Ed Teather, Head of International and Strategy, Office for AI
Ann Cairns, Executive Vice Chair, Mastercard
Dr Desiree Remmert, AI Researcher and Project Manager, Big Innovation Centre and AI APPG
Tom Fogden, Dean and COO, Ada. National College for Digital Skills
Dr Ben Murton,Head of Researcher Development and Training, The Alan Turing Institute
Peter Clutton-Brock, Member, Open Climate Fix
Freyja Lockwood, Smart City and Innovation Manager, Bristol City Council
Ivana Bartoletti, Co-founder, Women Leading in AI Network
Thomas McNeil, Strategic Adviser, West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner
Professor MacIntyre, Pro-Vice Chancellor International, University of Sunderland
Moorfields Eye Hospital – Representative
Join Westminster Insight’s bi-annual Artificial Intelligence (AI) Forum to explore how AI is transforming both the public and private sector. Key stakeholders will share how implementing new technology and innovation has enhanced productivity, and enabled cost-effective operations.
Learn how to harness AI to drive competitiveness and ensure the UK is best placed to compete on the world stage.
Explore what next for AI in the UK including policy, investment and growth
across the public and private sectors. Gain insight into cultivating the future workforce
and overcoming the current skills gap. Learn how to attract a diverse talent pool to AI to meet the growth in technology
across all sectors.
This forum will share practical case studies from across health and local authorities
on how AI has changed their workplace for the better.
You will hear how AI and machine learning could be used to tackle the climate emergency
and create a more sustainable society.
You will also learn how to implement ethical AI, considering regulations options
for the future to make sure AI is used for good. Bristol City Council
will spotlight how to develop a smart city
that improves the lives of residents by creating a safer place to live, harnessing data and managing traffic.
Don’t miss this opportunity to network with colleagues from across the private and public sector who are implementing AI and machine learning to enhance and develop their workplace.