Better than humanly possible, an evening with Pete Trainor Chair of the BIMA Ai Think Tank

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Join us at This Work Space to learn more about BIMA and how you can get involved from new MD, Holly Hall, followed by “Better Than Humanly Possible” – a talk from Chair of the BIMA Ai Think Tank and Co-founder of Us Ai, Pete Trainor

Conversations about artificial intelligence tend to go in one of two directions; Rampaging-robot chaos, or the greatest opportunity to solve humanities problems since Penicillin. Popular culture and social media have conditioned people to believe in sentient robots or job loss, and often overlooks the amazing things we can achieve when we work with the machines. The real Ai revolution is happening under the surface, making existing technology smarter and unlocking the power in the data that businesses have collected for decades. Join the BIMA Ai Think Tank for a look at the state of the industry, and an incredible case study from ‘Us Ai’ of doing ‘more than humanly possible’.

This event is for BIMA members and non members.

Agenda:

18:00 Drinks and networking

18:30 Welcome from Holly Hall, MD, BIMA

18:40 Pete Trainor, Co-founder of US Ai

19:15 Q&A

19:30 Drinks and networking

21:00 Event ends

Speakers

Pete Trainor, Chair, BIMA Ai Think Tank

Pete Trainor is an author, applied Artificial Intelligence designer, technologist, accidental polymath, mental health campaigner and co-founder of Us Ai. He talks all over the world on creative & social technologies, data, Ai and the physiological & psychological effects on their audiences. 

Pete regularly appears in UK national and international press as an analyst on emergent technologies, and tech markets. Pete also chairs the Ai Think Tank for  BIMA. He was recently voted, by the industry, as one of the 5 most influential people in the British digital industry in Econsultancys 2017 industry report. 

 He has a very simple philosophy: Don’t do things better, do better things.

Date

Thu, 05 Jul 2018
17:00 - 20:00

Location

This Work Space, The Echo Building, 18 Albert Road, Bournemouth BH1 1BZ (look for the yellow door),
South East

This Work Space, Albert Road, Bournemouth BH1 1BZ (look for the yellow door!)

Price

Free

Jan Carlyle

Community Lead - South, BIMA

Jan is passionate about delivering outstanding events and earnt the nickname Event Master by one of her speakers, she is the festival producer for Binary Festival and was the event producer for Pokémon Go Festival, Farm Feast and TedXLiverpool.

When she is not organising, Jan loves to bake, travel and explore (which invariably involves more organising)

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