Para muchas personas, la Inteligencia Artificial es el futuro; pero definitivamente es el presente. Desgranaremos el diseño e implementación de IA en grandes almacenes, con cognitive services registrando a las personas que entren al establecimiento junto al análisis de sus sentimientos, focos de calor, así como también el control y predicción automático del stock y de tasa de abandono de clientes (churn). Todo esto poniéndolo a disposición de los diferentes departamentos gracias a Power BI y desplegando la solución en Azure.
Technical Lead Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning at Bravent. Microsoft MCT
Mario López is a Computer Engineer with more than 8 years of experience in projects using Microsoft technologies. Mario works as Innovation Team Lead in Bravent & Brintia (VeryTI Group) where he leads the projects using the latest technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, IoT, Mixed Reality, etc. Mario’s work consists of the application of the most recent technologies to improve and solve the various problems that big companies face across a range of sectors, to ensure the success of their projects. Mario has worked with important organizations and projects which include: • LaLiga Assistant: Development and implementation of a virtual assistant applying the latest technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Bot Framework, etc. • Real Madrid App: Development and implementation of a new digital transformation platform. • Toyota Gazoo Racing WRC: Design and development of a Mixed Reality application using Microsoft Hololens in world events such as the World Rally Car. • Fnac: Development and integration of a virtual assistant for customer support using Artificial Intelligence technologies. • Otis Elevator Company: development and implementation of the mobility projects and digital transformation of the company. Mario is a lover of new, cutting-edge technologies and his hobby is to test and apply these technologies in different ways to develop new solutions.
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