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AI-Led Design: Friend or Foe?
February 20, 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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Calling our London community! Join some of the world’s most forward-thinking minds and experts, as we explore AI-led design from various perspectives.
An evening to discuss the technological innovation of Artificial Intelligence and its impact on both the designer and the consumer, how it will shape future relationships and disrupt the customer experience. You can expect an engaging panel discussion that will touch on topics such as inclusivity, human-centered design, intelligent algorithm-driven design tools and the future of AI within the design.
We will be providing complimentary pizza, drinks and an opportunity to network and engage with market-leading experts. Join our networking revolution – be there or be square.
6.00 – 6.45 – Networking, food and drinks
6.45 – 7.45 – Panel discussion with live poll
7.45 – 8.00 – Live audience Q&A
8.00 – 9.00 – Panel closes, networking, food and drinks
Our panel of speakers:
Samuel Rowe – Research & Policy Executive at Yoti (Chair)
Patrizia Bertini – DesignOps Lead at Intuit
Chris Muir – VP at EyeQuant
Luke Grimes – Head of Application Development at ANS
Drausio Tronolone – Global Head of Creative at LoopMe
Samuel Rowe is a Research and Policy Executive at Yoti. He spends his time developing innovative policy in response to complex domestic and international regulatory frameworks. He recently developed and now coordinates Yoti’s internal ethics working group, which works closely with Yoti’s Guardians Council to ensure that Yoti maintains its ethical steer. In addition to his work at Yoti, Sam is one of the four reviewers undertaking the independent review into the legal framework for the processing and governance of biometric data.
Currently International DesignOps Lead at Intuit in London, Patrizia has developed her approach to design and DesignOps through 20 years of international experience in usability, accessibility, web design, design management and user research. With a background in academic and industrial research leading distributed and international teams, Patrizia has been known for her pioneering work in web accessibility, design facilitation, and co-creation.
Chris is responsible for driving global sales for EyeQuant, with a specific focus on growing the company’s enterprise and channel revenue streams whilst also retaining and growing the value of existing customers. Over the years, Chris has held several high-profile leadership positions at software companies such as Marin Software, Oracle and most recently ON24. Throughout Chris’ career, he has continued to cultivate a successful track record selling cloud-based software to global marketers and is subsequently well known and respected in the SaaS industry.
Luke is head of application development at ANS, a multi discipline product development team of cloud native specialists who take an agile approach to software development. Focused entirely on business outcomes, Luke works with our clients to help them navigate the commercial challenges of user centric application design and build leveraging the latest cloud technology such as Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive and Big Data.
Drausio Tronolone is a Creative with more than 20 years working with brands all over the world. Because of his passion for technology, he also worked as a Creative Technology Director in advertising agencies such as JW Thompson. Nowadays Drausio holds the position of Global Head of Creative at LoopMe, a multinational company that uses AI to create and serve digital advertising.
All £5 ticket proceeds will be in aid of the National Autistic Society.