Samsung SDS hosted the "Techonic 2019" on Nov. 14 at Samsung SDS' Jamsil Campus.
Techtonic, which marks its second year, is a developer conference that shares the latest technology and development know-how held by Samsung SDS to expand the developer's ecosystem.
At the conference, attended by 1,200 SW developers, researchers, master's degrees, PhDs and college students, Samsung SDS shared IT technology trends and actual application cases.
During a keynote lecture, Samsung SDS CTO Yoon Shim introduced the "Samsung SDS Innovation Framework," which includes a contest for ideas for new businesses, a program linking industries and universities through open source disclosure, securing IT expertise and investment in strategy.
On the same day, CTO announced a technology platform that is applied with Samsung SDS' top five technologies (AI, Blockchain, Cloud, Data Analysis, and Security) that leads customers' digital transmission, along with examples of innovation through them.
Kwon Young-joon, head of AI research team at Samsung SDS, then introduced his own AI development acceleration technology. Data Scientist spends the most time on labeling for classification during the process of analyzing data to apply AI analysis models. AI development acceleration technology automates data labeling, reducing 80 percent of all data analytics operations.
This technology improves AI development productivity by automatically recommending Deep Learning models suitable for data attributes in order to reduce the time required to select Deep Learning models that use a lot of GPU (Graphical Processing Unit) and memory resources.
Samsung Electronics' Wireless Business Department introduced a case of applying 'Site Reliability Engineering (SRE)' model to quickly and reliably distribute and operate chatbot services for smartphone message chat in global markets.
In addition, there was a security DeepDive session where people and lecturers were free to conduct information leakage cases and defense technologies in Q&A format, and a tutorial session to model analysis through Samsung SDS' open-source data analysis tool Brightics Studio.
"We will continue to make efforts to vitalize developer ecosystem such as open source disclosure and developer conference," said Hong Won-pyo, CEO of Samsung SDS.