IBM Cloud Innovation Exchange
Today, every company is becoming an AI company – not because they can, but because they must. Underpinned by hybrid cloud, companies are leveraging advanced technologies such as AI, IoT and blockchain to transform their business and industries and build competitive advantage.
On Tuesday 12 November, please join IBM Chairman, President and CEO, Ginni Rometty, senior IBM executives, and Australian business and technology leaders at the IBM Cloud Innovation Exchange for an interactive discussion on the technologies that are changing the world.
In our opening keynote session, Ginni Rometty will be joined by Australian business leaders who will share how they are scaling AI throughout their organisations and leveraging next-generation hybrid multicloud platforms, all while ensuring new levels of trust for their customers.
Following the keynote, the afternoon breakout sessions will provide an opportunity to deep dive into technology and engage with local and global technical experts.
Join us at the IBM Cloud Innovation Exchange and become inspired by what’s possible with the power of hybrid cloud, data and AI.
Virginia M. (Ginni) Rometty
Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, IBM
Virginia M. (Ginni) Rometty is chairman, president and chief executive officer of IBM.
Since becoming CEO in January 2012, Ginni has led IBM through the most significant transformation in its history, reinventing the company to lead in the new era of AI, blockchain, cybersecurity, and quantum technologies, all delivered on IBM’s enterprise-strength cloud platform. Today, IBM is the world leader in AI and cloud computing for business, underpinned with trust and security.
Under Ginni’s leadership, IBM has helped ensure that society is prepared for a new era of data. This includes equipping workers for “new collar” job roles in emerging technology fields; being the first company to publish long-held principles of trust for AI, data responsibility, and data transparency; and advancing IBM’s commitment to diversity and inclusion.
Beginning her career with IBM in 1981, Ginni has held a series of leadership positions, including the successful integration of PricewaterhouseCoopers Consulting.
She has a Bachelor of Science degree with high honors in computer science and electrical engineering from Northwestern University. She serves on the Council on Foreign Relations, the board of trustees of Northwestern University, and the boards of overseers and managers of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.
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