Conversational Software Delivery: Leveraging AI to Identify and Address Inefficiencies in Your Delivery

Are you tired of the inefficiencies in your software development process? Despite advances in technology, many companies still struggle with a process that results in millions of dollars of waste each year. But what if there was a better way? In this presentation, we'll discuss how AI can help you find inefficiencies in your software development process and surface that information in simple conversational terms. 

Key Takeaways:

  • How AI can be used beyond code generation to improve your delivery.
  • How to ask the right questions to unlock the full potential of your software
  • How AI can be used to revolutionize the software development process


Lee Rehwinkel

Principal Data Scientist @Planview

Meet Lee, a seasoned Principal Data Scientist at Planview who is passionate about integrating AI/ML technologies into Value Stream Management. With over two decades of experience as a Financial Quant and Data Scientist, Lee is a trusted expert in his field. He holds a Bachelor's and Master's degree in Operations Research from Columbia University, as well as a Master's degree in Computation Finance from Carnegie Mellon. When he's not busy exploring the limitless potential of data, Lee can be found indulging his love for rowing on the serene waters of Lady Bird Lake in Austin, TX.

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Wednesday Jun 14 / 11:50AM EDT ( 50 minutes )


Salon E (North Tower)


AI/ML Flow Flow Optimization


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