The Top 10 Best Artificial Intelligence Speakers

Artificial intelligence lies at the heart of the dynamic technological changes touching all our lives and there’s no better time to book one our in-demand speakers to help make sense of a tech revolution no one can afford to ignore. From a simple auto-correcting of text messages to self-driving cars, AI will continue to touch every aspect of our lives in the years ahead. Our expert speakers will ensure you and your audiences stay not just informed, but a step ahead of this extraordinary revolution.

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1. Zoe Kleinman – As the BBC’s first Technology Editor, Zoe hasn’t just reported on the impact of artificial intelligence, she has experienced it first hand as well – from the thrill of drone racing to the surreal experience of travelling in a driverless car and even spending the night surrounded by nothing but robots. A familiar name in Silicon Valley. Zoe draws on years of expertise to offer an in-depth perspective on AI.

2. Jeremy White – We’ve all heard of ChatGPT but Jeremy’s expertise delves much deeper into the world of Generative AI and explains how this ground-breaking piece of tech can work for your business. As a tech writer and broadcast TV expert on the BBC and Sky, Jeremy doesn’t just have an in depth knowledge of current tech trends, he demonstrates how AI innovation can help businesses plan future strategies and even negotiate future contracts.

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3. Shivvy Jervis – is one of the globe’s most trusted, female voices covering human-centred innovation. Each day she helps millions discover the incredible innovations that will get business and society “future ready”. How will breakthroughs such as emotionally aware AI, augmented commerceand next-gen connectivity drive sustainable progress for our cities, health and livelihoods? What’s the best way to protect our digital identity or the most fascinating jobs or skills for 2023 and beyond? And how can we apply discoveries about our brain chemistry – such as the science behind why we give up – to build more engaged workforces? These are just a few of the many developments Shivvy studies and presents to enthralled audiences.

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Dr Daniel Hulme (PhD) keynote technology speaker Artificial Intelligence (AI) and emerging technologies.

4. Dr Daniel Hulme (PhD) – a leading expert in Artificial Intelligence and emerging technologies. Daniel is the CEO of Satalia, an award-winning company that provides AI products and solutions for global companies such as Tesco and PwC. Satalia was so successful that it was acquired by WPP and Daniel became Chief AI Officer for WPP. He is also the Director of UCL’s Business Analytics MSc, applying AI to solve business and social problems. Daniel is a popular keynote speaker specialising in the topics of AI, ethics, technology, innovation, decentralization and organisational design. He is a serial speaker for Google and TEDx, and is a faculty member of Singularity University.

Cristina Criddle

5. Cristina Criddle – The explosion in the use of AI raises urgent questions about what impact the rapidly changing technology will have on society and whether or not the world fully understands the risks – as well as the rewards – which even its inventors have questioned. Cristina can expertly explain how AI suddenly became part of all our lives with many of us not even realising, how the tech gained such mass popularity so quickly, and what type of regulation the world needs to stop AI running out of control.

6. Ed Newton-Rex – one of the world’s leading speakers on artificial intelligence and creativity. An expert in generative AI, Ed held senior roles at Tik Tok and Snapchat before becoming VP Product, Harmonai, Stability AI. Ed’s own AI music company was purchased by ByteDance, which owns TikTok and his creative and engaging presentations offer sharp-end insights on artificial intelligence.

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7. Katie Prescott – is the Technology Business Editor for The Times and a weekly columnist for the newspaper’s award-winning business section. Artificial intelligence is a central part of Katie’s work as she reports across the fast-changing landscape of tech, media and telecoms. ChatGPT,  Google’s Bard, AI in healthcare, Artistic AI and Harvesting Robotics are just some of the issues she has reported on. One of the UK’s best-known business journalists, Katie is a familiar voice to millions of listeners and viewers after a decade reporting for the BBC, presenting business news for Radio 4’s Today Programme and working as a Business Correspondent across BBC News on TV, radio and online.

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8. Kathryn Parsons – Founder and co-CEO of Decoded, which teaches people to code in a day. Kathryn was awarded an MBE for her work campaigning for coding to be on the national curriculum. Kathryn is a regular columnist for the Sunday Times, sharing her expertise and outlook on the rapidly evolving technology world, covering issues like Artificial intelligence, Chatbots, Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies.

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Stephanie Hare author, keynote speaker, commentator

9. Stephanie Hare – a leading author, keynote speaker, commentator and consultant on technology, trends and business, and a best-selling author of Technology Is Not Neutral: a short guide to technology ethics.

Stephanie has a deep knowledge of artificial intelligence, having explored subjects like automation, facial recognition and cyber security and has been in a high demand with major broadcasters, like the BBCfor commentary on the latest developments in AI.

Kitty Horlick technology keynote speaker

10. Kitty Horlick – No corner of the internet will remain untouched by AI, and Kitty’s got that covered thanks to her expertise in web3 – a decentralised version of the web powered by technologies such as blockchain. The founder of consultancy firm Blackwood, she can explain how artificial intelligence can effectively infiltrate the DNA of everything we do online, whether it’s the metaverse, NFTs or cryptocurrencies. Her forensic knowledge of AI is guaranteed to enrich your understanding of tech and the impact it will have on the way you work.

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