CIBC/Schulich Alumni Open House
Exclusive for Schulich Alumni currently working at CIBC

Wednesday, October 9, 2019 at 5:00 pm

CIBC
Commerce Court West
199 Bay Street, 56th floor, North Gallery

Toronto

Enjoy a dynamic presentation featuring a panel discussion on the Implications of AI in the Financial Services Industry by the Schulich School of Business. An exclusive after-work cocktail reception with your fellow Schulich/CIBC alumni will follow the presentation.

Panelists:
Murat Kristal, Associate Professor of Operations Management and Information Systems; Director, Master of Business Analytics Program; Director, Master of Management in Artificial Intelligence Program, Schulich School of Business
Ikjyot Kohli, Professor, Master of Business Analytics & Master of Management in Artificial Intelligence, Schulich School of Business; Adjunct Professor Mathematics, York University
Hjalmar Turesson, Instructor, Master of Business Analytics & Master of Management in Artificial Intelligence, Schulich School of Business

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