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Join your peers on 30 May for an evening of fine dining and animated debate at the third annual BIMA Scotland Digital Leaders Dinner with special guest, David Low, Executive Product Manager for Voice+AI at the BBC.
Held in the intimate setting of the private dining room of Hutcheson’s City Grill on Ingram Street (rather aptly recently featured in the BBC’s Shetland) the event is held under Chatham House Rules, allowing for free and candidate conversation. With David as our guest, discussion will include digital disruption in media but naturally flow onto many subjects shared by those in the room.
Dinner includes: welcome drink; three course dinner; wine and soft drinks.
Places are strictly limited at this roundtable event so please book early to take part in evening to make new contacts (and catch up with old), lively discussion, great food and wine to boot.
David Low is Executive Product Manager for Voice+AI at the BBC, trying to figure out what the BBC does next and how to get there.
David has held several technical leadership roles during a career spanning almost 20 years, and, prior to joining the BBC, created and led the Developer Relations team at Skyscanner which led to one of the world’s first Alexa Skills partnerships and ultimately a period running the Alexa solutions architecture team across the EU.
David has a passion for early adoption of technology, with a particular interest in digital media, and has a track record of working with partners to develop new products, including Skyscanner’s mobile, bots and voice services, Scottish Television’s highly-rated STV Player and an award-winning Digital Archive for The Scotsman.
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Thu, 30 May 2019
17:30 - 21:30
Hutchesons City Grill 158 Ingram Street Glasgow G1 1EJ,
Hutchesons City Grill, Private Dining Room, 158 Ingram Street Glasgow G1 1EJ