The B4 Lecture – AI in Business: Changes, Challenges and Opportunities
Join B4 for a talk about how AI, Machine Learning and Big Data are impacting & changing businesses with Professor Nigel Crook
Professor Nigel Crook https://www.brookes.ac.uk/profiles/staff/nigel-crook/, Director of the Institute of Ethical AI at Oxford Brookes (https://ethical-ai.ac.uk/our-approach/), will talk informally about relevant AI issues that are impacting and changing businesses. Nigel will draw on some of his work that has recently been published in his book ‘Rise of the Moral Machine’ https://ntcrook.com/?page_id=56
Other presenters will include Brookes colleagues and partners on how AI, Machine Learning, and Big Data can be transformative and implemented in businesses through the use of Knowledge Transfer Partnerships.
- 5pm Guests arrive to network
- 5.45pm Presentations
- 6.30pm Q&A / further networking
- 7pm Guests depart
Limited private parking available on-site at Headington Hill Hall and plus additional parking across the road in the Oxford Brookes Gipsy Lane Campus car park.
This event is limited to 25 guests.
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