BCS Insights 2019

06 June @ 9:30 am - 5:00 pm, The Crystal, One Siemens, Brothers Way, Royal Victoria Dock, London, E16 1GB

BCS Insights 2019

9:30 am - 5:00 pm  | June 06, 2019

The Crystal, One Siemens, Brothers Way, Royal Victoria Dock, London, E16 1GB


Excited to learn about the future of technology and how this will impact industry and society? Come and join BCS’s flagship event BCS Insights 2010 on 6th June.

Attend to hear from notable speakers, as well as informed debate sessions between prominent international experts and leaders about the practical expectations of AI, prejudice in the workforce and the real challenges industry is facing today.

You will:

  • Gain real insight into trends now and in the future
  • Network with like-minded individuals
  • Hear from industry leading futurologists and activists
  • Prioritise your organisations future digital strategy
  • Play your part in shaping your digital future and that of the nation, in 2019 and beyond
  • An exclusive physical copy of the topline insights from BCS’s 2019 research, with access to the full underlying research portfolio

SPEAKERS:

Luciano Floridi – World renowned ethical AI philosopher and author of ‘The Fourth Revolution’

Sana Khareghani – Head of the Government office for AI

Ivana Bartoletti – International public speaker and commentator on privacy, digital rights, data ethics and AI

Vinous Ali – Head of Policy for techUK and has a mission to keep the UK a digital talent magnet post Brexit

And many more.

AGENDA:

  • Why prejudice and bias are holding IT back

Informed speakers will debate the key challenges faced within industry around prejudice in the workforce, starting with a keynote session followed by two debates.

Keynote session:The experiences of often side-lined members of society – specifically on gender, age, ethnicity and disability.

Debate one: How IT is doing in inclusion, where it can improve, and the huge potential of getting inclusion right.

Debate two: Looks at these issues from the perspective of younger people, with a youth-oriented hosted debate.

  • Why AI in the real-world is not where we think it is

World renowned ethical AI philosopher and author of ‘The Fourth Revolution’, Luciano Floridi will kick-start the afternoon with a controversial keynote to lead the AI debate.

Keynote session: The key areas of current AI – the concerns and limitations it has and its great potential for good.

Debate: How we can better communicate the benefits of AI, whilst being realistic about its limitations to build trust in the profession.


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