The Google Next 2019 agenda is packed with incredible speakers from a range of industries and backgrounds.
Google executives, marketers, and developers will be sharing the latest updates. Current Google Cloud and G Suite customers will give insights into how they’re using these products to accomplish amazing things.
And last but not least, industry analysts will offer their take on how these advances in technology are changing the nature of work.
Next ‘19 Speakers: Top Picks
You're going to meet many amazing people at Google Next who work in tech, healthcare, education, finance, and more. Of course, this being Google's big annual event, there will also be hundreds of speakers sharing their insights and experiences.
You're going to have to choose whose sessions to attend—and whose to miss. It won't be easy.
But maybe this list will make things a little easier.
Aparna Pappu, VP Engineering, Google Cloud
Don’t miss Aparna Pappu, Google Cloud's VP of Engineering, Apps Collaboration. As a veteran of the tech space (and Google), Aparna has served for a whopping 10+ years at Google and over 20 years in tech. She'll be sharing her rich insights on the cloud—and of course, G Suite's apps—in the Next '19 keynote.
Where to hear Aparna speak:
It's the keynote!
Elie Mélois, CTO, LumApps
Elie's breakout session will give you a chance to learn about the Google-endorsed LumApps product, a holistic intranet platform that houses all corporate content and enterprise tools in one place.
Where to hear Elie speak:
"Enriching Metadata and Taxonomy to Improve Enterprise Search" in BREAKOUT • CP115
Jonathan Poelhuis, Senior Data Scientist, Booking.com
Working on the Data Quality team, Jonathan helps establish data best practices improve data quality. He's also worked with Booking.com's user-facing teams to improve visitor experience, like the Apartments department (which looks to improve the customer and property-manager experience).
Where to hear Jonathan speak:
"BigQuery ML: What's New, and an Exploration With Booking.com on Using It to Assess Data Quality" in BREAKOUT • DA303
William Anderson, Director of Software Engineering, Forbes
From co-founding agencies to guest lecturing at universities, William's programming experience has now led him to Forbes, where he works on cloud architectures, driving cross-department communication, mentoring technical architects and managers, and a whole lot more
Where to hear William speak:
"Forbes' Road to the Cloud" in BREAKOUT • ARC202
Debasish Das, Staff ML Engineer, Credit Karma
Debasish Das leads Credit Karma's Machine Learning Platform and Optimization team. Before joining Credit Karma, Debasish worked at Verizon/Oath, Intel, Synopsys, Magma and Mentor Graphics. He'll be talking about AI in financial services (and maybe he'll even give a sneak peek on his current work such as developing ML workflows for financial product recommendation and user risk modeling).
Where to hear Debasish speak:
"Customer Spotlight: AI in Financial Services" in BREAKOUT • MLAI224
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