Key Points
  • Implementing AI successfully in the workplace to improve decision-making, productivity and efficiency
  • Ensuring Ethical AI to protect and regulate the use of AI and machine learning in society
  • Attracting people to careers in AI and machine learning to help reduce the current skills gap and better prepare the future workforce
  • Considering the next steps to creating sustainable AI that has a positive impact on people and their lives
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Overview


Confirmed Speakers:
  • Ed Teather, Head of International and Strategy, Office for AI
  • 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
  • Jack Kelly, Co-Founder, Open Climate Fix
  • Freyja Lockwood, Smart City and Innovation Manager, Bristol City Council
  • Ivana Bartoletti, Co-founder, Women Leading in AI Network
  • Sian Hayward, Head of Digital, Monmouthshire County Council
  • 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 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, finance 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.


    Agenda
    Start

    08:45 - 09:15
    Registration, Refreshment and Networking

     

    09:10 - 09:20
    Chair’s Opening Remarks

     

    09:20 - 09:50
    Keynote Address: Leading the World in AI

     
    • Exploring the future for AI growth and innovation in the UK in both the public and private sector
    • Ensuring the UK has the right infrastructure to support a thriving AI and data-driven economy
    • Assessing how to fund the future of AI and grow regional opportunities for businesses and entrepreneurs to implement AI technology
    • Understand how using AI and machine learning could increase productivity, impact service quality and transform data 
    Questions and Discussion 09:40 - 09:50 



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    Ed Teather Head of International and Strategy, Office for AI

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    09:50 - 10:20
    Panel Discussion: Overcoming the Skills Gap - Training, Upskilling and Recruitment

     
    • Growing STEM education and research to accelerate the development of AI
    • Attracting more people to data science and machine learning to help reduce the skills gap
    • Cultivating the future workforce to meet the growth in technology across all sectors, boosting productivity and output
    • Offering career development opportunities to upskill the current workforce
    • Recruiting a diverse talent pool into AI and machine learning to reduce biases and reflect the society we live in 


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    Dr Ben Murton Head of Researcher Development and Training, The Alan Turing Institute

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    Tom Fogden Dean and COO, Ada.National College for Digital Skills

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    10:20 - 11:10
    Panel Discussion: Exploring Ethical AI – Regulation, Standards and Competition

     
    • Implementing the Data Ethics Framework to ensure sustainable AI systems
    • Overcoming concerns regarding ethical risks in both the public and private sector  
    • Breaking down common myths and mistrust around AI and machine learning technology
    • Considering regulations options for the future and how AI can be used for good in society 

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    Lord Clement-Jones CBE Liberal Democrat Spokesperson for Digital Economy, House of Lords

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    Ivana Bartoletti Founder, Women Leading in AI Network

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    11:10 - 11:40
    Panel Session: The Future of AI Technology in the UK

     
    • A realistic look at the future impact of AI on our society and the potential benefits for both the public and private sector
    • Analysing the workforce, governance and economic challenges around AI   
    • Implementing sustainable AI that can boost productivity and be cost-effective  



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    Dr Desiree Remmert AI Researcher and Project Manager, Big Innovation Centre and AI APPG

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    John MacIntyre Pro-Vice Chancellor International, University of Sunderland

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    11:40 - 12:10
    Refreshment and Networking Break

     

    12:10 - 12:30
    Case Study: Using Data and AI Technology in the Finance Sector

     
    • Implementing AI technologies to increase productivity and improve business efficiencies 
    • Using AI to help with the decision-making process by analysing data and real-life activities, reducing risk
    • Creating data-driven investments by enacting AI technologies to increase revenue

      Questions and Discussion 12:25 -12:30

    12:30 - 12:50
    Case Study: Optimising AI in the NHS to Improve Health and Patient Care

     
    • Using data science and AI to transform healthcare systems improving life for patients
    • Improving the quality of life for patients by creating personalised treatment pathways and early detection developed by AI
    • Utilising AI to better understand day to day patterns and trends of patients to help support people to stay healthy 
    Questions and Discussion 12:45 - 12:50

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    Moorfields Eye Hospital

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    12:50 - 13:10
    Case Study: Understanding how AI and Machine Learning Could Help Tackle Climate Change

     
    • Exploring how AI and machine learning can help to support and provide insights into the environment
    • Building a more sustainable economy that can help shape the UK’s response to climate change
    • Challenging businesses, organisations and other relevant stakeholders to find solutions to climate challenges by using Artificial Intelligence in order to achieve carbon neutrality
    Questions and Discussion 13:05 - 13:10 

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    Jack Kelly Co-Founder, Open Climate Fix

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    13:10 - 13:30
    Case Study: The Role AI and Machine Learning on Developing Smart Cities

     
    • Developing UK cities to become smart cities, providing more efficient places to live that improve the quality of life for residents
    • Harnessing and handling the increase in urban data to create sustainable cities         
    • Understanding the benefits of smart cities on public services including safety, energy and traffic management

      Questions and Discussion 13:25 - 13:30

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    Freyja Lockwood Smart City and Innovation Manager, Bristol City Council

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    13:30 - 13:35
    Chair’s Closing Remarks

     

    End

    Speakers

    Moorfields Eye Hospital

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    Tom Fogden Dean and COO, Ada.National College for Digital Skills

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    Dr Ben Murton Head of Researcher Development and Training, The Alan Turing Institute

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    Ed Teather Head of International and Strategy, Office for AI

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    Dr Desiree Remmert AI Researcher and Project Manager, Big Innovation Centre and AI APPG

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    Ivana Bartoletti Founder, Women Leading in AI Network

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    Lord Clement-Jones CBE Liberal Democrat Spokesperson for Digital Economy, House of Lords

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    Jack Kelly Co-Founder, Open Climate Fix

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    Freyja Lockwood Smart City and Innovation Manager, Bristol City Council

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    John MacIntyre Pro-Vice Chancellor International, University of Sunderland

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    Venue details

    Zone 1 Central London


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