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This will be hosted as an in-person event at Santa Clara Convention Center on May 12th
If you are around, please don’t miss the opportunity to listen to one of our experts discuss the role played by data in the definition of the AI/ML systems and whether it should be considered as IP and underneath which conditions.
Title: IoT Data as IP
Speaker: Marc Canel, Vice President of Strategy & Security, Imagination Technologies
Date/Time: May 12th, 1:30 – 1:50 pm PDT
As computing shifts to include data-based computing, new design processes are emerging and to train AI/ML engines, data is required. This data may be widely available such as images of the objects that the system is expected to recognize, and it may not be proprietary. But in many cases, the data may come from the operations of a highly complex industrial process, or the internal operations of a car or the metadata extracted from an SoC or a network. Such data requires a lot of work to get extracted and fed into the AI/ML system that will track the operations of the system under watch. It is highly valuable, and it will influence the operations of the AI/ML process. This presentation will discuss the role played by data in the definition of the AI/ML systems and whether it should be considered as IP and underneath which conditions.
Marc has extensive experience in the mobile device market, having driven software projects for the past 25 years with a focus on how mobile devices work within the enterprise sector. In his previous role as vice president IoT security strategy & systems with Arm Inc., he paved the way for the next generation of security architectures to become the foundation for enterprise applications in a connected world. He also promoted the definition of trust systems and standards for devices on the internet and defined the architecture for the next generation root of trust for applications in devices. Additional experience includes positions as vice president software & security systems with Qualcomm and technology manager of networking software with IBM.
He is the former Chair of the GSA IoT Security Working Group and holds a Master’s degree in computer science, mathematics from the Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble.