Upcoming Event:

Berkeley-Haas Chief Innovation Officers Roundtable

Chief Guests:


Steve Todd

Date:

December 1, 2017

Time:

11:45am – 2:00pm

Location:

Dell EMC Executive Briefing Center, 5450 Great America Pkwy, Santa Clara, CA 95054

 

Table Topic: The Future of Data Value

Abstract: The monetization of data has led to a deeper look into the actual value of data. Dr. Jim Short of the San Diego Supercomputer Center has spent the last three years exploring data’s value and recently published his findings in MIT’s Sloan Management Review. This session will focus on some of the key findings from this study, step through several use cases of assigning value to data (economic or otherwise), and take a look at emerging data marketplaces and the role of cryptocurrencies in relation to data’s value.

 


Table Chairs:  Solomon Darwin, Garwood Center for Corporate Innovation

 


About the Speaker:

Steve Todd

Fellow, Dell Technologies

Steve Todd is a software engineer and inventor for Dell EMC with over 170 patents granted by the USPTO.  He earned Bachelors and Masters Degrees in Computer Science from the University of New Hampshire. His inventions have generated tens of billions of dollars in revenue for Dell EMC. Steve is a Dell EMC Fellow and currently serves as the Vice President of Strategy and Innovation in the Office of the CTO, with a research emphasis on multicloud solutions, data value, and blockchain.
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Agenda


 

11:45am Arrival & Networking
12:00pm Welcome & Introduction: Solomon Darwin, Table Chair
followed by buffet lunch
12:10pm Introduction of the Chief Guest Speaker: Vice President, Ken Durazzo, Chief Technology Office
12:15pm   Speaker & Presentation: Dell EMC Fellow, Steve Todd
1:45pm Discussion, Recap and Announcements
2:00pm Session Ends

 

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