Unlocking New Possibilities in Generative AI with Neo4j and AWS

Tuesday, February 20
35 Minutes

Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) research indicates 54% of organizations will have Generative AI (Gen AI) in production within the next 12 months. Yet, despite this ambition, several challenges remain: a lack of employee expertise, ethical concerns, and data quality top the list. How can you circumvent these roadblocks? 

In this Fireside Chat, ESG Senior Analyst Mike Leone joins AWS Sr. Partner of Data & Analytics, Antony Prasad, and Neo4j’s Head of Product Innovation, Michael Hunger, to weigh the risks and rewards of Gen AI, wherein the panel will: 
  • Address major hurdles and ethical considerations 
  • Clarify how Gen AI and graph databases unlock new application capabilities 
  • Spotlight Neo4j and AWS’ integrated solution 
  • Explain how Gen AI & graph DB synergy delivers positive results for customers

Join this session to grasp the newest Gen AI advancements and apply them in your business.

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Mike Leone
ESG, Senior Analyst

At Enterprise Strategy Group, Mike focuses on all things data, analytics, and AI. His passion shines through in helping organizations improve everything from go-to-market strategies and messaging to product development and content creation.

Mike has a strong technical background, with early roles in software and hardware engineering focused on future product feasibility, modeling, and performance. He gradually moved into roles that interfaced with marketing by helping translate deep technical concepts into understandable business benefits.

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Antony Prasad
AWS, Sr. Partner of Data & Analytics

Antony Prasad Thevaraj is a Sr. Partner Solutions Architect in Data and Analytics at AWS. He has over 12 years of experience as a Big Data Engineer, and has worked on building complex ETL and ELT pipelines for various business units. He helps partners build joint solutions using AWS services.

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Michael Hunger
Neo4j, Head of Product Innovation

Michael Hunger has been passionate about software development for more than 30 years. For the last 12 years, he has been working on the open source Neo4j graph database filling many roles, most recently leading the Developer Relations Neo4j team. 

Michael enjoys many aspects of programming languages, learning new things every day, participating in exciting and ambitious open source projects, and contributing and writing software-related books and articles. Michael has spoken at numerous conferences and helped organize several of them. His efforts got him accepted to the JavaChampions program.