Artificial Intelligence (AI) provides organisations with an immeasurable number of opportunities. While the benefits of AI are widely known, the risks are only just coming into focus. When not designed in a thoughtful and responsible manner, AI systems can be biased, insecure, and not compliant with existing laws, even going so far as to violate human rights. AI presents a significant risk of financial and reputational harm for companies that haven’t thought through their strategies and roadmaps. Those who are able to manage the risks to use AI responsibly and effectively will win.
Join us on 23 November at 1pm GMT to hear from four speakers addressing the following topics surrounding AI:
1. Developing human efficiency through better collaboration with AI – Dr. Viktor Dörfler, University of Strathclyde.
2. The use of AI in product design: an automotive perspective – Professor Gary Page, Loughborough University.
3. AI and procurement – Joel Walker, COO of The Knowledge Group.
4. Responsible AI considerations in manufacturing, operations and supply chains – Sue Williams, Managing Director of Hexagon.
These talks will be followed by a Q&A session featuring all our speakers.