IBM CEO Ginni Rometty Delivers Opening Keynote at CES 2019 on What's Next in Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain and Quantum Computing
CES keynote to feature Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian and Senior Executives from Walmart and ExxonMobil
IBM (NYSE: IBM) Chairman, President and CEO Ginni Rometty will deliver the opening keynote at CES 2019 on Tuesday, Jan. 8. CES is the largest and one of the most influential technology events in the world.
Rometty will show how technologies like artificial intelligence, blockchain and cloud are reshaping the world of business, and, in turn, our daily lives. She also will talk about what's coming next in these pioneering technologies – and how new data will revolutionize how we live, work and play.
Rometty shares perspective on the future of technology in the Consumer Technology Association magazine It Is Innovation (i3) CES edition:
Rometty will be joined onstage by Ed Bastian, CEO of Delta Air Lines; Charles Redfield, executive vice president of Food for Walmart; and Vijay Swarup, vice president of R&D for ExxonMobil.
CES 2019 will provide access to the very latest transformative tech, such as 5G connectivity, artificial intelligence, augmented and virtual reality, smart home, smart cities, sports and machine intelligence. In 2019, as in previous years, the show will feature industry leaders who are coming together to discuss innovation.
CES's opening keynote address will take place at 8:30 am on Tuesday, Jan. 8 at the Venetian's Palazzo Ballroom in Las Vegas and will be live-streamed here:
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IBM is a leader in solving global challenges with advanced technology built and applied responsibly. The company is trusted with the data and insights of thousands of companies around the world, using IBM Watson AI technology to make everything smarter and improve how people live and work. Additionally, IBM's industry-first initiative to build commercial universal quantum computing systems, IBM Q, is available to businesses, researchers and developers for exploring practical business and science applications.