Previous dinner speakers include:
Professor in Affective Computing
Co-Founder & Lead Scientist
VP, Partnerships & Solutions
IBM Watson Health
Professor of Artificial Intelligence
University of Hertfordshire
Nadia Berthouze's aim is to create sensors that can read their users’ levels of pain and use that information to tailor a therapy. ‘Our work focuses on recognising the pain emotion using body movements and muscle activity'.Read More
Analysis The ability to think logically and to reason is key to intelligence. When this can be replicated in machines, it will no doubt make AI smarter.Read More
Kathy McGroddy-Goetz may have been destined from birth to ascend to her current heights at IBM. As a child, she accompanied her father, former IBM head of research James McGroddy, to the office on Saturdays. Even today, her father's presence looms large, in the form of a portrait she sees every time she ventures into the office cafeteria.Read More
Over the course of the dinner, hear from leading female experts in affective computing, machine learning and psychology, including body movement & facial recognition. Attendees will establish new connections and network with peers including Founders, CTOs, Data Scientists and Research Scientists.
Attendees will arrive to a Champagne reception, followed by 3 courses of seasonal modern British cuisine and wine to match and compliment the evening. After each course, we'll change seats and hear short talks from experts, followed by Q&A and discussions throughout the meal.
As an all-female company, RE•WORK is a strong advocate for supporting female entrepreneurs and women working towards advancing technology and science. The dinner is open to anyone keen to support advancing women in the industry! Please note that this event is closed to recruiters.