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Conversations Conference 2019

Conversations Conference

TOPICS COVERED
Voice commerce, NLP, GameDev, machine learning, voice UI lifehacks, speech analytics
NOVEMBER 26/19
MOSCOW, RUSSIA

The main stage for AI insights

SPEAKERS
Retailers, fintech, telecom and isurance market players, IT-giants, vendors, researchers
ATTENDANCE
700+ participants, 72% executives
Conversations stats
650+

executives, managers, analysts
350+

developers, data scientists, computational linguisuts
70+

talks: reports, workshops, case studies
800K

Total audience reach

Don't miss the core insights for conversational AI

Business Track agenda and speakers
Kirill Petrov
Managing Director, Just AI
BUSINESS. Section 1
The uniqueness of Russian Conversational AI market: players, trends, forecasts
Ben Stanton
Senior Analyst, Canalys
BUSINESS. Section 1
Global voice prospectives for 2020: smart speakers, displays, what's next?
Andrey Konshin
Head of Projects in Customer Service, MegaFon
BUSINESS. Section 2
Voice robots in telecom. A story of one project, from rolling out a pilot project to an agile team
Kirill Elsukov
Head of Project Office,
BNP Paribas CARDIF
BUSINESS. Section 2
Cardi is a human's buddy. How we've been implementing a voice robot in insurance and what we've achieved
Leonid Kolybin
Senior Analyst, Tinkoff
BUSINESS. Section 2
At least, be human! A guide to development a superhuman-conversive chatbot
Igor Mikhnenko
Co-founder, Chief Design Officer, Design House NotAnotherOne
BUSINESS. Section 1
Voice assistants in the audio AR era. How? Why? What to expect?
Nikolay Trzhaskal
Chief Development Officer, MTS AI Center
BUSINESS. Section 1
The way virtual assistants are reshaping users' lives
Egor Payusov
Country Transformation Manager Russia, Tikkurila
BUSINESS. Section 3
Paint Expert 24/7: how Tikkurila has launched the first chatbot on construction market
Maxim Ali
Head of Intellectual Property Practice and Data Protection Law, Maxima Legal
BUSINESS. Section 2
Users' privacy VS voice assistants. How not to get burned on Russian laws?
Evgenia Karavan
CEO, DM Global
BUSINESS. Section 2
How AI helps businesses grow CLTV
Galina Haustova
CEO, Managing Partner, Telemarketing Academy
BUSINESS. Section 2
Robot in staff. Are contact centers ready for changes? Managing human and machine resources in contact centers
Artem Semenov
Project Manager of Customer Service Development and Support Department, Otkritie Bank
BUSINESS. Section 2
Collaboration with MIPT
How to choose a vendor to develop a virtual operator for Bank's customers: defining technologies and launching tender process
Maxim Pavlov
Senior Research Scientist at AI Business Solutions Lab, MIPT
BUSINESS. Section 2
Collaboration with Otkritie Bank
How to choose a vendor to develop a virtual operator for Bank's customers: defining technologies and launching tender process
Boris Zingerman
Head of Digital Medicine, INVITRO
BUSINESS. Section 3
Conversational AI in telehealth: the two hypes around one topic
Roman Doronin
CEO, EORA
BUSINESS. Section 3
Collaboration with Dodo Pizza. "Get me The Empror!". How we managed to automate Dodo Pizza's contact center
Alexey Medvedovskiy
Head of IT, Dodo Pizza
BUSINESS. Section 3
Collaboration with EORA. "Get me The Empror!". How we managed to automate Dodo Pizza's contact center
Igor Pivovarov
Head of Organizational Committee, OpenTalks.AI
BUSINESS. Section 3
Russian AI and NLP landscape
Business Track schedule
9:00 - 10:00 AM
Registration

Main Stage
Section 1.
trends and analytics
10:00 AM
The uniqueness of Russian Conversational AI market: players, trends, forecasts (Kirill Petrov, Just AI)

10:30 AM
Global voice prospectives for 2020: smart speakers, displays, what's next? (Ben Stanton, Canalys)

10:50 AM
Voice assistants in the audio AR era. How? Why? What to expect? (Igor Mikhnenko, NotAnotherOne)

11:15 AM
Users' privacy VS voice assistants. How not to get burned on Russian laws? (Maxim Ali, Maxima Legal)

11:40 AM
The way virtual assistants are reshaping users' lives (Nikolay Trzhaskal, MTS AI Center)

