Online Public Lecture April 28th: Collaboration between Humans and Robots

Date: 28 April 2020
Other languages: Русский язык |
April 28th 2020, 4:00-5:00pm (GMT+6)
 
Tansu Yeğen 
UiPath Vice President Europe


Abstract
Understand how Artificial Intelligence is shaping the 4th Industrial Revolution rapidly because of COVID-19 much sooner than expected, and carrying us to the 5th, where Humans and Robots will be working together.

Biography
After completing his high school education at the German High School, Tansu Yeğen graduated from Boğazici University with a B.S. degree in Electronics Engineering in 1989. Mr. Yeğen also holds a master’s degree in Contemporary Business Management from the Marmara University. Mr. Yeğen started his professional career in 1991 at Digital Equipment. Between the years 1994 and 1998, he worked as the Marketing and Sales Manager at Hewlett Packard. In 1998, he was transferred to Microsoft Turkey where he worked for seven years as the Deputy General Manager. From 2005 to 2007, Mr. Yeğen served as the General Manager of Apple IMC. 
 
From 2007 to 2011, he held several positions at Turkcell including CEO of Turkcell Ukraine and Germany and Board Member of Turkcell Belarus. Mr. Yeğen joint IBM Turkey in 2011 as the Country General Manager for IBM Global Business Services followed by his position as VP for Mobile Business in Samsung Electronics. Tansu Yeğen has joint UiPath as of August and is currently the Vice President of Europe in charge of 30 countries including CIS, East Europe, Israel and Turkey. In 2008, he was selected as the most successful CEO in Europe by Stevie Awards.
 
Lecture Format
This lecture will be conducted online via Zoom conferencing on Tuesday, April 28th at 4:00pm (GMT+6, Kyrgyzstan time) at: https://uipath.zoom.us/w/97649492979.

Language
The online lecture will be delivered in English.

Past online lectures are available on the University of Central Asia's YouTube channel at http://www.youtube.com/ucentralasia.

Ideas presented in this lecture reflect the personal opinion of the speaker and do not necessarily represent the views of the University of Central Asia and/or its employees.
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