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Finance

The Rise of AI & Machine Learning

Realising the promise - Managing the risks

London |
Speakers include:
Ravi Mattu

Ravi Mattu

Financial Times

Overview

Artificial intelligence and machine learning are compelling CIOs to re-think IT strategies. Cheaper access to cloud-based computing coupled with the proliferation of data has placed AI within the grasp of most companies -- and with it the potential for new AI-tech enabled growth. It is an exciting time for decision makers. But there is a lot of white noise and hype too about what AI can do to benefit the bottom line. We will discuss ways CxOs can capitalise on AI, now and in the longer term. We will look at the impact advanced technologies are having on business models and operations, drill down on exactly what it all means for CxOs, and assess how these technologies can be deployed to improve productivity and drive growth.

The Financial Times, in partnership with Google Cloud, is delighted to facilitate this peer-to-peer confidential roundtable dinner discussion for financial services sector CIOs, CTOs and CDOs. Drawing on the dinner guests’ collective experience, we will explore the impact that AI and machine learning is having in certain financial institutions presently. How is it being applied? What are the risks associated with AI and machine learning technologies? What promise does it hold going forward?

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Agenda - 24th Apr

  • 6:00pm
    Welcome drinks
  • 6:15pm
    Opening remarks

    Ravi Mattu, Technology Media Telecoms News Editor, Financial Times

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

    Ravi Mattu, Technology Media Telecoms News Editor, Financial Times

Chair (1)

Ravi Mattu

Ravi Mattu

Deputy Asia News Editor
Financial Times

Ravi Mattu is the deputy Asia news editor of the Financial Times, helping to drive the paper's coverage across the region. Since joining the FT in 2000, he has held a number of senior positions at the FT including: Tech Editor; Editorial Director of commercial department FT2; Business Life editor, overseeing the management section of the paper; Acting Editor and Deputy Editor of the FT Weekend Magazine; and editor of Special Reports (magazines and websites), during which time he edited a number of titles, including Mastering Management, and launched FT Wealth.

Ravi has interviewed leading CEOs, entrepreneurs and politicians, and is a frequent speaker and conference chair.

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The Financial Times is one of the world’s leading business news organisations, recognised internationally for its authority, integrity and accuracy. In 2016 the FT passed a significant milestone in its digital transformation as digital and services revenues overtook print revenues for the first time. The FT has a combined paid print and digital circulation of more than 910,000 and makes 60% of revenues from its journalism.

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Companies come to Google Cloud to transform their businesses. Our comprehensive portfolio — from infrastructure to apps to devices — helps enterprises innovate faster, scale smarter, stay secure, and do more with data than ever before.

Venue

City Social
25 Old Broad St
London EC2N 1HQ
Tel: 020 7877 7703

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Contact us

Ebru Sofuoglu
Content Editor
Financial Times