AI Experience EMEA Virtual Conference: Accelerating Impact with Trusted AI
Welcome to DataRobot’s AI Experience EMEA Virtual Conference
AI is transforming business and society more than ever today. Delivering value quickly, reducing costs and risks, and becoming more competitive are the name of the game.
This unique, timely virtual conference brings together innovators and thought leaders from across a diverse landscape to deliver key practical knowledge that business leaders and AI, analytics, and data science professionals can bring back to their organizations.
During the DataRobot AI Experience EMEA Virtual Conference, you’ll have the chance to participate in interactive sessions and activities that can help your business be more agile, more accurate, and more strategic in its decision-making.
Brian Prestidge Director of Insights & Decision Technology Manchester City Football Club
With 15 years working in professional football in various roles supporting elite performance practitioners, Brian has seen the technological developments that have created an exponential growth in data available to football clubs. Whether through the use of AI & simulation for player development or the application of robust data science methods to support coaches in their game preparation, Brian & his team play a key role at City Football Group in enabling them to make better and faster decisions in the very dynamic and heavily scrutinised environment of professional football.
Dr. Hannah Fry Associate Professor in the Mathematics of Cities, Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, University College London
Dr. Hannah Fry is an Associate Professor in the Mathematics of Cities at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at UCL where she studies patterns in human behaviour. Her research applies to a wide range of social problems and questions, from shopping and transport to urban crime, riots and terrorism.
Her critically acclaimed BBC documentaries include Horizon: Diagnosis on Demand? The Computer Will See You Now, Britain’s Greatest Invention, City in the Sky (BBC Two), Magic Numbers: Hannah Fry’s Mysterious World of Maths, The Joy of Winning, The Joy of Data, Contagion! The BBC Four Pandemic and Calculating Ada (BBC Four). She also co-presents The Curious Cases of Rutherford and Fry (BBC Radio 4) and The Maths of Life with Lauren Laverne (BBC Radio 6).
Hannah is the author of Hello World, published in 2018.
Rachel Fellowes Founder, Yoke
Rachel Fellowes is founder of Yoke, a wellbeing consultancy that helps businesses create high performance and high wellbeing cultures. Rachel combines over 15 years of consultancy experience with a masters in Organisational Wellbeing. Her global clients sit across sport, fashion, technology, government and professional services. Alongside consultancy work, Rachel loves sharing her passion for business and wellbeing as a thought leader, author (The Wellbeing Narrative - Penguin Random House) and public speaker. She particularly enjoys bringing her own experiences to the table to inspire others to think differently about their lives and work. Whether it be candidly reflecting on what being run over by a car taught her, or sharing how she’s designed her life as a female entrepreneur and new Covid mum, Rachel welcomes all opportunities to contribute to the wellbeing and work debate.
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What Others Say About DataRobot
The benefit that DataRobot gives us over previous techniques is both in terms of the accuracy of the predictions but also in terms of the speed with which we can iterate that learning process. For me personally the biggest interest areas for me is the range of algorithms that I hadn’t previously experienced. That gives us access to some of the more recent statistical techniques that I wouldn’t have seen or used otherwise, and that’s a real learning opportunity for me.
— Richard Parfitt, Head of Analytics, 118118Money.com
I’m firmly convinced that these types of relatively small-scale boring AI Systems will be everywhere. Every system will have at least one machine learning component, and we need to prepare for the future in which that’s true. Every company has aspects of its systems that can be improved using machine learning. My view is that boring AI is where the money is going to be.
— David Hodgson, Senior Data Analyst, SKY
DataRobot is always updating the platform and bringing new algorithms. Usually we don’t know where to start or where we should aim with some of the models. DataRobot facilitates that in the competition of the algorithms to really tell me which is the best one I should pick up. So that really scales not only the models but the knowledge in terms of using DataRobot as a platform
— Renato Piai, Head of Consumer Data Insights and Analytics, Reckitt Benckiser
We chose DataRobot for a combination of its agility and ease of use. It can be used effectively by people without the remotest knowledge of programming. Their support group helps here. They listen to our needs and will develop to the same goals.
— Customer, Head of Data Science, Healthcare
We think DataRobot is particularly useful for our customer analytics, like predicting conversion and customer term. And these are also the use cases bringing our data science and business teams together.
— Customer, Vice President of Advanced Analytics and Data Engineering, Manufacturing
This event is FREE
No registration fees. No hidden fees. Just you and AI.
Registration gives you access to the full AI Experience EMEA Virtual Conference on-demand sessions, including all keynotes and breakout sessions.