James Bryce

Panel Debate:  Powered by AI – cutting edge technology, the new driver of employee engagement James is a speech and communication behavioural analyst with 15 years industry experience. A pioneer in the quantified workplace movement and architect of Speech Intelligence Analytics™. James

Alex Cresswell

Alex leads the pymetrics business in EMEA. Having trained as an engineer at University, Alex decided that he was more suited talking to people than building machines, and set off on a sales path that took him through the dot-com boom and

Matt Grimshaw

Employee Experience Design – What problem are we trying to solve? Many self-proclaimed experts in this emerging field have tried to conveniently categorise the essence of employee experience across areas of interactions such as culture, work, technology and physical/virtual work environments.  It

Alistair Shepherd

Panel Debate:  Powered by AI – cutting edge technology, the new driver of employee engagement Alistair is the Founder and President of Saberr. He is also Global Scholar and Fellow of the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, a Startup Weekend Facilitator and an

Jeremy Hindle

Panel Debate:  Powered by AI – cutting edge technology, the new driver of employee engagement Jeremy, the CTO and co-Funder of Headstart AI, is a third-time founder and self-taught programmer who has worked with Machine Learning for eight years. He initially learnt

Andrew Joint

Case Study: How employees embraced AI at leading technology law firm Kemp Little Kemp Little has introduced AI to support contract review and M&A due diligence for clients in the technology and digital media industries.  By doing so it has dramatically speeded

Catalina Butnaru

The AI-augmented workforce – creating value and boosting productivity Informed by international insights and enhanced with case studies Catrina’s presentation outlines viable employee engagement and education frameworks for the successful creation, adoption and delivery of AI led business solutions.  She will show

Jeff Wellstead

Employee Experience Design – What problem are we trying to solve? Many self-proclaimed experts in this emerging field have tried to conveniently categorise the essence of employee experience across areas of interactions such as culture, work, technology and physical/virtual work environments.  It

Dr Kiki Leutner

In search of the perfect employee.  Technology meets psychology in employee selection, engagement and management AI is increasingly being applied to employee selection, engagement and performance management.  However, with technologists, innovators and data scientists often taking the lead in these deployments, the

Dave Millner

HR and the Internet of Engagement AI may be about to change the dynamics of many organisations, with increasingly intelligent automation coming our way. But the challenge of attracting and retaining the best employees remains critical to success. Dave describes the techniques

Marco Nink

Marco works closely with the consulting team in shaping recommendations for improving Gallup clients to improve their business performance. He is responsible for presenting consulting recommendations to senior leadership and conducting one-on-one coaching and development sessions with senior executives. Marco has extensive

Angie Ma

ASI’s mission is to let everyone harness the benefit of AI. One piece of their work is speeding up the assessment and triage operations that allow London Fire Brigade to get help to people fast. Find out about how AI is fighting

Maxine Mackintosh

Maxine’s research uses novel analytics approaches and routinely collected data from electronic health records to potentially revolutionise our ability to predict dementia. She is an advocate of digital health approaches and maintains that data analysis has the potential to transform traditional approaches

Anna Gát

IXY is an AI mediated chat app that boosts the effectiveness of personal online communication. When people chat online it’s easy for tempers to flare. IXY supports rational conflict resolution to make for peaceful communication. Its founder says she’s working towards world

Pete Trainor

Pete Trainor is a digital disruptor, author, accidental polymath, mental health campaigner and co-founder of US in London. He talks all over the world on creative & social technologies & the physiological & psychological effects on their audiences. His recently published, bestselling,

Aimee van Wynsberghe

Aimee van Wynsberghe is assistant professor of ethics and technology at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. She is co-founder and president of the Foundation for Responsible Robotics. She is also a member of the 4TU center for ethics and technology where

Chris Ezekiel

Chatbots & your customers: a realistic look at using AI and machine learning Media hype and over-promising from some industry vendors have created unrealistic expectations for AI chatbots, whilst at the same time industry analysts are predicting significant increases in chatbots and

David Burden

Virtual humans: The future role of AI-driven chatbots across your organisations Our understanding of what artificial intelligence is and can achieve is at risk of being devalued by marketing hype that wantonly attaches the AI moniker to almost any ‘merely clever’ system. 

Navin Sabharwal

Transforming business and customer engagement with AI   Today’s far-sighted companies are using AI-powered technologies to deliver a highly refined customer experience across a wide range of traditional and digital channels – recognising customers, anticipating their needs, engaging proactively and providing differentiated

Stephen Metcalfe

In conversation with Stephen …we investigate how political strategies for AI and robotics could advance the cause of UK business. Stephen is co-chair of the APPG (All-Party Parliamentary Group on Artificial Intelligence). In the last Parliament Stephen was Chair of Parliament’s cross-party Science and

Nicola Strong

Leading AI driven transformation:  Insights from the frontline of change There are a lot of people exploring AI right now, but rather less people integrating it into the workplace. That means there are have been limited reference points for business leaders delivering

Michael Natusch

A Prudential future. How AI is underpinning long term business value for one of the world’s biggest insurers Prudential is one of the world’s insurance industry giants, with 24 million customers worldwide and more than £600 billion under management.  In 2015 it

Michael Rendell

Better, faster and ultimately more human.  Why AI is better for PwC’s clients, consultants and business performance PricewaterhouseCoopers is one of the UK’s most prestigious professional services firms, with almost 20,000 seasoned professionals advising blue chip clients in just about every industry

Frank Nigriello

Five ways to fix the machine – how ‘convergent relationships’ create organisations that work Advances in accessible technologies are moving faster than industry’s ability to utilise them effectively. Business leaders used to keeping a firm hand on the tiller are increasingly being called

Prof Philip Bond

Boldness, Brexit and the £Billion fund.  The facts behind the UK’s technology strategy The digital economy – with the evolution of AI at its heart – is creating jobs almost three times faster than the rest of the UK economy.  So, as

Mark Preston

Entrepreneurs in the driving seat:  How open platforms will accelerate innovation in autonomous driving The evolution of autonomous driving technologies is set to disrupt the global automotive industry and transform our lives. However, their development remains in the hands of a small

Chris Corrado

Case study: Helping money make the world go round.  How AI underpins safety, security and profitable operations for London Stock Exchange Headquartered in London and operating worldwide, LSE is a diversified international market infrastructure and capital markets business at the heart of the

Alex Harvey

Never off the shelf. The retailer that’s spearheading bespoke AI and robotics solutions to transform operational performance and competitiveness Productivity and agility are constant watchwords for Ocado, the world’s largest online only grocery retailer and for Morrisons, the UK’s fourth biggest supermarket.