The University, in collaboration with Credera, is hosting an Artificial Intelligence (AI) event, to help businesses leverage AI and will be showcasing ground-breaking research projects.

Speakers include The Alan Turing Institute, Veraxis, Credera and CapGemini who will provide invaluable perspectives on navigating the evolving landscape of AI technology.

The conference offers a unique opportunity for business leaders to delve into the realm of AI, gaining insights from national and international trends, exploring current and future research directions, and envisioning AI's role in shaping future investments and workforce dynamics and skills. Attendees will engage in practical workshops, demystifying AI challenges, and interact with the future workforce showcasing groundbreaking research projects in the field.

AI in business offers numerous practical applications, including leveraging AI algorithms to extract valuable insights from vast datasets to analyse consumer behaviour patterns. It can enable informed decision-making and personalised customer experiences. This can benefit an organisation by allowing them to tailor strategies and enhance user experience.

Initiatives like GenAI facilitate economic advantages by driving research and development (R&D) efforts, fostering innovation, and creating competitive edges through the implementation of AI technologies across various sectors.

We are thrilled to facilitate this pioneering event, bringing together leading experts and forward-thinking businesses to explore the immense potential of AI. In today's rapidly evolving landscape, AI is not just an exciting tool but a cornerstone for innovation and growth, and we are thrilled to play a role in shaping its strategic application for businesses and enterprises.

Abbie KempeDirector of Enterprise and Engagement

Early bird pricing, offering a full-day pass with lunch included for £21.95, is available until March 31st.

The event will take place on Thursday, May 16th, from 9:30 am to 4:00 pm at the Verena Holmes Building. 

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