Webinar Alert! Discover Lowe’s AI and ML Prowess at the TechSprint

Webinar Alert! Discover Lowe’s AI and ML Prowess at the TechSprint
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Global retail tech giant Lowe’s, in collaboration with Analytics India Magazine, is launching an exclusive webinar, ‘Lowe’s AI and ML Prowess,’ as a part of their ongoing TechSprint series on September 15, 2022, from 11:00 AM -12:00 PM. The webinar would showcase the company’s latest advancements in AI/ML, alongside touching upon some of the challenges, solutions, work culture, career opportunities and more at Lowe’s. 

At Lowe’s, AI/ML is prevalent at every touchpoint, creating intelligent products to enhance customer experience. It drives functions from the supply chain side to the demand side. In this webinar, the industry experts will dive deep into their AI/ML journey, along with the impact they deliver in everyday operations, highlighting differences between the home improvement industry and the retail industry, work culture, career trajectory, and future roadmap. 

Listen to them talk about the work culture, career trajectories, and what Lowe’s tech prowess is made up of at the webinar.

The webinar will cover:

  • How Lowe’s is solving real-time data science and engineering problems 
  • Impact delivered by Lowe’s using AI/ML solutions 
  • How home improvement industry is different from the retail industry 
  • Team culture and career opportunities at Lowe’s
  • The way forward 

Date: September 15, 2022

Time: 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

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Who should attend? 

  • Chief information officers
  • Chief Technology/Data officers
  • C-level executives
  • Vice President of engineering
  • Vice President of technology
  • Head of data
  • Head of technology
  • Digital transformation leaders and similar profiles

Key Speakers: 

Isaac Mathew, Senior Director, Technology (DACI) at Lowe’s Companies, Inc.

An IIT Madras and IIM Calcutta alumni, Mathew has over 15+ years of experience in data science, machine learning, deep learning, and more. Before Lowe’s, he worked with companies like Boston Consulting Group, Walmart, Infosys and others in senior management roles. At Lowe’s, he leads the analytics and AI initiatives, streamlining the business processes, logistics, supply chain optimisation, and others. 

Swaroop Shivaram, Director, Data Science at Lowe’s Companies, Inc.

Shivaram is a multi-skilled professional with 15+ years of experience in product development. His expertise lies in video cameras, surveillance, and video analytics. Before joining Lowe’s, he worked with companies like Target and Honeywell. He specialises in building and managing enterprise-scale video and vision platforms. 

Date: September 1, 2022

Time: 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM

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Amit Raja Naik
Amit Raja Naik is a seasoned technology journalist who covers everything from data science to machine learning and artificial intelligence for Analytics India Magazine, where he examines the trends, challenges, ideas, and transformations across the industry.

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