Artificial Intelligence is evolving faster than we expected. AI presents exciting opportunities for Scotland and is already producing some of the most effective results in business today, but is your business prepared? The Herald are delighted to be hosting The Herald AI Business Breakfast supported by Incremental Group and University of Strathclyde.

Delegates will hear from our keynote speaker Adam Sroka, Data & AI Director, Incremental Group. Mr Sroka said: “I’m delighted to be involved with the Herald’s AI Business Breakfast to discuss what AI is doing in industries of all shapes and sizes and how organisations can make the most of their data. At Incremental we are passionate about empowering organisations to digitally transform and how they can prime themselves for success, so I am excited to see what other speakers and attendees are currently doing and discuss the art-of-the-possible around AI and other emerging technologies.”

Mr Sroka will be joined by our panel members Professor Crawford Revie, University of Strathclyde, Craig Paterson, Executive Education Adviser at The Data Lab and Deyrick Smith, Area Manager – Commercial, Clydesdale Bank. More panel members will be announced shortly.

Professor Neil Ghani, Head of Department of Computer & Information Sciences said: “At the University of Strathclyde we pride ourselves on being The Place of Useful Learning. When it comes to Artificial Intelligence (AI) this manifests itself in the number and breadth of industrially-collaborative AI projects that Strathclyde leads on. We’ve run successful AI projects in drug discovery, manufacturing, optimising payloads for satellite systems, fault detection and prevention in power networks, and projects in many other industries. At Strathclyde we help develop innovative solutions for business and therefore we are delighted to support The Herald AI Business Breakfast.

The event takes place on Tuesday, September 17 at Everyman Glasgow from 8am-10.30am. Tickets are prices at £25+VAT and can be purchased at For further information please contact Kirsty Loughlin on 0141 302 6016 or at