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AI Adoption

by 101 Ways, 09 April 2019

Date: Wednesday 15th May 2019

Location: Invite only - Shoreditch, London

Time: 6.15 pm- 9.00 pm

We’re delighted to announce our next instalment of CTO Zone on 15 May 2019.

Following positive feedback from our last panel on Scaling Successes and Pitfalls, we’ve decided to run another specialised panel!

The next episode in the program will be a discussion on AI Adoption, with a selection of industry experts.


Narek Verdian – Senior Director of Technology, Vrbo (Previously Homeaway)

Narek has been working in the travel industry for close to a decade and will discuss a number of use cases where there has been some good adoption of AI.

Robert Belgrave – CEO, Wirehive

A self-taught tech enthusiast and avid supporter of the UK digital industry, Robert founded Wirehive in 2005 – a cloud hosting service and consultancy. In the same year, Robert also launched the Wirehive 100 Awards to shine a light on the wealth of digital talent and innovation outside of London.

Robert is also Head of the BIMA Blockchain Think Tank and co-presents Alexa Stop! a podcast which looks at how technology is changing our lives.

Yogesh Patel – CTO and Head of AI Research, Callsign

Yogesh has a background in security and having been at Callsign for almost two years, will share his insights into online authentication using AI.

The evening will be hosted by Jamie North, with an hour either side to network and continue questions and discussions with the panel members. As always, delicious food and drinks will be served for you to help enjoy the evening!

Reminder – this is an invite-only event, please contact Jamie or Sanneke if you’re not a member of CTO Zone, and interested in joining the community and this event.

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