Issuer Services Emerging Tech Masterclass
London Stock Exchange
10 Paternoster Square
London Stock Exchange Issuer Services is delighted to invite you to our Emerging Tech Masterclass on Wednesday 20 November 2019 at London Stock Exchange Group's headquarters.
As technology transforms business, we will explore how corporates can harness Data, AI and Automation to drive productivity and build a digital strategy. Join us to learn how to bring innovation and growth to your business by harnessing the power of these emerging technologies while avoiding governance and cyber security pitfalls.
|13:00||Registration and lunch|
Robert Barnes, Global Head of Primary Markets and CEO Turquoise – London Stock Exchange Group
How is emerging technology impacting the global economy and geopolitical stability?
James Arroyo OBE, Director – Ditchley Foundation
How boards are confronting AI, data and automation Risk
Manoj Saxena, Chairman – CognitiveScale and AI Global
|Data – Atlas City|
Data is the new uranium
Darren Oliveiro-Priestnall, CEO – Atlas City
What a 2020 board needs to consider when constructing a data strategy
Applying data and insights derived from the F1 race track to the business world
Mark Barnett, Head of Strategy – McLaren F1 Racing
|Artificial Intelligence – Darktrace|
The impact of artificial intelligence on the cyber risk landscape. How boards can stay on top of the latest cyber threats
Dave Palmer, Director of Technology – Darktrace
From threats to opportunity, how can a business harness AI and technology to transform performance and drive productivity
Dave Palmer, Director of Technology – Darktrace in conversation with Ian Golding, Interim CIO – Natural History Museum
What are the ethical implications that boards should consider when deploying AI within their digital strategy?
|16:20||Market Close Ceremony and coffee break|
|Automation – Latham & Watkins|
How is automation transforming the financial services industry and the issuance of securities
Demonstration of the Flow Platform
Beyond financial services, which areas of your business are most vulnerable to automation and where are the opportunities?
|18:05||Drinks reception and networking|