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Remote Collaboration For Event Design
Remote work is usually associated with working from home or away from the office. What if the work or engagement is all about the physical space itself? For example, event designers normally have to interact with suppliers, engineers, and performers on location to make sure a physical space is used to its full potential. Could this type of engagement be done remotely?
Srinivas Krishna, CEO of Geogram, will discuss how they are recreating physical spaces in virtual form, and making it possible for people to remotely collaborate on the same physical experiences from all over the world.
Srinivas Krishna, CEO, Geogram.xyz
How AI Could Enhance Remote Work Meeting Productivity
Remote Work and Play is progressing beyond the confines of talking together in a teleconference format or sharing documents with one other online; it's redefining the way we work and engage with goal-driven teams. In response, the industry is continuing to innovate and find ways to meet the ongoing needs of employer-employee trust, acknowledgement of work well done, meeting retention, and collaborative goal sharing in both remote and in-person settings.
To support this vision, Juan Rivera, VP of Engineering for Microsoft Teams, will share how artificial intelligence could one day be used to make meeting collaborations more productive by capturing the nuances of the discussion, by highlighting priority outcomes, and by keeping teams on track - even if an occasional meeting is missed.
Juan Rivera, VP of Engineering for Microsoft Teams, Microsoft