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Cancelled – Bringing AI to life

March 18 @ 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Katie Gibbs, BJSS’ Head of AI, will kick things off by sharing an approach to AI and how to future proof your workforce in the face of automation. You’ll rotate through short, interactive break-out sessions facilitated by the SPARCK team. This will bring to life some of the work being done to push the boundaries of what’s possible with AI. This is a great opportunity to find out how AI is being used today, inspiring your use of AI in a human-centred way.

  • Design Thinking – an interactive game to explore whether every AI problem is a tech problem with a tech solutioDiversity in AI – looks at the importance of having diverse teams designing the delivering AI solutions, and how we can deliver AI that works for everyone
  • Open Banking – sharing examples of the work being done to better support vulnerable customers using Open Banking
  • Ethical AI – is becoming almost as big a buzzword as AI itself – everyone’s talking about it! At BJSS we’re going further to practically implement ethical AI with our 5 pillars: User-centric, Trust, Fairness, Explainability and Social Responsibility. You find out about where companies have got this wrong, and how ethics should be at the heart of how we deliver AI.

SPARCK is the digital design consultancy of BJSS – we combine technical innovation with human centred design to deliver long term value to you and your customers.

-Where will your event take place (e.g. venue & location)? TBC but likely SPACES at Fountain-bridge, evening event
-Who is the target audience (e.g. general public, schools, industry, public sector, academia etc.)? Non-specialist professional audience, technologists
-What is the target audience size (i.e. how many people will attend?) 60 – 80
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March 18
12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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