Confirmed Speakers include:
- Larla Kilbane-Dawe, Deputy Head, Office for Artificial Intelligence
- Tabitha Goldstaub, Chair, AI Council
- Chaired by: Sue Daley, Director Technology and Innovation, techUK
- Dr Bill Mitchell OBE, Director of Policy, BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT
- Nijma Khan, Principal - Government Practice, Faculty
- Cllr Richard Roberts, Leader, Hertfordshire County Council
- Dr Ben Murton, Head of Professional Development and Academic Programmes, Alan Turning Institute
- Ivana Bartoletti, Founder, Women Leading in AI Network
- Martin Tisne, Managing Director, Luminate
- Confirmed Representative, Mastercard
This year saw the launch of the UK’s first National Artificial Intelligence Strategy:
a 10-year plan designed to harness the UK's considerable legacy, expertise and innovation,
and strengthen our position as a global leader in AI.
At Westminster Insight's UK Artificial Intelligence Digital Conference,
we will be discussing the impact this strategy is expected to have on the UK's AI Ecosystem.
Understand the opportunities this creates for a diverse range of regions, sectors and industries.
You will hear from experts in the private and public sector, including a joint opening keynote presentation from The Office of Artificial Intelligence
and Artificial Intelligence Council,
discussing the next steps
for the country’s AI strategy,
and what UK businesses and institutions stand to gain.
We will focus on three key areas - policy, ethics and innovation,
and showcase practical case studies
highlighting the latest innovations
in AI technology:
Our ethics panel will provide practical advice on how to implement AI technologies to the highest ethical standards. With speakers from Luminate, Faculty, and The Chartered Institute for IT, we will address data privacy, accountability, and bias when creating a long-term, AI governance framework.
Hear from The Alan Turing Institute and Women Leading in AI on how to improve both high-level and general AI literacy, and strategies to attract and retain a diverse range of talent
Mastercard and Hertfordshire Council will share how AI technology has been adopted and used to improve customer service, deliver smarter services, and reduce costs.