The Herald will next month host a special event to examine the impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI).
The AI Business Breakfast, supported by Brodies, Cathcart Associates, Incremental Group and University of Strathclyde, will hear a panel of experts discuss the benefits of the technology and how it affects our day to day lives. There will be a keynote address from Adam Sroka, data and AI director at Incremental Group.
Mr Sroka said: “The Herald’s AI Business Breakfast looks set to be a really insightful event for business leaders, across all industries.
“It is a chance for organisations to come together to discuss the possibilities AI offers and the impact it is already having. I’m delighted to be speaking alongside some of the field’s most knowledgeable experts in Scotland.”
Mr Sroka will be joined by panel members Steven Grier, country manager (Scotland) at Microsoft, Elizabeth Hollinger, head of analytics and BI at Aggreko, Craig Paterson, executive education adviser at The Data Lab, professor Crawford Revie of the University of Strathclyde, Martin Sloan, partner at Brodies, Deyrick Smith, commercial area manager at Clydesdale Bank and Sam Rhynas, operations manager at Stochastics Solutions.
Liam Wilson, business development manager, Cathcart Associates said: “The event is a great opportunity for like-minded people and businesses to come together to share ideas, discuss industry trends and learn from each other”.
The event takes place on Tuesday, September 17 at Everyman Glasgow from 8am-10.30am. Tickets are priced at £25+VAT and can be purchased at http://newsquestscotlandevents.com/events/ai/.
For further information contact Kirsty Loughlin on 0141 302 6016 or at Kirsty.firstname.lastname@example.org.