Day 1

18 April 2018

AI in the Enterprise

Gartner predict that by 2021, 40% of new enterprise applications will include AI Technologies. AI and Machine Learning promise to solve a plethora of problems faced by enterprises today, from better decision making to increased efficiencies and cost savings, there seems to be an algorithm to solve it all. This session cuts through the hype to look at real-life case studies to see how AI is being applied by leading organisations.

09:00AM

AI in the Enterprise: Chair’s Welcome

09:15AM

Keynote: AI powering digital transformation

  • Is your organisation ready for AI and digital transformation?
  • Why should you embrace AI?
  • Challenges faced by Enterprises using new deep learning and ML technologies
  • Humans and AI working together – creating an AI culture and developing trust within the organisation

09:45AM

Frameworks for data driven business decisions

  • How will machine intelligence impact business
  • Challenges and opportunities for investing in AI
  • The benefits of adopting Business Intelligence analysis to support both strategic and tactical decision-making processes

10:15AM

Keynote Panel: Building an AI Strategy for Enterprise

Peter Jackson

Chief Data Officer

Southern Water

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10:15AM - Day 1

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  • How are large companies deploying AI and machine learning?
  • How will AI redefine management strategies & make your business smarter
  • The latest updates and use cases in enterprise workflows
  • Selection & appointment of your tech platform
  • Measuring ROI and scaling AI projects

 

. Peter Jackson, Chief Data Officer, Southern Water

11:00AM

Networking Break

11:30AM

Conclusions and Recommendations of the House of Lords AI Select Committee report

Lord Tim Clement-Jones

Chair of the House of Lords Artificial Intelligence Select Committee and Co-Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Artificial Intelligence 

UK Parliament

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11:30AM - Day 1

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The House of Lords AI Select Committee report looks domestically and internationally at the implications and applications of AI and the role that the UK can play in developing it.

Recommendation to the UK government will cover how to:

  • Realise the opportunities presented by AI generally and in a number of key sectors
  • Tackle economic and Societal implications
  • Putting in place ethical oversight on the use of data and the use of AI
  • Build public trust /Public Engagement
  • Put in place future regulation or legislation where appropriate.
. Lord Tim Clement-Jones, Chair of the House of Lords Artificial Intelligence Select Committee and Co-Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Artificial Intelligence , UK Parliament

12:00PM

Case Study: The role of AI in the workplace

George Zarkadakis

Digital Lead

Willis Towers Watson

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12:00PM - Day 1

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  • Discussing the role of AI in the present and future workplace for tasks such as recruitment, talent development and HR operations
  • What will the impact of a AI based workforce be on the future of the human workforce?
  • Examples of using chatbots and other AI technologies within the modern workplace to improve processes from across Enterprise
. George Zarkadakis, Digital Lead, Willis Towers Watson

12:20PM

Panel:The application of Deep Learning within an Enterprise

Aditya Kaul

Research Director

Tractica

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  • How are large organisations deploying machine learning & data?
  • Is your organisation ready for machine learning and when should you use it?
  • Effectively using Deep Learning to gain competitive advantage and drive better customer experiences
  • What organisational challenges does implementing deep learning bring up?
Moderator: . Aditya Kaul, Research Director, Tractica

01:05PM

Networking Lunch

02:00PM

Afternoon Keynote: AI for Everyone

  • What are the barriers to entry for companies wanting to use AI within their businesses
  • How important is transparency of data and ML scoring for enterprises wanting to start using AI?
  • Discussing the current lack of people/expertise available to create AI systems and the impact this will have on creating AI for everyone.

02:30PM

Machine learning to improve operational efficiency and reduce costs

  • A look at the automated enterprise
  • How, when and where can RPA be introduced to benefit your business

03:00PM

Case Study: Industrial AI & DML

We explore the successful implementation of AI & DML within the industrial sector

  • Key Learnings & Strategies
  • Opportunities and Challenges
  • Tools & Techniques

03:30PM

Networking Break

04:00PM

Machine Learning – Privacy, security threats and the implications

  • Identify the potential implications of AI cyber threats
  • Infrastructure and processes for successfully defending again cyber threats
  • How to adopt data science to combat fraud

04:30PM

The implications of AI on legal frameworks, society, and regulatory issues

  • How will AI impact on legal frameworks, and the transformation of society
  • Examining privacy laws, personal consent, and the scale an impact of machine decisions
  • Should law firms see this technical advancement as an opportunity or threat
  • The impact of Smart Apps on the legal sector

05:00PM

Panel: AI for Social Good

Aditya Kaul

Research Director

Tractica

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  • How is AI being successfully applied to challenge problems
  • What are the potential uses of AI across various sectors that are essential for social good
  • AI’s impact across Urban Computing, Health, Environmental Sustainability and Public Welfare

 

Moderator: . Aditya Kaul, Research Director, Tractica

05:45PM

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