personAdi Gaskell event

New perspectives required to create AI fit for humanity

personAdi Gaskell event

As technologies such as robotics and artificial intelligence have progressed, there has been considerable time and effort given to the ethics of this development.


personRich McEachran event
How software can keep the water flowing
personRich McEachran event

Poor water management can increase maintenance costs and lead to unhappy customers, but software can help to keep problems at bay.


personMonty Munford event
AI makes a positive mark in image recognition and automation
personMonty Munford event

Artificial intelligence (AI) has had a bad press. In the past two decades, this technology has gradually disrupted the world of employment as jobs have been decimated by its relentless march.


personSooraj Shah event
Getting board approval for AI - is this the biggest stumbling block?
personSooraj Shah event

There’s so much interest around artificial intelligence, but do business leaders buy-in to the hype? Sooraj Shah questions why leaders might be deterred from investing in the biggest current IT trend.


personSooraj Shah event
The pharmaceutical sector has the most intriguing battle for data scientists yet
personSooraj Shah event

Clinical trials are the latest area where all sorts of companies are fighting over the rare specimen that is a data scientist.


personRachel Falconer event

Breaking up the static - AI and the music industry

personRachel Falconer event

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is an established tool in music distribution, search and streaming, but now AI is being employed by industry innovators as a collaborative creative tool to disrupt the static models of music tracks and artist composition.


personHayley Tanner event
H&C partner with RS to launch an innovative Visual Product Recognition chatbot
personHayley Tanner event

The latest addition to RS Components’ leading Digital platform, Quickfinder is an Artificial Intelligence (AI) Digital Assistant featuring Visual Product Recognition technology that allows automated product identification with the click of a button.


personChris Middleton event
2020: why a quarter of workers could be robots
personChris Middleton event

Robotics and AI are poised to be a trillion-dollar industry worldwide. What are some of the more unusual and innovative applications? Chris Middleton presents a ‘Top of the Bots’ chart rundown.


personChris Middleton event
Tech innovation is disrupting the news itself, says Reuters
personChris Middleton event

The Reuters Digital News Report 2017 busts some myths and maps a fast-changing digital media landscape. The conclusion: algorithms now hold all the power, not journalists.


personMary‐Ann Russon event
Computer vision: Can AI ever truly emulate the human brain?
personMary‐Ann Russon event

Humans have long dreamed of a world whereby robots are used as to aid us in completing menial labour and house chores so we don’t have to. The problem is, it is very difficult to get a robot to move and navigate like a human because it doesn’t have our muscles and nerves, and more importantly, it doesn’t have our brain.