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Getting to Grips with...Artificial Intelligence (AI)

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The Goldsmiths Centre

42 Britton Street

London

EC1M 5AD

United Kingdom

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Getting to Grips with Artificial Intelligence

Tuesday 16th October 8am-11am
Serving breakfast from 8am.

In just over two hours, we’ll give you a hearty breakfast and a good business-level understanding of how AI might affect us in the next few years.


Who are the speakers?

Rob McLaughlin
Head of Digital Analytics & Decisioning at SKY
Humanising the digital experience with AI and personalisation

An evangelist and true visionary for smarter use of data, Rob was a keynote speaker at this year's Adobe Summit.

Adam Greenwood
CEO at Greenwood Campbell
AI Sucks. No it Rocks

A futurist with a taste for emerging tech, Adam helps clients see how AI, AR and VR can change the lives of users and the brands they interact with.

Adam will be showing us some practical uses of the technology, as well as its future potential.

Michael Hobbs
Founder at Flow Fintech
AI – future present

Former MD at Accenture Digital and now running his own fintech startup, Michael understands the power of AI.

But before the revolution, we have to get our head around some important legal and ethical challenges...

Adrian Kingwell
CEO at Mezzo Labs
Industrial Revolution

AI not only makes some current roles redundant, but it will also create many new ones.

But how do we re-organise and re-skill when we don't yet know what the new model looks like?

Who is this event for?

Anyone in digital who wants an overview of the principles and applications of Artificial Intelligence.

This is not a heavily technical event, so it's suitable for managers and marketers.

Location

The Goldsmiths Centre

42 Britton Street

London

EC1M 5AD

United Kingdom

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Refund Policy

Refunds up to 7 days before event

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