Timothy was the highlight of our event. His style of story-telling, combined with amazing content and delivery, had everyone on the edge of their seat wanting more. Dr. Chou will make you challenge your thinking - you won’t be disappointed! It’s not the first time we’ve used Tim to help us shape and change the way we understand the future of our business.
– Scott Van Valkenburgh, Vice President, Global Alliances Leader, GenPact
Timothy Chou has been lucky enough to have a career spanning academia, successful (and not so successful) startups and large corporations. He was one of only six people to ever hold the President title at Oracle. As President of Oracle On Demand he grew the cloud business from it’s very beginning. Today he serves on the Board of Directors of Blackbaud (NASDAQ: BLKB) and Teradata (NYSE:TDC).
He started his career at one of the original Kleiner Perkins startups, Tandem Computers. He’s invested in and been a contributor to a number of other startups, some you’ve heard of like WebEx, and others you’ve never heard of but were sold to companies like Cisco and Oracle.
Recently he became the Chairman of the Alchemist Accelerator focusing on industrial IoT and has invested in a select group of young companies all focused in cloud computing, blockchain, machine learning and artificial intelligence.
In 1982, Tim was asked to teach a class at Stanford University. He taught introductory computer architecture for fifteen years and only stopped because he had to fly to Bali, do a sales kickoff and fly back in 24 hours to teach class. Since leaving Oracle he returned to Stanford, where he launched Stanford’s first course on cloud computing. Now in its 12th year the course has featured guest lectures by nearly 100 public company CEOs. Timothy has delivered keynote speeches on all six continents and recently launched another book, Precision: Principals, Practices and Solutions for the Internet of Things. The prime minister of Vietnam has called the book a “roadmap for the future of the economy”.
By 2030, all baby boomers will be 65 or older; but is technology in the long-term care industry keeping pace with growing demand? This keynote will focus on eight technologies that could reshape long term care: augmented reality, robotics, virtual reality, telemedicine, telepsychiatry, wearables, artificial intelligence and smart homes. What are they, how are they being used, and what does the future hold?
The World Economic Forum has said “In the next 10 years the Internet of Things revolution will dramatically alter manufacturing, energy, agriculture, transportation and other industrial sectors of the economy which, together, account for nearly two-thirds of the global GDP.” So what is the Internet of Things?
You can’t go to thru any airport, or watch any sporting event without seeing the word “cloud computing”. So what is cloud computing and why should I care? This talk will start by describing cloud computing in a way you could explain to your Facebook friends.
Over the last year as consumers we’ve seen some significant advances in artificial Intelligence. Whether that’s Alexa voice recognition, Facebook facial recognition or seeing AlphaGo beat a human at Go, ten years earlier than anyone predicted the change is faster than many ever expected.
While software and hardware technology has evolved at a meteoric rate over the past three decades, the more significant changes have been driven by economics and the resulting creation of new business models. This talk will start by showing you seven key business models.
These models have completely reshaped the software industry. As increasingly every business is becoming a software business we’ll conclude the talk to showing how these business models might change every industry from transportation to construction.“What makes Timothy special, is his deep know-how about manufacturing industries, the software business and the impact of analytics. I’ve seen dozens of IoT keynoters mostly contemplating about the impact of IoT using B2C examples. Tim instead meets the pain points of industry executives and professionals by offering well-founded insights on the mechanics behind the tremendous change in the industrial space. Tim’s keynote created an exciting atmosphere and a great basis for in depth discussion between all attendees.” ~ Thomas Rohrmann,
Senior IoT business development and marketing lead for SAS in Germany, Austria and Switzerland