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The Retail Analytics Council and Platt Retail Institute present the second annual Retail Robotics and AI Conference, which will take place on April 11-12, 2019, at the Hilton Orrington Hotel in Evanston, IL (next to the Northwestern University campus). The Conference will focus on implementing and executing retail AI strategies, as well as exploring emerging trends in retail robotics. Presentations by leading academics and retailers include:
- U.S.-China Retailers, Consumer Trends, and AI
- Observations on the State of Retail Technology and AI
- How to Implement a Retail Analytics Function
- Advanced Analytics in Customer-Centric Strategies
- How Bayesian Network Leaning is Applied in Marketing
- Data Privacy
- Robots in Retail Competition Presentations
- Robust Perception for Robotics Systems
- Intelligent Automation
- Current Retail Robot Applications and Benefits
- Future Retail Robot Applications
Attendance is open to retailers by invitation only and is limited to 150 participants. This includes Retail Analytics Council Advisory Board members, C-level executives, academics, and leaders in the industry. The format is educational, knowledge advancement-based, with many opportunities to interact with the presenters and attendees. The Conference offers a unique opportunity to participate in the development of the retail industry’s research and technology through interaction with academics and professionals by means of expert panel discussions.
Summary of Key Dates
- August 14, 2018. Early Bird Registration begins. See https://robots.law.miami.edu/2019for further information.
- Sept 4, 2018. Submission portal opens. See https://robots.law.miami.edu/2019 for further information.
- Nov 5, 2018. Call for papers and demos closes. All proposals submitted by this date will be treated equally.
- Dec. 17, 2018. We aim to have responses to paper and demo proposals by this date. Watch https://robots.law.miami.edu/2019 further information.
- Jan 14, 2019. Portal opens for submission of poster proposals.
- Jan 14 2019. Early bird registration closes.
- March 8, 2019. Call for posters closes, but acceptances may be offered on a rolling basis (i.e. it may be beneficial to submit earlier).
- March 14, 2019. Full papers due. They will be posted online here at the conference web site unless otherwise agreed.
- April 5, 2019. Advance registration closes.
- April 10, 2019. We Robot Workshops, University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL, USA.
- April 11-12, 2019. We Robot Conference, University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL, USA. (Note – poster session on April 11.)
Gain a deep understanding of global data protection laws and get better clarity on how it really affects your organisation and AML
activities. Despite the GDPR being implemented during May 2018, a lot of uncertainty and confusion exists with respect to its
application and how organisations can effectively evidence compliance. In the majority of cases, GDPR implementation projects and other data protection compliance initiatives are on-going.
Complying with laws governing privacy and cross-border data flows has never been more complicated. As the GDPR and other privacy
laws become more stringent and people become more aware of their rights, organisations need to be ready for challenges such as
requests for personal data, complaints about data processing and supervisory authority investigations. You cannot afford to hit the
snooze button on your GDPR compliance programme any longer.
The “Managing AML Challenges in a Data Protection World” course is an excellent environment for AML and financial service
professionals to come together to discuss their challenges, compare approaches and gain detailed insight into interpretation of the GDPR and related laws how to put data protection requirements into practice.
Delivered by AML/CTF and privacy subject matter experts, GDPR professionals and Data Protection Officers who have experience
formulating GDPR and other global privacy compliance strategies for a number of global organisations. The course is designed to be
easy to understand (and easy to implement) and suitable for professionals in any industry that handle personal data and who need
a better understanding of how GDPR will affect their business. To deliver the GDPR in a coherent way, a fictitious financial service
business will be used (with emphasis on AML/CTF/KYC considerations) in the case studies and scenarios as part of the worked examples. The considerations in each of the worked examples are relevant to many industries and departments.
You may be looking to gain a better knowledge of the GDPR, kick-start a data protection project, evaluate your own GDPR
implementation methods or looking for ways to improve existing initiatives. Whatever the reason, the “Managing AML Challenges in
a Data Protection World” are designed to provide you with practical and actionable GDPR compliance advice and guidance.
Due to the interactive nature of the GDPR course, places will be limited.
Members only event that gathers Future of Privacy Forum’s (FPF) leading academic, advocacy, and corporate stakeholders. By invitation only. For FPF membership information, please contact Barbara Kelly at [email protected].
One and half day conference to day help you work constructively with Ireland’s Data Protection Commission.
Key Issues Covered:
– Demonstrating GDPR and DP Act compliance
– Handling complex access requests
– Enforcement and defending your reputation
– International transfers of personal data
Speakers include Helen Dixon, Data Protection Commissioner, Ireland