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ODI Canalside Chats: Sir Nigel Shadbolt and Felicity Burch

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Mon Sep 6, 2021 12:00
Kings Place, Kings Cross

Sir Nigel Shadbolt and Felicity Burch discuss ‘The data dilemma – how to balance risks and opportunities in a changing world’

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The data dilemma – how to balance risks and opportunities in a changing world

Join artificial intelligence expert Sir Nigel Shadbolt (Principal of Jesus College Oxford and Chairman and Co-Founder of the Open Data Institute) and Felicity Burch (Executive Director of the Centre for Data Ethics & Innovation) as they discuss navigating the risks and opportunities presented by data. 

As a leader in your organisation, be a part of important conversations with high-profile speakers, gain insight into key topics, and connect with leading thinkers across the world of data.

This is an in-person event held in Kings Place, King’s Cross, London, with picturesque views of Regent’s Canal. A light lunch will be provided. 

Tickets for the ODI Canalside Chats will be free, but places will be limited – get your ticket now.

About the speakers

Sir Nigel Shadbolt is a leading researcher in artificial intelligence and was one of the originators of the interdisciplinary field of web science. He is Principal of Jesus College Oxford, a Professor of Computer Science at the University of Oxford and a visiting Professor of Artificial Intelligence at the University of Southampton.

He is a Fellow of the Royal Society and the Royal Academy of Engineering, and a Fellow and former President of the British Computer Society. He was knighted in 2013 for ‘services to science and engineering’.

Felicity Burch is a specialist in UK innovation, digitisation and business growth policy, and the recently-appointed Executive Director of the Centre for Data Ethics & Innovation (CDEI). In this role, she will work to support the delivery of the priorities set out in the government’s National Data Strategy.