9th November 2018
If you are a Chief Data Officer, Head of Data, Analytics or Data Science or a data leader then the DataTalks Conference is for you. Inspirational and challenging content of this type, delivered in this way is not available elsewhere. The six DataTalks will be passionate and engaging on the leading edge of data. Delegate spaces are limited so apply early to secure your place to be amongst the data leaders.
Opening the conference will be Timandra Harkness who will precede the following speakers: Peter Jackson, Caroline Carruthers, Graeme McDermott, Katia Walsh, Ryan Den Rooijen, Barney Jackson & Jeremy Waite.
DataTalks London 2018 is the first in a series of DataTalks 2019 events which will be taking place next year in Australia, South Africa, Middle East, Europe and USA.
Conference timings and running order is subject to change
will share her "recipe" for creating a world-class Data and AI capability
and organisation that delivers concrete business results and also pushes
innovation and the next vision further. She might even give you some insight
into what she thinks that could be.
According to a recent c-suite study, 4 out of every 5 executives currently feel overwhelmed and under-prepared for the challenges their businesses will face over the next 5 years. The amount of data in the world is doubling every 18 months, consumer behaviour is shifting away from traditional channels faster than ever and levels of trust (public and private) are declining at an alarming rate. As a result, the next 5 years of business is likely to be more disruptive than the last 20. In this session, Jeremy will explore these factors and look at the role that technologies such as blockchain, quantum and AI can play to help us all keep up and perform more effectively.
plays such a large part of our lives currently but is it looking to take over? What
does augmentation mean for businesses going forward or do we all become virtual
and join the matrix?
Big Data has been the hype for a few years but perhaps the future will focus on Small Data to change the World.
When even Disney Pixar films such as Cars3 and Incredibles2 are showing how to use data, AI and VR as a competitive advantage do we jump on the band wagon or is it all just the latest showbiz fad.
Graeme will take you through a potted history of his data career and detail how the various show biz data fads faired years later, before sharing his views on the latest, greatest and future data fads.
The short answer is my career. All are missions
driven by data from the ground up, trying to understand human behaviour and
motivation at a deeper level.