Ron DiCarlantonio, CEO of iNAGO Inc., will be speaking at Digifest 2019, a 3-day event where the experts, startups, students and designers from all industries come together to share and discuss the future of design and technology. Digifest is organized annually by the Digital Media and Gaming Incubator at George Brown College,
In his keynote talk, Ron will explore the next generation of human-like vehicles and the opportunities that exist to be part of the innovation.
Ron’s keynote talk takes place at Corus Quay Main Atrium (25 Dockside Drive), on Thursday April 25.
iNAGO will also showcase its latest developments on the intelligent assistant platform, “netpeople” including a new deep learning technology, deep NLU (Natural Language Understanding) and predictive recommendations, in Interactive Zone.
Ron Di Carlantonio’s Keynote Talk:
“The Next Generation of Human-Like Vehicles”
April 25, 9:30 am – 10:00 am
Corus Quay Main Atrium, 25 Dockside Drive
Date: April 25-27, 2019
Corus Quay, 25 Dockside Drive, Toronto, ON M5A 1B6
School of Design Waterfront, 130 Queen’s Quay E, Toronto, ON M5A 3Y5
Organizer: Digital Media & Gaming Incubator, School of Design, George Brown College
iNAGO is a leading provider of intelligent conversational assistants for automotive, mobile and home. iNAGO’s netpeople software platform combines natural-language understanding, conversation and artificial intelligence to deliver a human-like experience that is smart, simple and fun.
The netpeople platform enables automotive OEMs to deliver intelligent and safe voice-based interaction in the car. netpeople has been adopted by TOYOTA, Clarion, Fujitsu-Ten and others, enabling them to deliver their own intelligent, conversational automotive services. iNAGO is further expanding its technology to home electronics and consumer services, delivering intelligent assistants with deep product knowledge for manufacturers to make their products more intelligent and intuitive. Seeking automotive OEMs and Tier 1s, and Consumer Electronic Manufacturers.
For details, see www.inago.com.