One Day Programme: Architecting the Enterprise: AI, Cloud and Data (London, United Kingdom - April 23, 2020) -

DUBLIN--()--The "Architecting the Enterprise: AI, Cloud and Data" conference has been added to's offering.

Many emerging technologies are set to impact every aspect of business. But there is considerable work to be done to create a comprehensive strategy and architecture to be able to turn the stored data into valuable business asset through scalable and flexible Cloud and with AI solutions. But this can be a daunting task as every enterprise will have to deal with the innumerable technologies, stakeholders as well as prioritize their efforts in making the changes.

This conference will help you:

  • Hear from a variety of inspirational speakers pushing the boundaries in artificial intelligence, machine learning and cybersecurity.
  • Will help spur new ideas, fast track project strategy and execution.
  • Turn your Enterprise Data into a valuable business asset.
  • How Cloud-Native combines DevOps, Microservices, Containers and Continuous Delivery
  • Cohesive Data Management.
  • Be part of a community that benefits from the interaction with experts and the opportunity to share learning with their peers.


Cognitive Engineering - Artificial Intelligence As A Service (AIaaS)

Jonathon Wright, Chief Technology Officer, Digital Assured

In the digital reality, technology is no longer just the enabler and it is what it is to be human, the ability to continuously learn and evolve. The approaches and techniques that worked yesterday, may no longer be the optimum approach for the future. Historically, human processes have been based on linear, sequential activities highly suitable to be replaced by cognitive engineering practices such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML). However, A.I. is no longer mimicking human behaviours, but far surpassing our greatest expectations.

Organisations are investing in adopting cognitive services, these intelligent algorithms to understand and interpret your business needs through natural languages are help drive omni-channel delivery that are extremely responsive to customer sentiment. Blurring the boundaries of Enterprise AI adoption with Chaos Engineering resilient in the face of unpredictable failure modes, whilst still being able to process huge amounts of unstructured data, embarking onto this third wave of Artificial Intelligence as a Services (AIaaS).

Implementing Enterprise Data Architecture: From Vision To Value

Sarah Burnett, Chief Data Architect, Defra

For many organisations, Data Architecture is the forgotten architectural discipline. But to maximise business and technology aspirations, it is essential. This talk will cover the experience of implementing Enterprise Data Architecture in the Department of the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs as part of its Digital and Data Transformation initiative.

How AI Can Make The Human Connection Between You And Your Money

Elizabeth Basten, Chief Marketing Officer, Wealth Wizards

Financial stresses are costing the UK economy over 12 billion and UK employers are losing 18 million working hours. Financial wellbeing means different things to different people. In order to make a human connection with millions of people on an individual basis at the same time; the only way is AI to make the UK feel better about their money.

Panel: Challenges Of Transformation

Simon Hayhurst, Senior Business Consultant, Coleman Parkes

Dominic Harries, Development Lead for Europe, the Middle East & Africa at IBM's Cloud Garage

Carly Kind, Director, Ada Lovelace Institute

Sandra Peaston, Director of Research and Development, Cifas

Fraud Prevention In The Age Of Data Science

Sandra Peaston, Director of Research and Development, Cifas

This session will cover the evolution of fraud prevention practices and examine the part that data science plays. It will look at where data science is currently used and where it can be used in the future, as well as critically looking at the moral and ethical implications.

The Business Case For Augmented Intelligence

Dan Hooper, CEO, Dragonfly

To be market-leading means businesses must evolve their thinking around how they transform and deliver technology beyond that of what they read, experience and see.

One largely untapped area that offers vast potential is the convergence of digital, automation, AI and analytics - technologies that are often viewed in isolation of each other. Through convergence they enable knowledge workers to enhance and amplify organisational capability and address key challenges to reduce avoidable loses, enable more effective decision-making and accelerate time-to-value. Simply put: promoting a cheaper, faster, smarter approach. Augmented intelligence - the fusion of human and artificial intelligence, is fast become a strategic capability that is a practical necessity to move organisations beyond digital, automation and analytics.

It seems reasonable to assume augmented intelligence can play a significant role in this journey post digital, but what outcomes can it deliver? And can you make a business case for its use?

For more information about this conference visit

Laura Wood, Senior Press Manager
For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470
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For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900

Laura Wood, Senior Press Manager
For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470
For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630
For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900