The Fourth Industrial Revolution ... or Evolution
Join Kemp Little for an afternoon of insights and discussion around some of the elements which sit at the heart of the so-called Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Time - 1pm – 5pm (registration and lunch from 12.15pm, networking drinks from 5pm)
Location - Etc.venues St Paul's, 200 Aldersgate, London EC1A 4HD
1.00 – 1.10 Welcome and introduction
1.10pm – 2.10pm Disruptive platforms - the role and impact of platforms and AI in service delivery
In this session we will look at emerging trends in disruptive technology platforms and how they are shaping the way we deliver and receive services, as well as how the law is rising to meet new challenges thrown up by the evolving landscape.
2.10pm – 3.10pm Breakout sessions:
i) Generating £IP – getting your IP assets to deliver bottom line value.
ii) Robotic process automation in outsourcing – understanding its impact on service provision and the contract.
iii) Networks, connectivity and the Internet of Things.
3.10pm – 3.30pm Coffee break
3.30pm – 4.30pm Data: a key disruption driver in danger?
As consumers and individuals use a growing array of devices to facilitate ever more aspects of their daily life, the volume of data generated creates both opportunities and risks. The data goldmine for marketers and service providers represents a similarly rich opportunity for hackers.
In this session we look at how these cybersecurity risks are being addressed, as well as how data protection regulation and data management trends are evolving to protect consumers and what this means for those whose business depends on leveraging that data.
4.30pm – 5.00pm Key note speaker – Greg Williams, Deputy Editor, WIRED Magazine
5.00 pm Networking drinks