BridgeAI: Driving Business Productivity with Artificial Intelligence Workshops
Unlock the potential of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to boost business productivity.
Innovate UK’s BridgeAI programme invites you to a series of workshops that will explore novel AI solutions, with each individual workshop tailored to the needs of the high-growth potential sectors including, agriculture, construction, creative industries, and transport sectors.
Through a design thinking approach, these workshops will look to identify opportunities and address specific challenges faced by businesses, paving the way for a transition to an AI-enabled economy.
About the event
Choose one session to attend, hosted at thestudio, Birmingham:
- 24 July 2023 – Agriculture and Food Processing
- 25 July 2023 – Creative Industries
- 26 July 2023 – Construction
- 27 July 2023 – Transport
Who is this for?
These workshops are ideal for industry representatives from senior management who have the authority and capacity to represent their organisation’s views on business operations.
If you operate in the agriculture, construction, creative industries, or transport sectors and want to harness the power of AI and ML to drive productivity gains, this is the event for you.
What will you gain?
Insightful industry-focused discussions: Engage with experts and peers from your sector to gain valuable insights into the specific challenges and opportunities related to business productivity.
Identification of AI-driven opportunities: Discover new applications of AI and ML that can revolutionise your business operations, improving efficiency and driving growth.
Collaboration and funding opportunities: Connect with AI developers at a later stage and explore collaborative opportunities to have a direct impact on the creation of new AI solutions to address market demand.
There are limited spaces available, so if you are interested in attending, make sure to express your interest to get a chance in securing your spot in the workshops now.
Join us in shaping the future of AI-driven business productivity in the UK.