International Technology, Media and Communications Conference 2017
London, United KingdomShow location
Now marking its 3rd year, CMS's International Technology, Media and Communications conference will be gathering more than 150 delegates, representing financial institutions, technology players, traditional and new media companies, and communications service providers from across the globe.
“Innovate to survive” is the conference motto this year. Please join us in London for a day of interesting panel discussions and keynotes to hear how companies are strengthening their position to thrive in an ever-evolving technological landscape.
*agenda subject to alteration
The Future of Food
London-based Deliveroo is a start-up success story, having grown in just four years to hit a valuation of over £1bn. Hear why innovation is a necessity in their journey.
Is eSports the next big sensation?
As the popularity of eSports grows, traditional sports have responded in a mixed way - sometimes with apprehension, sometimes spotting an opportunity, and sometimes being plain puzzled as to its appeal. Start to understand the eSports landscape and hear how third parties can use eSports to their commercial advantage.
Game-changing financial services
How are banks and insurers being disrupted by startups, and how can they work together better?
The Digital Transformation journey
60 years of AI - a bird’s eye view
Since Margaret Boden's first scientific publication on artificial intelligence in 1972, she has witnessed some of the most significant breakthroughs and periods of struggle in the area. Maggie will give us a rare and valuable insight into the developments in AI over time.
IBM Watson at work
How is AI being applied in practice? Craig Dawson will share how IBM Watson's technologies are wowing and transforming organisations.
Innovate or your deal could die
The pressure to be more efficient and drive legal costs down is even more intense. This panel will discuss the practical applications and benefits of legal technology, the risk appetite of investors, and what the role of lawyers will be in the future.
The Rise of the New Luxury Economy
Why brands that put people at the heart of innovation will thrive
There are multiple factors that make an organisation truly ‘innovative’, and it is people who will always be at the heart of that - be it employees, customers, or the wider world.
Christmas drinks reception
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