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The Transatlantic AI eXchange is a platform that aims at accelerating and expanding the global economic, social and academic leadership of the US and Germany in the human-machine economy.

Through webinars, workshops, conferences and one-to-one coachings, the Transatlantic AI eXchange fosters exchange on AI and creates the grounds for entrepreneurs, researchers, investors and policymakers to build long-term partnerships. Thereby, the Transatlantic AI eXchange supports the ambitions of the German government’s $6 billion “AI made in Germany” strategy and the US calls for “techno-democracies” to join forces globally.