The Decision Summit from

Downing College, Cambridge University - Nov 14-15 2018

What is the future of human and machine decision-making? How can machines enhance the decisions we ourselves make?
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43d 17h 23m 55s

A two-day deep dive into AI

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Is it possible that Europe will soon lead the way in AI? is bringing together the best minds in Artificial Intelligence for a two-day Decision Summit, in Cambridge; they will gather for a series of talks and unprecedented visits behind the scenes at the University’s research labs.

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Confirmed topics and speakers

The future mobility of atoms - moving people, goods and robots around new 'physical internets'

Paul Clarke, CTO, Ocado

AI as a force for good

Dr Julien Cornebise, director of research (London), Element AI

Computer brain interfaces: the future of decision making?

Georgia Dienst, director, Kernel

Cyber threats to AI

Dr Chris Dilloway, executive, Hakluyt Cyber

Quantum computers and the impact on machine-assisted decision making

Ilyas Khan, CEO & co-founder, Cambridge Quantum Computing

Transforming national security with data science

Dr John Piorkowsky, Johns Hopkins University

How can AI most improve human decision-making?

Dr Jess Whittlestone, post- doctoral research associate, Centre for the Future of Intelligence, Cambridge

The future of voice interfaces

Craig Saunders, head of applied science, Amazon Alexa Knowledge

The relationship between intelligence and technology

Professor Carl-Edward Rasmussen, Chairman,

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The event moderator

The moderator will be David Shukman, science editor of the BBC.
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Meet our speakers

We are bringing together the best minds to help us establish a new AI paradigm that focuses on making better decisions.

Craig Saunders

Amazon Alexa Knowledge

The Global Conversation

The event follows on from the World’s first AI for Decision-Making event which presented in Palo Alto in May. The summit was hugely successful, attracting some of the most significant global players in this increasingly energised field. started a movement, defining how AI can be used to make the decisions that matter in the real world - way beyond the confines of deep learning.

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