04 Oct 2021

Watch now: AI competitiveness in the UK

Watch the #techUKtalks session on AI Competitiveness in the UK from London Tech Week here

This year at London Tech Week, techUK returned with its online series #techUKTalks, a series of conversations with UK tech leaders exploring the key digital technologies that are transformational for the UK economy.

This techUK talks session outlines Government’s new UK AI Strategy and provides some initial reactions from industry. The panellists discuss some of the greatest, recent AI accomplishments to take place in the UK, such as the launch of NVIDIA’s Cambridge-1 and Deepmind’s ground breaking research on protein-folding, as well as unpacking some of the biggest challenges we face when it comes to AI adoption in the UK. During the final part of the webinar, panellists outline the necessary next steps to take forward and operationalise the strategy; helping to ensure the UK remains a global AI superpower.  

Speakers Include: 

  • Tim Cook, Deputy Head of UK Government's Office for AI
  • David Hogan, Vice President Enterprise EMEA, NVIDIA
  • Rosemary Sinclair Dokos, VP, Product & Programme Management, Oxford Nanopore
  • Matthew Bell, Director and Joint-Head of Public Policy, Frontier Economics
  • Chaired by Sue Daley, Director tech & innovation, techUK

For more information on techUK talks at London Tech Week 2021 and to re-watch other panels, take a look here.

 

Katherine Holden

Katherine Holden

Head of Data Analytics, AI and Digital ID, techUK

Katherine joined techUK in May 2018 and currently leads the Data Analytics, AI and Digital ID programme. 

Prior to techUK, Katherine worked as a Policy Advisor at the Government Digital Service (GDS) supporting the digital transformation of UK Government.

Whilst working at the Association of Medical Research Charities (AMRC) Katherine led AMRC’s policy work on patient data, consent and opt-out.    

Katherine has a BSc degree in Biology from the University of Nottingham.

Email:
[email protected]
Phone:
020 7331 2019

Read lessmore