Following a sell-out conference last year, Diversity in Technology 2018, Europe’s largest conference dedicated to hardwiring diversity and inclusion, is returning for a day full of inspiring keynotes, panel discussions, technical sessions and diversity-focused workshops on 24th May 2018 in London.
Join 500+ tech leaders and professionals including HMRC, Bloomberg, Sky, HSBC, BBC amongst many more!
The conference will connect and empower people from minority groups, provide practical insight into ground breaking technologies, and enable organisations to build truly diverse and inclusive cultures.
· 21st Century Leadership: How to Cultivate Leadership in Today’s Multigenerational Workplace
· How to Design an Inclusive World in a Non-Inclusive World
· Can a Version of the Rooney Rule Improve Diversity in Technology?
· Nurturing the Next Generation
D&I in Tech
· AI and Facial Recognition: The Question of Diversity Within Machine Learning
· Technology that is Giving People Power to Deal with Disability
· Can Technology Make a World Dominated by Sound More Accessible?
· Disrupt Ourselves Before We Are Disrupted
· AI is the New UI – Our Changing Relationship with Technology
· Reinventing the Healthcare Experience
· Robotics and Autonomous Systems: Will Robots Do All Our Dirty Work?
- Humanising Diversity & Inclusion
- Smashing the Glass Wall
Take a look at the full conference agenda.
Confirmed speakers currently include:
Chief Digital and Information Officer, HMRC
MD Technology & Financial Services, Accenture
Head of D&I EMEA, Bloomberg
CTIO IoT, Service & Digital, Ventures at BT
Head of Technology, Sky
London City Director, Lesbians Who Tech
Head of Digital Innovation, HSBC
Chief Transformation Officer, MediaCom
Technical Director, Starkey Hearing Technologies
CEO, Pearl and Dean
Founder, Leadher Initiative
CEO, Business Disability Forum
Head of Digital Inclusion, AbilityNet
Founder & Patient Director, Andiamo
Founder, Oscillate Tech TV
... and many more!
See full speaker list.
2017 video highlights: https://youtu.be/FJhHcCcMvvs