With recent reports documenting that 30 percent of activities for 60 percent of occupations are now technically automatable, the big question remains: what will this future look like and how long will it take to get there?
The breakfast briefing, scheduled for 8.30am to 10am, organised in partnership with the Warwick Business School Knowledge and Innovation Network (KIN) and Norton Rose Fulbright (NRF), will consider the realistic impact of this new technology, and the advisable steps that organisations should take to plan for and embrace these new innovations, so they’re better equipped to optimise the partnership between human-machine collaboration.
The session will be led by guest speakers including Steve Dale, Warwick Business School, KIN Facilitator and Sugandha Rana, Knowledge Manager, Norton Rose Fulbright. Following the briefing, guests are invited to join a private tour of NRF’s impressive workplace offering its workforce of 650+ lawyers a beautiful riverside environment in which to work, learn and socialise.
Tickets are £32 with all proceeds going to the BBC Children in Need charity.
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