Manchester Digital will be hosting their next Emerging Tech event on Thursday 29th September 2022 to help Manchester based businesses embrace the future of AI-powered customer solutions and to power up the digital sector.
The free-to-attend event will be held at Tech Incubator, Manchester Technology Centre on Oxford Road, Manchester from 2:30 pm on Thursday 29 September and is sponsored by Bruntwood SciTech.
The event will set out which businesses are harnessing the power of AI to deliver real customer solutions and solve business challenges.
Speakers include Mark Chamberlain, Chief Evangelist at Lokulus, Dr Maria Aretoulaki, Principal Consultant Consumer Solutions & Experience at GlobalLogic UK&I, Professor Nira Chamberlain, Professional Head of Discipline for Data Science at Atkins, James Proctor, Client Director of Robiquity and Nick McCafferty, Business Innovation Manager at Bruntwood SciTech.
The digital landscape is fast-moving and as digitalisation and AI are becoming the norm, businesses are now fully immersed in the fourth industrial revolution.
Digital transformation is no longer a consideration but a necessary part of all successful businesses. Enhanced AI including artificial intelligence of things, machine learning and conversational AI is making big, digital transformation waves and helping us solve more business challenges than ever before.
Manchester Digital’s Emerging Tech forum deep dives into which Greater Manchester businesses are leveraging these new technologies to drive new and better solutions for their customers.
The event will explore how these new technologies impact productivity, profit margins and economic growth as well as which Greater Manchester businesses are successfully integrating these new systems. It will explain areas to be cautious of and advice on how to act quickly in the digitalisation of your business.
Manchester Digital is the voice of Greater Manchester’s tech and digital sector. It brings together a community of a range of businesses from across sectors with the ambition to grow the region’s digital offering, support the North-West’s digital and tech sub-sectors as well as helping to bridge the tech skills gap.
To learn more and register to attend, visit the Manchester Digital website.