AI expert Sherin Mathew joins the speaker roster for DeeperThanBlue’s Business Analytics Forum, happening on Wednesday, October 13, 2021 at The Mowbray in Sheffield.

His session, ‘How to disrupt the AI disruption’ will help executives understand how to plan an AI journey for their business. He’ll be covering the myths, reality and breaking the AI barriers, understanding the core elements required to build an AI strategy and learning more about the AI architecture and AI services.

Formerly of IBM, Sherin has many years of experience in analytics and AI and is widely known as the CEO and founder of the popular AI Tech North, a forum and lab working on innovations in AI and discussing strategy and ethics around AI advancements. He also founded Innovation Exchange, a knowledge-sharing hub for the latest trends and cutting-edge developments in technology.

He’ll be joined by KPI guru Bernie Smith, who’ll be sharing his expertise on why performance targets fail and how to fix them, as well as how to design robust, effective, and credible targets for your organisation.

Bernie has decades of experience consulting in the wealth and banking sectors and is now the founder and MD of Made to Measure KPIs, helping businesses to fulfill their objectives through performance measurement and operational improvement.

Simon Harrison and Julian Shaw of DeeperThanBlue’s own analytics team will be sharing their own learnings and experiences from working in data and AI and will be sharing their best-kept tips and tricks of the trade.

Simon said: “We have lots of great content lined up and you can view the full agenda. Keep an eye on our social media and our newsletter to be the first to know.

“So, join us for an afternoon of knowledge sharing, analytical thinking and networking over a few drinks in the heart of Sheffield’s Kelham Island district. We’re excited to catch up with you all after so long apart.”

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