Tuesday 12 November 18:30 - 21:00

Octopus Group HQ
7th Floor
222 Grays Inn Road
London
WC1X 8HB

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Masters of AI | The future of the workplace

Science & Technology

Over the last few years, weโ€™ve seen the adoption of AI technology in enterprise business grow exponentially. AI now plays an influential role in enabling businesses to improve efficiencies, grow their revenues and profits, and drive sustainability. To continue innovating at such a pace, humans and AI will need to form much closer, collaborative relationships to take advantage of their respective strengths.

As AI adoption becomes more and more commonplace, weโ€™ll start seeing a shift in workplace structure. Businesses will need to think of new ways to plan their employeesโ€™ development over the coming years, and effective change management planning will be crucial for HR teams moving forward. There will be a requirement to work alongside all departments to prepare for how the structure of the workforce will change as AI becomes more mainstream. This collaborative future could carry many benefits, and some potential concerns too. So, what steps do we need to take to employ a considered strategy?


AI and humans โ€“ the future of workplace collaboration

This Masters of AI event will explore these important aspects of the future of AI and the workplace. Weโ€™ll hear from forward-thinking professionals about what theyโ€™re currently doing to prepare for the future of workplace collaboration. This event is aimed at marketing, sales, operations, supply chain and IT leaders who want to deploy AI in the business, and take their teams on a journey of discovery to learn how people and AI can work together in harmony to do great things.


Agenda:

18:30 โ€“ Arrivals and welcome drinks
19:00 โ€“ย Richard Potter, CEO, Peak:ย Welcome and introductions
19:15 โ€“ Speaker to be announced
19:40 โ€“ย Speaker to be announced
20:05 โ€“ Closing statements and Q&A
20:30 โ€“ Networking, food and drinks


If you have any questions about the event, please get in touch with Marlee Briscoe at [email protected]

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