About
For energy professionals, data sources are multiplying at a rate that the human mind can no longer keep up with. If you are addressing multiple regions, or countries, you will also be faced with uneven quality and disparate formats.

How do you automate the entire collection, processing and some of the fundamental and predictive analysis so that professionals can finally focus on what really matters: getting an overview of a situation and making a decision? This webinar brings a new look at AI and its current and future challenges and shows how technology can optimize power market practices. The content and animation will be illustrated by practical cases.
When
Wed, Jun 16, 2021 · 10:00 AM Eastern Time (US & Canada) (GMT -4:00)
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Agenda
  • The challenges of collecting disparate data in an international context.
  • What AI brings to power market professionals, as well as its limitations.
Presenters
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Nicolas Potier
COR-e Managing Director
At Dell, Epsilon and Oracle, Nicolas has developed during 15 years a strong expertise in digital marketing and B2B software sales with a strong focus on data management. Passionate about new technologies, and tempted by entrepreneurship since always, he crosses the line in 2019 and joins COR-e.
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Emeric de Vigan
COR-e CEO & Founder
After 15 years of trading commodities for various major players, including EDF Trading, JPM and Mercuria, Emeric decided to get actively involved in the data science revolution. He created COR-e in 2017 and gathered around him a team that combines mathematical, financial and commercial skills to bring AI to the energy markets.
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Darrell Proctor
Senior Associate Editor, POWER magazine
Darrell Proctor is an award-winning writer, editor, and communications professional, with years of experience as an energy industry analyst providing commentary and insight for the supply, demand, and financial aspects of energy commodities, including thermal and renewable power generation.