Steve Todd

Software Engineer and Inventor, Dell EMC

Steve Todd is a software engineer and inventor for Dell EMC with over 170 patents granted by the USPTO.  He earned Bachelors and Master’s Degrees in Computer Science from the University of New Hampshire. His inventions have generated tens of billions of dollars in revenue for Dell EMC. Steve is a Dell EMC Fellow and currently serves as the Vice President of Strategy and Innovation in the Office of the CTO, with a research emphasis on multicloud solutions, data value, and blockchain.

Project Alvarium and The Rise of Data Confidence
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Project Alvarium and The Rise of Data Confidence


Project Alvarium: The Backbone of Trustworthy Data

Project Alvarium: The Backbone of Trustworthy Data

Project Alvarium creates the first Data Confidence Fabric capable of measuring data trust.

Using today’s technologies to create AI safeguards for tomorrow

Using today’s technologies to create AI safeguards for tomorrow

Will the benefits to adopting new technologies outweigh the risks? How will artificial intelligence benefit our world in the future? What measures can be taken to ensure safety and trust as we adopt new technologies and innovations in...

Fueling business transformation

Fueling business transformation

Hear how four emerging technologies can work to lay a new foundation – one that will transform data into fuel for business.

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