09:00 - 09:45
We start with a welcome and conference introduction by Sebastian Meyen, the conference chair.
Followed by Kamila Hankiewicz’s keynote:
According to Home Office data, the proportion of crimes solved by police in England and Wales has fallen to the lowest level recorded. Crime investigations are inherently expensive; each case takes a lot of man hours, and resource-poor cities are less able to reduce investigators’ caseloads. With the growing amount of information held in siloed systems and people’s minds, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to grasp all the links and see the relationships. Data is overwhelming.
What if by using the latest technology, such as AI and NLP, we could reduce the time it takes to solve crimes and improve response times at the scene? What if more lives can be saved because AI can help automatically make a link between information faster than any human could? What if that same technology could help us become more efficient and satisfied employees while decreasing costs for the companies?
In this talk I share the specific formula governments companies can adopt to successfully employ AI while keeping humans in the loop, making them more efficient, productive and happy.