Ginni Rometty will present her vision on the future of business and technology at the keynote.
Ginni Rometty is the Chairman, President and CEO of IBM. Rometty will be coming to the CES 2016 for a keynote. The news was announced by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) today.
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Rometty will deliver a keynote address at the consumer’s convention. The keynote is scheduled for Wednesday the 6th of January, 2016 at 4:30 PM. The keynote will occur in the Venetian’s Palazzo Ballroom at Las Vegas, Nevada.
Gary Shapiro the president and CEO of CTA announced the news. According to Shapiro IBM has continued to innovate at the intersection of technology and business.
IBM has a history of unlocking not just new products and services, but new eras. Shapiro even went on to say IBM is even changing the way we think through their cognitive systems. The cognitive systems by IBM will understand reason and learn from unlimited data.
“IBM continues to innovate at the intersection of technology and business, with a history of unlocking not just new products and services, but new eras ,” said Gary Shapiro.
“Today, with Watson, they are changing the way we think. These cognitive systems will understand, reason and learn from the world's new natural resource: data. Ginni has such an entrepreneurial spirit – we welcome her insight to the CES keynote stage, where she will present her vision for the future of business and technology.”
Ginni Rometty has led IBM with an entrepreneurial spirit. The CES 2016 is welcoming Rometty to the CES keynote stage. Rometty will discuss her vision for the future of business and technology on the stage.
Ginni Rometty joined IBM in 1981 at Detroit, MI. in 2012 Rometty was named the chairman of IBM. Before that Rometty held a series of senior leadership positions at IBM. Rometty has been leading IBM in innovations such as Watson and cloud.
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Such innovations will bring about a new era of cognitive business in the world. The CTA (Consumer Technology Association) has been hosting CES for the past 40 years. In 2016 CES 3600 exhibitors and 150,000 attendees will be present.