Emerging technologies: The future of British innovation
BY spectator events
June 28, 2016
Science Museum, 165 Queen's Gate, London SW7 5HD
Andrew Neil, chairman, The Spectator Magazine Group
Tom Eilon, director of special projects, Funding Circle
Professor Nick Jennings, vice-provost, Imperial College and chair in Artificial Intelligence in the Departments of Computing and in Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Ankur Modi, CEO and founder, StatusToday
Join The Spectator for breakfast and a panel discussion to discuss the latest technology and innovation.
The telephone. The steam engine. The internet. Britain has a long history of inventing brilliant new technologies, processes and designs and continues to be at the forefront of the very latest developments in this field. From the treatment of chronic diseases via biotechnology, to mobile banking platforms that have transformed national economies, technology is developing at a rate that keeps even the most advanced technophile on their toes.
As this acceleration continues, how do we ensure that UK businesses are suitably equipped to use these emerging technologies and maintain the UK’s position as the leaders in innovation?
Join The Spectator for breakfast and a panel discussion where you will have the opportunity to meet the experts, ask questions and see some of BAE Systems’ latest technology.
8 a.m. – Registration and breakfast; networking.
8.30 – 10 a.m. – Panel discussion, key note speech and Q&A.
10 a.m. – 10.30am – Coffee and networking.
Engineer your future exhibition, Science Museum, 165 Queen’s Gate, Kensington, London SW7 5HD. (Entrance via Dana Centre.)
WHO IS THIS EVENT SUITABLE FOR?
This event is specifically for people who work in the following industries: Artificial intelligence, bio-tech, consumer technology, digital innovation, financial technology, research, technology and thought leadership.