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Distinguished ACM Speaker:
Biplav Srivastava
Based in NY, USA

Bio:

Dr. Biplav Srivastava is a Senior Researcher & Master Inventor, IBM Research and an ACM Distinguished Scientist and Distinguished Speaker. His research deals with enabling people to make rational decisions despite real world complexities of poor data, changing goals and limited resources.  His expertise is in Artificial Intelligence, Services and Sustainability, and has over 20 years of experience, primarily in research, working with collaborators, customers, governments and universities around the world, resulting in many science firsts and commercial innovations, 100+ papers and 35+ US patents issued.
His current focus is on how AI techniques can be used along with open data and APIs for real world usage applications in Smart City (Sustainability) and enterprise integration. As part of this, he represented IBM at W3C’s working group on Government Linked Data. Previously, he had explored 
influential services discovery and composition techniques in this space.

Biplav received Ph.D. in 2000 and M.S. in 1996 from Arizona State University, USA and B.Tech. in 1993 from IIT-BHU, India, all in Computer Science.  He actively participates in professional services globally including running the ‘AI in India’ virtual Google group, organizing conference tracks, workshops and tutorials, and as a Program Committee member for more than 50 events.

More details can be found at:  https://sites.google.com/site/biplavsrivastava/.


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