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Data Analytics with Terry Hickey

The MS2Discovery Interdisciplinary Research Institute Seminar

Speaker

Terry Hickey, CIBC Data Studio

Terry Hickey is the Chief Analytics Officer at CIBC and part of the Direct Banking, Innovation and Analytics team. In this role, Mr. Hickey and his team are responsible for leading and accelerating the adoption of AI and analytics and curation of client data within CIBC.

Prior to joining CIBC, Mr. Hickey was the Vice President and Partner that lead AI, Analytics and Quantum Computing for IBM GBS Globally. He has also lead digital, contact centres, and outsourcing for IBM in Canada. Mr. Hickey is a member of CIBC’s Innovation Council, and the CIBC lead for Catalyst Canada. He is an active speaker and presenter globally on AI, digital and user experience.

Mr. Hickey holds an MBA from the Rotman School of Management and received his first patent earlier this year for Blockwise extraction of document metadata.

Title

Data Analytics with Terry Hickey

Abstract

With the potential of data changing the way all companies make business decisions, the demand for data and analytics talent has never been greater. Join us on October 31 to learn more about how organizations are leveraging analytics, artificial intelligence (AI), and data science in their businesses today. In the discipline of data science, learn more about how experts work with teams and data programs to gather and analyze data to solve simple and complex business problems. The ability to extract meaning from data will be foundational to future leaders across all leading organizations.

Learn more about:
  • Roles that exist in analytics
  • Skills required for an analytics role
  • Companies that are looking for data talent
  • Tips to prepare you for a career in analytics
  • The future of analytics and AI.

Further details are at http://www.ms2discovery.wlu.ca/seminar/18_10_31.html

Refreshments will be provided.

For more information please visit us at http://ms2discovery.wlu.ca/ms2events

Date

Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Time

4 p.m.

Location

LH2066 (Lazaridis Hall, Room 2066)