Distinguished Architect - Max Hemingway
“Automation of tasks and how you work with data will be key. Natural language questioning of data will be enhanced using machine learning, neural networks and artificial intelligence. Also, systems will be joined together using self-learning APIs to bring the right data to form 'digital twins.' Businesses will use this to model, develop and test products, saving time and money.” -- Max Hemingway
Max Hemingway is a senior architect for CSC’s Global Infrastructure Services business unit in the United Kingdom. With more than 25 years of experience, he has a broad and deep range of technical knowledge and is able to translate business needs into IT-based solutions.
Currently the chief architect of the BAE Systems account in the UK, Max has a proven track record acquired through continual client engagement and delivery of leading edge infrastructures, all of which have delivered positive results for end-clients, including IT cost reduction, expansion of service capability and increased revenues.
Max founded and operates a Manufacturing Digital Innovation Lab, which educates clients and CSC on the value of the Digitally Enabled Solutions. The lab has allowed Max to look at business problems and how they can be addressed using the latest consumer-based products. As a result, Max and CSC have helped clients identify a number of opportunities and bring forward the proofs-of-concept in development today.
Max runs multiple learning sessions, adding to his visibility and recognition in both client and CSC circles. He led the work stream under the CSC Technology Transformation that created a standard CSC Technologist Mentoring Framework now being used across CSC and by the Distinguished Engineers and Distinguished Architects.
Max currently holds the status of Fellow of the British Computer Society - Chartered IT Professional. He contributes to CSC blogs as well as his own at www.maxhemingway.com.