Reimagining the core in life sciences and health care

Participants of the live webcast will be eligible for 1 free CPE credit.

Technology is transforming core functions across the life sciences and health care (LSHC) industry, enabling organizations. How is this helping LSHC companies become more nimble, efficient, and dynamic? We’ll discuss:

The benefits that a digitized core offers to advance both the customer and patient experience, as well as the enterprise.
Sector-specific examples of how core functions are being disrupted across the industry.
Strategies industry leaders can take to reimagine their business and operating models through technologies like the cloud, robotics, and visualization.
Participants will learn how creating a digitized core can advance an organization’s strategy and ultimately deliver on the mission to advance the journey of care.

Robotics and cognitive technologies: More finance transformation

Participants of the live webcast will be eligible for 1 free CPE credit.

Host: Miles Ewing, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP
1 Overview CPE credit: Specialized Knowledge

Fast enough to be practical and cost effective, smart machines are now on the rise virtually everywhere. What does this mean for CFOs and their finance organizations? We’ll discuss:

Five cognitive technologies emerging in finance organizations today, including machine learning, robotic cognitive automation, natural language processing and generation, and speech recognition.
Examples of how these technologies are already transforming finance work and workforces.
Practical steps CFOs can take going forward to put these technologies to work.
Participants will explore results of recent cognitive- and robotics-focused surveys and the rapidly advancing use of these technologies in finance.

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The Role of Cognitive Technologies in Business

The new buzz words are machine learning, robotic cognitive automation, cognitive analytics, cognitive technologies and artificial intelligence. Many business leaders are trying to understand what the future of cognitive technology means for their business and the world.

What are some actual examples of these technologies that are already changing the way businesses work? Where are the successes and challenges? What are the consequences of these technologies on employees and society?

Free Deloitte CPE webcast

Deloitte, one of the world’s biggest accounting firms, is taking a leading role in trying to understand cognitive technology now and predict the various roles it will have in business in the future. Over the next two weeks, Deloitte is presenting four webinars on the impact of cognitive technologies .


Participants in these webinars will be eligible for 1 free CPE credit for each event.

Retail loss analytics: From value protection to value creation  – How can retailers use cutting-edge technology and analytics to improve efficiency, reduce inventory shrinkage and improve margins?

Robotics and cognitive technologies: More finance transformation – This webinar will discuss actual examples of how AI and robotic technology is already transforming the finance department.

Cognitive technologies: Lessons learned from early adopters

Asset management 2.0: Driving optimization and performance