Day 3 - Automation and Data Management

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Opening Remarks

Stuart Sumner, Editorial Director, Computing and Delta

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Keynote: Session Details TBC

More details coming soon!

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Using data for your customers
  • How can data provide insight on your customer’s behaviour? 
  • How do customer’s use your website?
  • How can data be used to improve your customer’s experience?
  • How to create a seamless digital journey for your customer.
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Intelligent Automation in the DWP

This presentation will focus on robotics Process Automation (RPA) and wider AI capabilities and the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) approach and platform. It will explore the way in which RPA and AI can be delivered at scale and pace, maximising benefits and contributing to service transformation.

Hayley Addison, Lead Product Owner, Department for Work and Pensions

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Coffee and movement break

Visit our market stalls, collaborate with peers, and grab a coffee and cake!

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For Tech's Sake?!
  • How valuable is automation for your company?
  • With furloughed workers and tighter budgets, what processes can be optimised through automation?
  • How would automation impact the workforce?
  • How to incorporate automation into the wider business strategy?
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Orders from above
  • How is big data driving changes in governance and leadership?
  • What is the impact of Brexit on data storage?
  • What are the implications of data analytics within the cloud?
  • How to anticipate and adapt with regulations?
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Panel Discussion: Is there value in AI and Machine Learning?
  • Where would AI / ML bring ROI to your organisation?
  • What are the biggest growth opportunities for these technologies within your organisation?
  • How to incorporate AI / ML into the wider business strategy.
  • Are your data architecture foundations ready?

Dan Gilbert, Director of Data, NewsUK
Professor Huseyin Seker, Associate Dean (Research & Enterprise), School of Computing and Digital Technologies, Staffordshire University
Neil Walker, Chief Architect, Covea Insurance Digital
Moderator: Laura Dawson, Director, Data and Technology Services, London School of Economics

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Lunch Break

Visit our market stalls, collaborate with peers and explore our fringe events

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AI as the new defence
  • Can AI benefit your cyber-security infrastructure?
  • What are the advantages of pre-emptive rather than reactive technologies?
  • The business impact of being able to interpret and visualise your threat data.
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Panel Discussion: Office of the future
  • Is hotdesking a thing of the past? What does this mean for your infrastructure and resources?
  • How will demands on hardware be altered? What can you do with redundant kit?
  • Is your organisation ready for a virtual desktop infrastructure?
  • How will this affect your business continuity plans? Could they be automated?

Alex Denley, Director of Innovation and Transformation, London South Bank University

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Closing Keynote: Tech's crystal ball

Jamie will examine how our use of technology is likely to change in the coming years in unexpected and surprising ways. He will show how the dark net will affect ordinary people’s lives, and the dangers of people not understanding the machines that affect them. Can politics, society & business keep up with technology - and if so, how?

Jamie Bartlett, Author, The Darknet

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Closing Remarks

Stuart Sumner, Editorial Director, Computing and Delta