The Power of Two - AI & RPA


BCS, 5 Southampton St, London WC2E 7HA
Wednesday 6 February 2019
 Start 18:30

** In association with BCSWomen & AI Accelerator **
**This event is relevant for all interested in AI and its implications for society**

**This event is in association with ISACA London Chapter SheLeadsTech**

All Welcome. ‘Wominspiration – AI’ Free Event. Limited Spaces

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AI (Artificial Intelligence) and RPA (Robotic Process Automation) are very different types of technologies.

But when combined, they can help organisations get significantly more value out of process automation.

Come to this event to learn and discuss:

  • What are AI and RPA?
  • How are they suitable for automating different processes?
  • What are current trends for automation technology and adoption?
  • How can organisations develop automation to deliver better business outcomes?

  • Our presenter:

  • SARAH BURNETT - Executive Vice President & Distinguished Analyst at Everest Group

    Sarah leads Everest Group’s ’Service Optimization Technologies’ global research programme. She is also Chair of BCSWomen specialist group and founder of AI Accelerator, a programme of free AI events.

  • Sarah’s accolades include:
  • Named one of the 50 most influential women in UK IT by Computer Weekly in 2018, 2017 and 2016

  • Sarah and AI Accelerator were shortlisted for the prestigious UN ITU Equals in Tech award out of over 350 entries from 80 countries.

  • Named a Digital Leaders’ Champion for UK South East in 2017.


  • Food and drink with networking after the event.
     


    London Student Quiz Challenge


    BCS, 5 Southampton St, London WC2E 7HA
    17 April 2019
    18:00 for a 18:30 Quiz Start to approx. 20:30

    **This event is relevant for testing your knowledge**

    All Welcome. Free Event.

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    London Universities compete against each other in this IT, Technology and General Knowledge Quiz

    Not a student?  Didn’t make the team? You are still able to take part

     Why not see how your individual brainpower compares

    University Team Requirements :

  • 1 team per University
  • Up to 4 undergraduate students per team
  • Team to be confirmed to organisers by 31 March 2019


  • Question Subjects :

  • Engineering

  • Finance

  • General Knowledge

  • Geography

  • History

  • IT
  • Languages

  • London

  • Maths

  • Science

  • Technology
     

  • Any questions about the event please email bcsnlb@bcs.org

    Informal networking with food and drink at this event