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AI: living and working with Artificial Intelligence has ended
Welcome to the Artifical Intelligence Conference 2017 - discussing life, leisure and limitations of using AI technology. 

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Wednesday, May 24 • 11:30 - 12:30
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Anthony Painter, Director of the Action and Research Centre – Royal Society of Arts, Leslie Willcocks, Professor of Technology Work and Globalisation at London School of Economics in debate with representative from IBM Watson/Justin Lyon of Simudyne/Accenture and Nathan Benaich, leading AI thinker and venture capitalist, 

Q and A moderated by Charles Arthur, former Technology Editor of the Guardian.


Moderators
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Charles Arthur

Freelance Journalist, The Guardian
Charles Arthur is a freelance journalist, and author of Digital Wars: Apple, Google, Microsoft and the Battle for the Internet, published by Kogan Page. From 2005-2014 he was technology editor at The Guardian newspaper, where he worked on coverage of scores of stories including Wikileaks... Read More →

Speakers
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IBM Watson 2.0

Watson 2.0 is an Artificial Intelligence. It will send a human to represent it at the conference. The human's name is yet to be confirmed.
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Nathan Benaich

Venture Partner, Point Nine Capital
Nathan is an investor focused on intelligent systems and data-driven companies. He works as Venture Partner at Point Nine Capital, a Berlin-based early-stage venture capital firm known for investments such as Zendesk, Algolia and Typeform. He also runs the Research and Applied AI Summit and London.AI, which accelerate the science and applications of AI. Nathan is also an Advisor at TwentyBN, a video underst... Read More →
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Anthony Painter

Director of the RSA’s Action and Research Centre, RSA
Anthony leads the Action and Research Centre and its work around the three change aims – creativity, learning and development; economy, enterprise and manufacturing; and public services and communities. He oversees our research, policy and practical innovation in ARC
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Leslie Willcocks

Professor of Technology Work and Globalisation, London School of Economics and Political Science
Leslie is internationally recognised for his work on digital business, global management, outsourcing, organisational change and automation and the future of work. His most recent books are Service Automation, Robots and The Future of Work and Robotic Process Automation and Risk Mitigation... Read More →


Wednesday May 24, 2017 11:30 - 12:30
Turing Room The Institution of Engineering and Technology 2 Savoy Pl, London WC2R 0BL, UK

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