mCloud Technologies Corp (CVE:MCLD) (OTCQB:MCLDF) has said its annual user conference will be held virtually and look at how new technology can make businesses "better, faster and more resilient".
The artificial intelligence (AI) and IoT (Internet of Things) focused firm told investors that this year's mCloud Connect 2020 will be held from September 21 to 23 as a live-streamed virtual event. It will address the role that digital transformation and new connected technologies will play in operating assets and critical infrastructure in a post coronavirus (COVID-19) world.
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"mCloud Connect brings together many of the world's foremost asset and infrastructure experts to tackle the most important issues facing businesses today," Dr Barry Po, mCloud's president of Connected Solutions and its chief marketing officer said in a statement.
"This event will be a fantastic chance to get insight into how technologies, including IoT, AI, and 3D digital twins, are set to make every business better, faster, and more resilient to the unexpected," he added.
The keynote speaker is Jennifer Zhu Scott. Recognized as a global AI leader and researcher, she is the founder of Radian Partners, a member of the World Economic Forum, one of the 2018 Forbes World's Top 50 Women in Tech, and served as a consultant on HBO's Silicon Valley.
Also returning to the conference is Sarah Backhouse as emcee, the executive director of the finance, communications, and sustainability communities at World 50.
Registration for mCloud Connect is free and available on the company's website. click HERE.
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