President @ Women in AI & Robotics Germany e.V. | Ladies in AI - Where are women in the Tech Industry and the field of Data & AI today?
Sheila Beladinejad is speaker for the session „Ladies in AI – Where are women in the Tech Industry and the field of Data & AI today?“
Sheila is the founder and CEO of O Canada Tech & President of Women in AI & Robotics.
As a software engineer with a degree in Computer Science & Industrial Engineering and over 20 years of experience in technology, she has worked on major initiatives in the telecommunication industry responsible for launching new products and services, on the technical side from end-to-end, such as 4G migration, RCS solution, and Billing software.
Additionally, Sheila has expertise in conducting technical due diligence during the Merger and Acquisition process for investors. She helps Private Equity firms and Venture Capitalists evaluate the software side of the target companies of interest and provide risk mitigation assessments, often including a post-closure technical roadmap. She has worked on multi-million acquisitions in Europe, Canada, and the United States, evaluating and assessing the software architecture, Artificial Intelligence components, IT infrastructure, and agility of the target companies.
Furthermore, Sheila works with C-level executives to define and execute strategic plans for Digital Transformation, Cloud Migration, next-gen Architecture, and adoption of Artificial Intelligence. Her experience spans many industries such as Telecom, Healthcare, Manufacturing, and Education. In recent years I have worked in Industry 4.0 related projects focusing on IoT and Artificial Intelligence.
As the President of the Women in AI & Robotics association, she is on the mission to increase the representation of women, the untapped talent, in AI & Robotics by reaching as many women as possible and encouraging them to learn and pursue a career in Artificial Intelligence and Robotics through our education, mentorship and startup accelerator programs.
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