We’d like to invite you to join our next virtual Camunda meetup on Tuesday, May 18th, 2021.
Looking back to the first BPM software vendors few decades ago, one can realize that the creation of process models has not changed considerably since then. In this talk, Josep Carmona from Process Talks (www.processtalks.com) will introduce their vision and technology for collaborative modeling processes in BPMN 2.0. Their platform, which uses bpmn.io library to visualize the created models, relies on different technology trends including natural language processing, AI, formal methods and speech recognition. Modelers in Process Talks have new ways of starting a modeling session, including the mining of different data sources. In this talk we will first introduce the main pillars of this disruptive technology, followed by a demo of the platform.
There’ll be lots of time for open discussions and we encourage you to bring your own questions and topics to discuss. We are looking forward to seeing you again!
04.50pm – Welcome (feel free to BYOB)
05.00pm – Introduction and Icebreaker
05.10pm – process talks (Josep Carmona Vargas, Associate Professor at Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya)
* Natural Language Processing and speech recognition
* Artificial Intelligence
* Meta modeling
* process talks demo
05.45pm – Q&A
06.00pm – Updates from Camunda
06.15pm – Closing Session
Josep Carmona has two hats: on the one hand, he is CEO & Founder of Process Talks, a new company that tries to bring a fresh air to the BPM field. On the other hand, he is Associate Professor at the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, leading the PADS-UPC (https://www.cs.upc.edu/~pads-upc/) research group. On his academic career, he has written around a hundred of papers in conferences and journal in different research fields. He is the author of the recent book “Conformance Checking: Relating Processes and Models”, by Springer.
The virtual event will be held via Zoom. All registered participants will receive a Zoom invitation some time before the event.
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