Data Summit 2023

1 month ago

Firstly, would you like your class to attend Data Summit 2023?  

It’s next week, Thursday 2nd and Fri 3rd November, so you gotta move fast, I’m afraid!

We have streaming access tickets available so that you could show some of the sessions to your learners in school.

We also have tickets for one class and school staff to attend in person.  Last year learners from Stirling High attended, and they loved it so much they’re back this year.  

If you’d like to bring learners along to the event live at the EICC, let me know.  As well as seeing the sessions in person and being able to ask questions, the event has an exhibition area and great catering!

DataLab will need to know rough numbers by end of day this Friday, so get in touch with me as soon as you can if you’re interested.

To see details of the program and the keynote speakers, see

Highlights of the program:

Day 1: Thursday 2nd Nov

09:45 Olga Tokariuk: AI and (information) warfare: Lessons from Ukraine
10:30 Panel discussion: Data, AI and DemocracyPanel Discussion: The Future of AI in Education
11:40 Moriba Jah: A Case For Space Sustainability
12:15 Panel Discussion: Space, AI and Sustainability
14:00 Special guest
14:30 Carissa Véliz: Why Privacy Is PowerPanel Discussion: The Future of AI in Healthcare
15:30 Fireside Chat: Tim Gregory + Guest – The Route To Net ZeroPanel Discussion: How Data and AI Are Influencing Culture
16:15 Katherine Rahill, NASA: The Future of Humanity In Space

Day 2: Friday 3rd Nov

09:40 Angus Watson: Colon Capsule and Using AI for Early Detection
10:20 Paolo Benanti: AI, Transhumanism and Faith
10:50 Panel Discussion: The Regulation of AI
Panel Discussion: The Importance of Data Visualisation
12:10 Yuko Itatsu, B’AI Global Forum: AI and Social JusticePanel Discussion: Generative AI and the Future of Media
12:55 Vivienne Parry: Genomics and AI

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