25 - 26 April 2018 / Manchester Central

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ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

ENSURE YOUR BUSINESS IS A.I. READY

AI at IP EXPO Manchester explores how Artificial Intelligence is causing major disruption across all industries with innovative AI analytics, IoT, security and much more. Undoubtedly the hottest topic in IT right now, AI is redefining how we live, work and interact in the world, but also how the enterprise functions. Meet our exhibitors and speakers who are at the forefront of bringing AI to the enterprise and what role it will play in the future.

Margriet Groenendijk
Margriet Groenendijk

Developer Advocate

IBM

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Margriet Groenendijk

Margriet is a Data Scientist and Developer Advocate for IBM. She has an academic background in climate research where she explored large observational datasets of carbon uptake by forests and the output of global scale weather and climate models. Now she explores ways to simplify working with diverse data using cloud databases, data warehouses, Spark, and Python notebooks.

Angie Ma
Angie Ma

Founder

ASI Data Science

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Angie Ma

Dr Angie Ma - Dr Angie Ma is the co-founder and COO of ASI Data Science. Since being founded in 2014, ASI Data Science has completed more than 100 commercial data science projects in multiple industries and sectors and is regarded as a leading data science company in Europe. Along with building the world's best data science platform, SherlockML, ASI also runs a Fellowship for PhD's and Post-Doc's, to help them become data scientists. Angie is passionate about applying AI to solve real world applications that generate business value for companies and organisations. Prior to founding ASI Data Science, Angie, who has a PhD in Physics, was a researcher in nanotechnology working on developing optical detection for medical diagnostics.

Dr Hannah Fry
Dr Hannah Fry

Lecturer in the Mathematics of Cities at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at UCL

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Dr Hannah Fry

Dr Hannah Fry is a lecturer in the Mathematics of Cities at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at UCL. She works alongside a unique mix of physicists, mathematicians, computer scientists, architects and geographers to study the patterns in human behaviour - particularly in an urban setting. Her research applies to a wide range of social problems and questions, from shopping and transport to urban crime, riots and terrorism.

Alongside her academic position, Hannah is an experienced public speaker giving conference keynotes and taking the joy of maths into theatres and schools. Hannah’s mathematical expertise has led to the development of fascinating documentaries including ‘Britain’s Greatest Invention ’, ‘Horizon: How to Find Love Online’, ‘Horizon: 10 Things You Need to Know About the Future’, ‘City in the Sky’ (BBC2), ‘Trainspotting Live’, ‘The Joy of Data’, ‘Climate Change By Numbers’ and ‘Calculating Ada: The Countess of Computing’ (BBC4). For radio, Hannah presents ‘Music By Numbers’ (BBC R1), ‘The Curious Cases of Rutherford and Fry’ and ‘Computing Britain’ (BBC R4).

As an author, Hannah has written two books: ‘The Indisputable Existence of Santa Claus: The Mathematics of Christmas’ (Transworld, 2016) which followed ‘The Mathematics of Love: Patterns, Proofs, and the Search for the Ultimate Equation’ (Simon & Schuster/ Ted, Feb 2015) in which Hannah brings together mathematical equations to provide answers to such questions as: What’s the chance of us finding love? What's the chance that it will last? How does online dating work, exactly? When should you settle down? How can you avoid divorce? When is it right to compromise? Can game theory help us decide whether or not to call?

Splunk
Splunk

Stand: R566

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Splunk

Splunk Inc. (NASDAQ: SPLK) turns machine data into answers. Organizations use market-leading Splunk solutions with machine learning to solve their toughest IT, Internet of Things and security challenges. Join millions of passionate users and discover your “aha” moment with Splunk today: http://www.splunk.com

AI in the enterprise

Most companies already use AI to some degree, for example it is now commonplace as part of a spam filter. However it is accepted wisdom that in the future AI will become a core part of every company’s technology strategy.  At IP EXPO Manchester you can learn what is already possible with AI directly from the companies using or developing this technology and discover what will be possible in the near future.

  

Interaction with AI

The relationship between humans and computers is changing. In the future employees and customers of every company are likely to interact with AI regularly whilst receiving or delivering a service. Discover how the most advanced companies in the world interact with AI and the cost and time savings possible by doing so.

  

Data Science and Machine learning

Whilst the concept of making decisions or predictions based on the study of data is not new, the quantities of data that businesses now have access to have increased exponentially.  Added to this, the amount of data that new technologies such as IoT will produce in the future is irreversibly changing the way that businesses need to analyse their data. When dealing with data at this scale the only option is to make the machine intelligent enough to learn by itself.

  

Deep Learning

Deep learning allows computers to process and understand infinite amounts of data such as images, sound, and text. So much so it is now possible for a computer to react to certain complex scenarios better than a human would. This will lead to a profound paradigm shift that will shape the next phase of enterprise computing. 

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