techUK's Intelligent Automation Week 2021

techUK showcased the huge potential of Intelligent Automation on the UK’s digital economy. You can read latest news and insights below #AutomationUK

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Intelligent Automation week highlighted news, views and insights from the technology sector on what the uptake of Intelligent Automation will deliver to the UK’s society and economy. We identified, explored and debated how organizations (across both public and private sector) can build the best digital foundations for automation; reviewing the role of the technology sector in driving this forward, and discussed the larger implications on skills, jobs and society that Intelligent Automation will bring.

Monday - Building the foundations of intelligent automation


Tuesday - Skills and supporting the workforce of tomorrow

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Is automation making public sector organisations less diverse?


The Future of Work is now


Wednesday - Intelligent Automation for Security


Thursday - Automation and the Public Sector

Automation and the Public Sector

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The time is right to drive strategic value with intelligent automation


Automation: helping the UK health sector through COVID

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Intelligent Automation: 3 challenges and how to overcome them


Friday - Intelligent automation and Innovative use cases


Intelligent automation: enhancing road accident reporting


How intelligent automation revolutionises HR processes


Insights will be announced on the day and linked here. You can keep up to date with latest views on our twitter @techUK

Laura Foster

Laura Foster

Head of Technology and Innovation, techUK

Laura is techUK’s Head of Programme for Technology and Innovation.

She supports the application and expansion of emerging technologies, including Quantum Computing, High-Performance Computing, AR/VR/XR and Edge technologies, across the UK. As part of this, she works alongside techUK members and UK Government to champion long-term and sustainable innovation policy that will ensure the UK is a pioneer in science and technology

Before joining techUK, Laura worked internationally as a conference researcher and producer covering enterprise adoption of emerging technologies. This included being part of the strategic team at London Tech Week.

Laura has a degree in History (BA Hons) from Durham University, focussing on regional social history. Outside of work she loves reading, travelling and supporting rugby team St. Helens, where she is from.

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