BIMA & Microsoft Roundtable: Ethics & Empathy: The Future of Data and AI – Edinburgh

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There is no doubt that data is an important resource, but using this resource comes with a responsibility to act in a way that is ethical, fair and transparent. Join Phil Harvey at this BIMA Breakfast Briefing to discuss the importance of humanity in technology, and the role that ethics and empathy must play in building trust with our customers, and unlocking the opportunity that data presents.

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Phil Harvey is a Cloud Solutions Architect at Microsoft. From folk law, fiction and film to your food shopping, your phone and your front room; artificial intelligence is finessing human folly. AI eats your data and digests it into decisions. Decisions that directly impact your businesses’ bottom line.


Thu, 19 Apr 2018
07:30 - 09:30



Microsoft, Waverley Gate 2-4 Waterloo Place, Edinburgh EH1 3EG



Anna Doyle

Employer Liaison Officer, University of Glasgow

A member of the BIMA Team since 2012, Anna‘s time is focused on the day-to-day operations of BIMA, building BIMA communities across regions and disciplines and, best of all, spending time with BIMA members to learn more about their business challenges and aspirations. Based in Glasgow, Anna is also responsible for delivering member services and support for BIMA Scotland. Everyday offers a new insight.

Previous experience includes 4 years in the BBC Arabic Service newsroom, heading up a pan-BBC World Service change management programme, and working in a diverse range of industries from financial derivatives trading, petroleum engineering and spring manufacturing.

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