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Sponsored by SparkCognition
As computer vision adoption and applications mature, more tools are being developed for the everyday worker. Some have waited for the arrival of this new technology, but many more are still considering how computer vision technology benefits them.
SparkCognition has developed a tool that empowers health and safety managers. With Visual AI Advisor, environmental, health and safety managers can prevent incidents, automate alerts and quantify their impacts without micromanaging workers. Visual AI helps deploy EHS managers’ resources more effectively, easing supervision and reporting requirements. Visual AI Advisor benefits EHS managers by:
Join us to see how other companies are implementing visual AI to prevent the most common workplace injuries. You’ll hear stories about how customers used computer vision to track unsafe acts and near misses, create engineering controls, and reduce major problems for EHS managers. These outcomes benefit companies by reducing EHS costs, improving process uptime and increasing worker morale.
Vice President of Visual AI Advisor, SparkCognition
Jodie is an accomplished leader and advisor to companies looking to find innovative software solutions for the most complex business problems. Throughout her 20-plus year career in the technology industry, she’s developed a passion for helping companies unlock growth, optimize performance and realize return on their technology investments. As SparkCognition’s managing director of Visual AI Advisor, she drives outcomes for clients with challenges related to safety, security, productivity, quality and situational awareness. Before joining SparkCognition, Jodie held various roles at Twilio, Equals3 AI, IBM and IBM Watson. She has a bachelor’s in finance and economics from Syracuse University and a master’s from Suffolk University.
Head of Product for Natural Language AI, DeepNLP, SparkCognition
Jaidev is the head of product for SparkCognition’s Natural Language AI, DeepNLP. Before joining SparkCognition, he led multiple product development initiatives in the industrial internet of things, data analytics and embedded systems at National Instruments and Microsoft. He earned his master’s in electrical and computer engineering from Georgia Tech and is passionate about making technology approachable through human-centered design and social psychology.
Alan Ferguson, Associate Editor, Safety+Health magazine
Alan covers worker safety for Safety+Health and serves as co-host of the magazine’s “On the Safe Side” podcast.