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School of Informatics, The University of Edinburgh

10 Crichton Street

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Have we reached the tipping point where machine learning and disruptive technology are critical to business? How are businesses reacting and what is and will be the real impact of artificial intelligence on business strategies and the workplace?

iMultiply are delighted to invite you to join our community of technology and finance leaders to discuss the real impact that machine learning and disruptive technology is having on business. This fireside discussion with our expert speakers Melinda Matthews, Codeclan CEO, Stephen Ingledew, FinTech Scotland CEO and Colin Hewitt, Float CEO will offer the opportunity to gain valuable insights into the tangible impacts of artificial intelligence and disruptive technology.

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Melinda Matthews, Codeclan CEO

Melinda Matthews, recently appointed CEO at digital skills academy Codeclan, has over 25 years experience in the technology sector. Melinda was until recently Vice President of Commerce Partnerships at IBM where she worked with business partners at the forefront of cloud platform and cognitive technology. Codeclan aims to reduce the digital skills gap across Scotland and Melinda joined Codeclan to lead this initiative.

Stephen Ingledew, FinTech Scotland CEO

Stephen is the CEO at FinTech Scotland. He previously worked as a senior executive in financial services for Standard Life and Barclays, as well as entrepreneurial fintech organisations. Stephen is a non-executive director on a number of boards and is a regular global commentator on fintech, customer strategy and execution, insurtech innovation and business change leadership.

Colin Hewitt, Float CEO

Colin Hewitt is CEO and co-founder of next generation cloud-based cash management and forecasting tool Float. With a background in computer science, Colin initially founded and ran a digital agency where the idea of designing a cash-flow and financial reporting cloud-based solution was born. He founded Float in 2010 and leads on product development and the strategic direction of this growing business.


Agenda:

18.00 – Arrival and drinks

18.30 – Welcome by Kirsty Mackenzie, iMultiply CEO

18:35 – Our Speakers explore some of the business areas where artificial intellligence is being used effectively and how we can prepare to make the most of our data; digital skills gaps and diversity and maximising the benefits of disruptive technology through collaboration

19.15 - Fireside Q&A

20.00 - Drinks and discussion


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School of Informatics, The University of Edinburgh

10 Crichton Street

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EH8 9AB

United Kingdom

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