12:05 — 12:25 AM
Coffee break

Main Stage
section 1. Part 2
conversational ai for large enterprises: outbound calls, chatbots, automation
12:25 AM
Russian AI and NLP landscape (Igor Pivovarov, OpenTalks.AI)

12:50 AM
At least, be human! A guide to development a superhuman-conversive chatbot (Leonid Kolybin, Tinkoff)

1:15 PM
Robot in staff. Are contact centers ready for changes? Managing human and machine resources in contact centers (Galina Haustova, Telemarketing Academy)

1:40 PM
How AI helps businesses grow CLTV (Evgenia Karavan, DM Global)

Main Stage
section 2. Part 1
conversational ai for large enterprises: outbound calls, chatbots, automation
12:50 AM
Voice robots in telecom. A story of one project, from rolling out a pilot project to an agile team (Andrey Konshin, Head of Projects in Customer Service, MegaFon)

1:15 PM
At least, be human! A guide to development a superhuman-conversive chatbot (Leonid Kolybin, Tinkoff)

1:40 PM
Robot in staff. Are contact centers ready for changes? Managing human and machine resources in contact centers (Galina Haustova, Telemarketing Academy)

3:05 PM
How AI helps businesses grow CLTV (Evgenia Karavan, DM Global)

2:30 — 3:45 PM
Lunch
Main Stage
section 2. Part 2
conversational ai for large enterprises: outbound calls, chatbots, automation
3:45 PM
How to choose a vendor to develop a virtual operator for Bank's customers: defining technologies and launching tender process
(Collaborative talk: Artem Semenov, Project Manager of Customer Service Development and Support Department, Otkritie Bank. Maxim Pavlov, Senior Research Scientist at AI Business Solutions Lab, MIPT)
Main Stage
section 3. part 1
Figures, Cases, Real-world examples
4:10 PM
Cardi is a human's buddy. How we've been implementing a voice robot in insurance and what we've achieved (Kirill Elsukov, CARDI)

4:35 — 4:55 PM
Coffee break
Main Stage
section 3. part 2
Figures, Cases, Real-world examples
4:55 PM
Paint Expert 24/7: how Tikkurila has launched the first chatbot on construction market (Egor Payusov, Country Transformation Manager, Tikkurila)

5:20 PM
"Get me The Empror!". How we managed to automate Dodo Pizza's contact center
(Roman Doronin, EORA; Alexey Medvedovsky, Dodo Pizza)

5:45 PM
Conversational AI in telehealth: the two hypes around one topic (Boris Zingerman, INVITRO)

7:00 PM
Atmospheric party with jazz and wine
Developers' Track agenda and speakers
Dmitry Chechetkin
Co-founder and Head of Strategic Projects, Just AI
DEVELOPERS. Section 1
What is wrong with your voice assistant?
Alexey Kondratenko
CEO, Speech Analytics
DEVELOPERS. Section 2
Speech Analytics capabilities for voice robots fast pumping: 100% control, error correction, insight research
Daria Serdiuk
NLP Research Engineer, Just AI
DEVELOPERS. Section 2
Building prompter bot using transformers: almost the Terminator...but not
Pavel Gvay
Founder and CEO, tortu.io
DEVELOPERS. Section 1
Designing VUI — team, tasks, tools and processes
Stepan Grankin
Senior Programmer, Aeroclub IT
DEVELOPERS. Section 2
Several hacks for stronger voice skills
Dmitriy Savchenko
Head of Digital Transformation
Digital Mind Research Center
DEVELOPERS. Section 3
Voice assistant with multiple personalities. The new approach to sentiment imitation and designing your digital sales manager
Mikhail Rakutko
Head of Digital Transformation
Digital Mind Research Center
DEVELOPERS. Product Demo
Voice assistant with multiple personalities. The new approach to sentiment imitation and designing your digital sales manager
Sergei Gorokhov
Head of AI Laboratory, DPD
DEVELOPERS. Section 3
Chatbots breeding and grooming
Nikita Semenov
Senior Developer, NLP Team lead, MTS AI Center
DEVELOPERS. Section 2
WER_e you right?
Elena Pershina
Head of B2B Marketing, new and non-commercial projects, Yandex
DEVELOPERS. Section 1
Alice's new tools for developers and how they can help
Anna Viyugina
Head of Conversational AI for Smart Devices Division, Just AI
DEVELOPERS. Section 1
Collaboration with Indicator. Voice games market prospects
Sergei Gimelreikh
Co-founder of a creative space for developers, Indicator
DEVELOPERS. Section 1
Collaboration with Just AI. Voice games market prospects
Natalia Lukashevich
Doctor of Engineering Science, Lead Researcher, RCC, Moscow State University
DEVELOPERS. Section 1
Automatic extraction of sentiment attitudes based on neural networks
Vadim Chelyshkov
Machine Learning Architect, Yandex.Cloud
DEVELOPERS. Section 2
Speech recognition and synthesis as a service — an introduction for developers
Pavel Gulyaev
Research Scientist, iPavlov
DEVELOPERS. Section 3
Tracking the dialog state in a target-oriented chatbot
Fedor Kireev
CEO, Hotbot.ai
DEVELOPERS. Section 3
Hospitality chatbots that can surprise
Ivan Fursov
Business Analyst, Tinkoff
DEVELOPERS. Section 2
A people's chatbot. Training hints when no big data available
Dmitriy Nalbandyan
Ikigai Agency
DEVELOPERS. Section 3
No more work tonight! Grab Alice — we’re going to Cuba!
Developers' Track schedule
9:00 - 10:00 AM
Registration
Second stage
section 1.
Conversational AI: Development thRUST and prospects
10:00 AM
What is wrong with your voice assistant? (Dmitry Chechetkin, Just AI)

