Welcome to the first Brighton AI meetup!
The AI landscape is evolving at lightning speed. The multitude of new technologies, concepts, and guidance can sometimes be a tad overwhelming. That’s where Brighton AI comes in! We’re here to provide timely and relevant educational content that empowers you to upskill efficiently and stay at the forefront of AI advancements.
Gain access to practical insights, tools, resources, and frameworks that enable you to implement AI projects successfully.
Whether you’re an AI enthusiast, professional, learner, or simply curious, you’ll come away with accelerated knowledge and skills in the realm of Artificial Intelligence and related technologies.
More info about our first Brighton AI meetup coming soon but in the meantime, we’re excited to announce our speakers are:
Claire Bown (Founder & CEO of Insert Space/InsertAI)
Claire heads up Insert Space, a workforce analytics company that leverages AI and data analytics to help businesses build resilient, diverse, and sustainable teams and culture. With a solid background in advertising, Claire has a wealth of experience in using data to create impactful and resonant messaging and now applies that expertise to workforce insights and the future-of-work arena. Claire is currently leading the development of InsertAI, a pioneering SaaS platform that will democratise and scale the unique methodology developed by Insert Space.
Martin Howe (CEO of Dapper Labs)
Martin has over 40 years’ experience the attractions market internationally. He is a creative ‘techie’ with a passion for creating realistic and engaging immersive experiences. He is an ideas generator and a big picture thinker with the ability to translate those into a structured plan and hands-on delivery. Martin is now CEO of Dapper Labs Ltd, the creators of the award-winning Chaperone Visitor Engagement platform Chaperone and Chairman at TEQ4 (“tech-four”), a creative design and engineering firm which specializes in the design and integration of unique immersive and interactive experiences.
Adebisi Adewusi (Science, Technology and Innovation Policy Consultant at Technopolis)
At Technopolis, Adebisi has contributed to impact assessments and evaluations of programmes relating to Artificial Intelligence (AI) for the Alan Turing Institute, Innovate UK and UKRI. Adebisi has a background in the social studies of technology and a strong knowledge of Responsible AI, AI legislation and AI regulatory frameworks. She has evaluated national AI policy initiatives and conducted research on the societal impact of the use of AI-powered technologies in the Middle East and North Africa.
Matt Thompsett (Founder and Chief Vision Officer of Green Lemon Company)
Green Lemon Company builds systems and AI solutions for customers from Central Government to Financial Services, from Automotive to Logistics businesses. His vision for Green Lemon Company is to ‘Harness technology for the benefit of every species on the planet’. Matt is currently pivoting the business to focus on purpose rather than profit, working as a member of the UN Global Compact to support the UN Sustainable Development Goals. The ethical use of Artificial Intelligence is an absolute priority for Matt and his team.