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Enterprise AI and the CIO

  What can AI do for your business?

London |
Speakers include:
Brooke Masters

Brooke Masters

Financial Times

Overview

Artificial intelligence and business is going mainstream. As cloud capacity increases and access to it gets cheaper, AI is no longer something only supercomputers can do – and CIOs are seeking ways to capitalise on this still-fledgling trend to achieve better results across their businesses. But there is a lot of white noise and hype about AI and its sibling technologies, machine learning and computer vision, and what they can do to benefit the bottom line. 

The Financial Times, in partnership with Rackspace, is delighted to facilitate this high-level and confidential roundtable dinner discussion on artificial intelligence in the enterprise for Chief Information Officers from a range of industry sectors. We will look from the point of view of the CIO at the growing impact of AI on business models and operations, and how these technologies can be deployed to improve productivity, reduce costs and better engage consumers. 

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fallback Add to my Calendar 12/07/2017 18:00:0012/07/2017 20:00:00falseEnterprise AI and the CIOArtificial intelligence and business is going mainstream. As cloud capacity increases and access to it gets cheaper, AI is no longer something only supercomputers can do – and CIOs are seeking ways to capitalise on this still-fledgling trend to achieve better results across their businesses. But there is a lot of white noise and hype about AI and its sibling technologies, machine learning and computer vision, and what they can do to benefit the bottom line. The Financial Times, in partnership with Rackspace, is delighted to facilitate this high-level and confidential roundtable dinner discussion on artificial intelligence in the enterprise for Chief Information Officers from a range of industry sectors. We will look from the point of view of the CIO at the growing impact of AI on business models and operations, and how these technologies can be deployed to improve productivity, reduce costs and better engage consumers. Enterprise-AI-and-the-CIO6af7565abfa01bbef61d1da422034356MM/DD/YYYY

Agenda - 7th Dec

  • 6:00pm
    Drinks reception
  • 6:15pm
    Welcome remarks

    Brooke Masters, Companies Editor, Financial Times

  • 6:20pm
    Discussion commences
  • 7:55pm
    Closing remarks

    Brooke Masters, Companies Editor, Financial Times

Chair (1)

Brooke Masters

Brooke Masters

Comment and Analysis Editor
Financial Times

Brooke Masters was appointed Comment and Analysis Editor for the Financial Times in 2018. Previously she was an Assistant Editor, Companies Editor and Chief Regulation Correspondent. In the latter role she covered the UK Financial Services Authority and worked with reporters around the world to cover global financial regulation and white- collar crime cases. Prior to this, she was the City Correspondent covering banking, stockbroking and asset management with a secondary focus on London’s international competitiveness. Before that she wrote for the Lex column and served as a senior business reporter in the FT's New York office covering the intersection of law and business.

From 2002 to 2006, Ms Masters reported on Wall Street and white-collar crime for the Washington Post and followed New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer's various investigations. This led to her 2006 book, Spoiling for a Fight: The Rise of Eliot Spitzer, which was published in both hardback and paperback editions by Henry Holt. Ms Masters spent an additional 13 years at the Washington Post in Washington and Virginia, covering criminal justice, education, and politics. She has also written extensively about espionage, capital punishment and terrorism. Ms Masters graduated summa cum laude from Harvard University with a degree in History. She also earned a Master's of Science in Economic History with distinction from the London School of Economics.

Contacts

James Durbin
Sponsorship Opportunites
Financial Times
Michaela Ridgway
Speaking Opportunities
Financial Times

Venue

The Savoy
Strand
London WC2R 0EU

United Kingdom

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