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Webinar on Artificial Intelligence bringing major changes to food supply chain: are you keeping up with the trend?
June 5 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm CDT$159 – $199
AI is a controversial but undeniable force moving into the food supply chain management, and understanding the basics and trends is critical to your company’s ability to meet new customer and market demands. Our upcoming webinar discusses the basic concepts of artificial intelligence and its use in operations and supply chain planning.
The webinar covers the following key areas:
- Different food supply chain segments impacted
- How close is AI to us today
- Key software integration requirements for the use of artificial intelligence in operations and supply chain planning
Understand basic concepts of artificial intelligence
Learn about some of the players and how they are planning and working together with artificial intelligence in supply chain management
Review currently available AI food supply chain solutions
Take a look into future AI products and solutions
Understand who is investing in what and why
Understand the potentials for success and failure
WHO WILL BENEFIT
CEOs, VPs and Directors in food supply companies
Food processors, distributors, retailers, transporters, distributors and restaurant chains
IT Personnel in food supply companies
Food safety and quality specialists
Dr. John Ryan is a certified Preventive Controls Qualified Individual (PQCI) specialized in food safety process control and food safety plan validation. He has 20+ years of professional experience.
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