Business, Analytics & Data Science Meetup 17

Date: 
Friday, June 22, 2018 - 18:00
Source: 
Business, Analytics and Data Science
Attendees: 
97
City: 
London

Hi Everyone,

We're delighted to announce our 17th Meetup, the third one in 2018, in a new venue at the Cocoon Network

We've got another great line up of speakers organised and we can't wait to catch up with you again. As always, the emphasis will be on business outcomes derived from data science. We look forward to welcoming you to this event.

Please ensure you carry a form of ID with you as this is needed for Building Security

Here's what's in store:

6.00pm: Arrival , Drinks, and Networking

6:30pm: Welcome and Opening remarks, Jason Muller, Pivigo https://www.pivigo.com

6.35pm: Sue Daley, TechUK,
AI and Digital Ethics – where are we, why now is different and what it means for you

7.00pm: Giles Pavey, The Department for Work & Pensions,
Changing dynamics in the Retail Marketplace and the role of Data

7.25pm: S2DS Team , Lightning Talk, Criteo, https://www.criteo.com/
7.30pm: S2DS Team , Lightning Talk, Electron, www.electron.org.uk/

7.35 pm: Drinks, Finger Food and More Networking

Remember to use our hashtag #BizDS and follow us at @Pivigo, @S2DS

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Sue Daley leads techUK's work on cloud, data, analytics and AI and has been recognised in the UK Big Data 100 as a key influencer in driving forward the Big Data agenda. In addition to being a regular industry speaker, Sue is also a judge of the annual UK Cloud Awards. Prior to joining techUK in January 2015 Sue was responsible for Symantec's Government Relations in the UK and Ireland. She has spoken at events including the UK-China Internet Forum in Beijing, UN IGF and European RSA on issues ranging from data usage and privacy, cloud computing and online child safety. Before joining Symantec Sue was senior policy advisor at the Confederation of British Industry (CBI).

Giles Pavey is Head if Data Strategy & Innovation at The Department for Work & Pensions where he lead teams bringing new methods and technology to serving DWPs 22million customers.
Formally he was Chief Data Scientist at dunnhumby Ltd working, among other things, on the analysis of Tesco Clubcard to understand shopping behaviour in order to making retailing more relevant and efficient.
Giles is Honorary Professor in computer science at UCL and Advisory Fellow in Mathematics at Oxford University .

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