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Periscope Data at Collision 2019

We are headed to the fastest-growing tech conference in North America to meet with some of the world’s most disruptive emerging technology companies. Here are details about all the opportunities to interact with Periscope Data at the conference.

Enercare Centre, Toronto | May 20-23, 2019

Visit us at Booth E098 to meet our team and get a custom demo of our BI platform.

For every badge scan at our booth, we’re donating $5 to Canada Learning Code. Stop by and introduce yourself for a good cause.

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Join our Speaking Sessions

Periscope Data’s CEO and co-founder Harry Glaser will be on the Collision stage for two sessions: a fireside chat and a panel discussion. Mark your calendars now to make sure you don’t miss them!

Binate.io Track

Being the Brains Not the Looks

Wednesday, May 22nd

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3:15 p.m. – 3:30 p.m

Harry Glaser

Co-Founder & CEO
Periscope Data

Rani Molla

Data Editor
ReCode

For all the benefits of technology, sometimes it seems that tech is just making our lives more complicated. More tools, more notifications, more distractions. The result is that it’s difficult to rise above it all and do the kind of deep thinking that humans excel at. This panel of tech leaders and experts will discuss their disciplined approaches to finding clarity and focus, as well as the emergence of products intended to reduce noise so humans can realize their potential through focused work.

SaaS Monster Track

Finding Focus and Meaningful Work in a World of Distractions

Thursday, May 23rd

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11:45 a.m. – 12:05 p.m

Harry Glaser

Co-Founder & CEO
Periscope Data

Mathilde Collin

Co-Founder & CEO
Front App

Kasper Hulthin

Co-Founder
Peakon

Dave Smith

Business Insider
(Moderator)

In this session, Harry Glaser will highlight the need for data teams to take responsibility for the moral and ethical implications of AI. In recent years, algorithms have been used dubiously in situations where an imperfect understanding of a data model could have serious consequences if left unchallenged. To solve this problem, the data team has to act as the conscience of the company.