Speaker powerpoint presentations


Can artificial intelligence promote inclusive growth?
Professor Mark Boyle (Director Heseltine Institute for Public Policy, Practice and Place, University of Liverpool) and Jacqueline Davies (PhD student, ULMS, University of Liverpool)

Artificial Intelligence: What it means, why it matters?
Professor Katie Atkinson (Dean of Electrical Engineering, Electronics, and Computer Science University of Liverpool)

Inclusive Growth: What it means, why it matters?
Rebecca Riley (Head of Research and Office for Data Analytics, West Midlands Combined Authority)

Implications of AI for the future world of work
Mr Jon Andrews (Head of Technology and Investments, PwC)

Implications of AI for Law and the Judicial System
Dr Catriona Wolfenden (Innovation Manager, Weightmans LLP)

Implications of AI ageing societies
Professor Mike Catt (Director National Centre for Ageing, University of Newcastle)

Implications of AI for health and health care
Dr Paul Fergus and Dr Carl Chalmers (School of Computer Science, Liverpool John Moores University)

Local Industrial Strategies and the pursuit of inclusive growth
Mr Mark Basnett (Managing Director, Liverpool City Region Local Enterprise Partnership)

The Northern Powerhouse: Prospects amidst a fourth industrial revolution
Dr Annette Bramley (Director of N8 Research Partnership)

The Hartree Centre: Delivering competitive advantage to the Northern Powerhouse
Mr Michael Gleaves (Deputy Director Hartree Centre)

The National Centre for Data
Professor Steve Caughey (Director National Innovation Centre for Data, University of Newcastle)

LCR 4.0 AI and Advanced Manufacturing
Mr Simon Reid (Sector Manager Advanced Manufacturing at LCR LEP)