10:30 AM
Automatic extraction of sentiment attitudes based on neural networks (Natalia Lukashevich, Moscow State University)

10:55 AM
Alice's new tools for developers and how they can help (Elena Pershina, Yandex)

11:20 AM
Designing VUI — team, tasks, tools and processes (Pavel Gvay, tortu. io)

11:45 AM
Voice games market prospects
(Collaboration: Anna Viyugina, Just AI; Sergei Gimelreikh, Indicator)
SECOND STAGE
section 2.
CONVERSATIONAL AI Platforms and technologies
12:25 AM
Speech Analytics capabilities for voice robots fast pumping: 100% control, error correction, insight research (Alexey Kondratenko, Speech Analytics)

12:50 AM
A people's chatbot. Training hints when no big data available (Ivan Fursov, Tinkoff)

1:15 PM
WER_e you right? (Nikita Semenov, MTS AI Center)

1:40 PM
Speech recognition and synthesis as a service — an introduction for developers (Vadim Chelyshkov, Yandex.Cloud)

2:05 PM
Building a prompter bot using transformers: almost the Terminator… but not (
Daria Serdiuk, Just AI)
2:30 — 3:15 PM
Lunch
3:15 — 3:45 PM
PRODUCT DEMO
Tools and methods for logs processing automation and training of NLU-models (Mikhail Rakutko, Just AI)
SECOND STAGE
Section 3.
Developers' case studies: experience, sucess, lifehacks
3:45 PM
Chatbots breeding and grooming (Sergei Gorokhov, DPD)

4:10 PM
Voice assistant with multiple personalities. The new approach to sentiment imitation and designing your digital sales manager (Dmitriy Savchenko,
Digital Mind Research Center
)


4:35 PM
Tracking the dialog state in a target-oriented chatbot
(Pavel Gulyaev, iPavlov)
5:00 - 5:15 PM
Coffee break
SECOND STAGE
Section 3.
Developers' case studies: experience, sucess, lifehacks
5:15 PM
Several hacks for stronger voice skills (Stepan Grankin, Aeroclub IT)

5:40 PM
Hospitality chatbots that can surprise (Fedor Kireev, Hotbot.ai)

6:05 PM
No more work tonight! Grab Alice — we're going to Cuba! (Dmitry Nalbandyan, Ikigai)

7:00 PM
Atmospheric party with jazz and wine
Where and when?
November 26/19, Moscow, Russia
Location: Loft Hall #2

November 26th, 2019
Moscow, Russia


ADDRESS
BLD 11, 26, Leninskaya Sloboda Street
Avtozavodskaya metro station
Organized by Mind Craft LLC
Mind Craft LLC is an R&D and vending company focusing on Conversational AI. We are developing NLU chatbots, skills and actions for voice assistants to help business in customer support, HR and helpdesk automation.

Proprietary NLU algorithms make possible to replace partly or mostly human resources with our AI-powered solutions.

We were among AINL Conference founders in 2011. Today it brings together industry innovators, professors, aspiring developers and students from all over the world. AINL's profile has become more scientific.

In 2018 we've launched a brand-new ambitious event, Conversations Conference, a place where companies and developers are finding ready-for-use solutions and technologies.
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