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At this event, our guides Iain and Dave will lead us through a typical project aimed at process automation.
Using a simplified approach, they will demonstrate that there's plenty that can be achieved without endless meetings, specialist skills, or expensive software and infrastructure.
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn and share views on this key topic.
Our guides/presenters are:
IAIN BECKINGHAM – CTO, Intel UK
Iain has over 24 years of technology industry sales knowledge spanning vertical industries as well as ISV’s and OEM partners. Since joining Intel in 1996, he has held a variety of positions in Sales and Marketing. Previously Director of Cloud Service Providers Group EMEA, he is now Data Centre Sales Director and CTO for the UK at Intel.
DAVE HELLEWELL – Industry Technical Specialist, Intel UK
Dave has approx. 20 years of experience in technical engineering (software and systems engineering) and more recently consulting. His first professional engagements with AI in the UK were focused on agent oriented models around 2007. He is now the Intel UK Technical Lead for Financial Services consulting.
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This event may be filmed and recording could be used for future publicity.
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Please note, we have changed the date of this event from 4 December to 29 January 2020.