HPC+AI Wall Street will showcase ‘spooky’ science for financial services

Albert Einstein described quantum mechanics as “frightening action at a distance” due to the unintuitive nature of superposition and quantum entangled particles. It’s a good thing that you don’t need to grasp the intricacies of advanced physics to take advantage of these technologies when applied to real-world practical applications in financial services and other verticals – just like you don’t need an electrical engineering degree. use a conventional computer.

The opening panel of the HPC+ Wall Street conference (September 20-21, New York) delves into the hot topic of quantum computing, which could bring massive competitive advantage to many financial services applications such as portfolio optimization, risk management, secure communications and much more.

Four expert panelists will provide advice aimed at helping companies begin to develop quantum readiness strategies. The panel will be moderated by John Russell, one of HPCwire’s editors and the editor of our new quantum-focused microsite and newsletter, QCwire.

Each panelist will speak briefly about an area of ​​interest, explains Russell. Basically, they will look at 1) QC investment trends – where the money is flowing is often an important indicator of segment dynamics – 2) QC vendor community and use cases, 3) some early deployments quantum computing – at this stage not one is using quantum computing in a production environment, but many public and private projects are underway, 4) We also have a global futurist in the panel, which should be interesting listening.

Now owned and produced by Tabor Communications, this year’s HPC+AI on Wall Street will be held in person at the Intercontinental Times Square Hotel, September 20-21. The event promises two days of information-rich sessions led by prominent thought leaders and experts, focusing on four themes: quantum computing, HPC, data management and AI – and most importantly, how these areas intersect and converge.

“It’s the convergence paradigm and there’s no frills,” said Tom Tabor, industry watcher and CEO of Tabor Communications. “This program is hyper focused on the future and the convergence of HPC, AI and data. This is one not to be missed.”

Here’s a look at the HPC+AI agenda on Wall Street:

September 20
8:30 a.m. to 8:45 a.m. Welcome and opening remarks
8:45-9:45 am Morning panel: Three analysts and a futurist: Dig into the realities of quantum computing
9:45-10:30 Quantum Keynote, The Best Roadmap for Quantum Computing in a Classical Computing Environment
10:30-11:00 a.m. Break + Exhibitions
11:00-12:00 The future of quantum technology at JP Morgan Chase
12:00 p.m.-1:00 p.m. Panel: Quantum is coming! A conversation about its many implications for finance
13:00-14:00 HPC Luncheon and Keynote: Together We Advance ISP with HPC and AI Solutions
2:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. Break + Exhibitions + 4 Flash presentations
3:00-4:00 Endless Memory: An Overview of CXL for FSI
4:00-5:00 PM Panel: Accelerators for FinServ: What’s Available and Which Fits Your Workload
5:00-6:00 PM Vendor Showdown with Intersect360 Research
6:00 p.m.-7:30 p.m.

September 21
8:30 a.m. to 9:45 a.m. Top 10 Resources for Unlocking the Value of Big Data
9:45-10:30 a.m. Data Management Keynote: Analytics Everywhere: How to Scale and Accelerate Your Data Science and AI in Capital Markets
10:30-11:00 a.m. Break + Exhibitions
11:00-12:00 Intelligent Search Using Computational Storage and Neuromorphic Processing
12:00-13:00 Migrating data lakes and machine learning to the cloud
13:00-14:00 Building and Training Large-Scale AI/ML Models for Operational Efficiency – Challenges and Prescriptive Roadmap
2:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. Break + Exhibitions + 4 Flash presentations
3:00-4:00 PM Panel: The Tao of Open Source AI
4:00-5:00 PM Regulatory and Ethics Planning for AI
5:00-6:00 PM Crossfire Analyst with Intersect360 Research
6:00 p.m. to 6:15 p.m. Closing remarks and draw

Follow this link to see the full HPC+AI schedule on Wall Street.

Notable quotes from a few of the speakers:

“It’s relatively easy to catch up if you fall behind in a typical IT environment. If you fall behind in Quantum, it will be extremely hard to catch up!” —Marco Pistoia, JPMorgan Chase

“HPC powers financial services, but quantum computing will deliver far greater (competitive) advantages to those who are prepared for it.” — Jay Boisseau, Dell Technologies

“Rather than vilifying interest in quantum as hype, let’s encourage sustained and thoughtful investment in space.” — Alex Challans, Quantum Insider

“Discover how you can take advantage of quantum computing, even without trashing your entire HPC infrastructure.” — Sam Mugel, PhD, Multiverse Computing

“Quantum computing will create financial opportunity measured not in billions or trillions, but in quadrillions and quintillions.” —William ‘whurley’ Hurley, Strangeworks

“It’s not about general use, it’s about a generally specialized area. Speed ​​up the good stuff! —Ryan Quick, Providentia Worldwide

“Hidden in the mounds of data is knowledge that could revolutionize your business. AI shows you how. — Arti Garg, HPE

“Open source solutions fuel adaptability and innovation, but fall far short of solving AI transparency issues.” — Alexei Zhukov, EPAM

“They say data is the new oil, but AI is the refinery that turns this raw resource into its most usable by-products.” —Bob Gaines, Intel

“AI remains a competitive advantage for organizations, but emerging ethical considerations are changing how we use it.” —Traci Gusher, EY (Ernst & Young)

“Quantum computing is a marathon race and we only covered the first 300 meters.” – Bob Sorensen, Hyperion Research

Also in attendance are Harvey Stein (Senior Vice President, Research Analytics and Methodology, Two Sigma); Steve Yatko (CEO, Oktay Technology); Dino Vitale (Engineer Emeritus, Infrastructure Technology Solutions Cloud Engineering Team, TD Bank Group); Heather West (research manager, infrastructure systems, platforms and technologies, IDC); Dan Olds (Research Director, Intersect360 Research); Robert Hormuth (Corporate Vice President, Architecture and Strategy of the Data Center Solutions Group, AMD); Steve Scargall (CXL consortium member and senior product manager and software architect, MemVerge); Aparna Prabhakar (VP Quantum Partner & Alliances, IBM); Alex Woodie (editor, Datanami); William Cunningham (Lead Quantum Software, Agnostiq); Thierry Pellegrino (SVP and President, Penguin Solutions); Kurt Kuckein (Vice President of Marketing, DDN); Marc Fisher (Solutions Architect, Lenovo); Monica Livingston (Senior Director, Artificial Intelligence and Graphics Sales, Intel); Eric Hunter (Global Futurist, Head of Innovation Futures, Chief Technology Innovation Officer, Bradford & Barthel, LLP) – and more.

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