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AI in action seminar - how your business can embrace artificial intelligence and machine learning

Last updated 27 August 2019
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AI in action seminar

For the first time, organisations across the South are invited to come together to explore AI from a multi-disciplinary business perspective, on September 11.

‘AI in Action’ at University of Southampton Science Park, SO16 7NP,  is suitable for anyone who has a commercial interest in AI, whether expert or newcomer to the potential of this technical revolution. By attending AI in Action, you will:

  • Understand why AI has fast evolved to become the leading edge technology today.
  • See how AI is being applied to solve real world problems.
  • Assess the potential relevance and value of AI to your organisation.
  • Identify opportunities for the integration of AI into your product or service portfolio.
  • Learn about the benefits, risks and opportunities of deploying AI from people who have done it.
  • Consider what’s next in this fast moving arena.
  • Be able to ask questions and exchange ideas in an informal setting.

This full day event, runs from from 9.15am to 4pm, comprises a keynote speaker, industry case study presentations, panel Q&A session, networking and demonstrations.

Keynote speaker is Lindsay Herbert, an IBM Inventor and the Innovation Leader for IBM iX where she advises the leaders of major companies on how to further their innovation agendas, as well as creating breakthrough technologies for IBM itself. 

Her most recent invention is the IBM Instant Checkout, a revolutionary innovation for retail. She is also a Governor for the Museum of London, appointed by Mayor of London Sadiq Khan to help inform the Museum’s own digital transformation journey.

Click here for details of the event programme and to purchase tickets. Or go straight to the Eventbrite page.

Event info



Southampton Science Park
2 Venture Road, Chilworth
SO16 7NP
United Kingdom


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