Analytics and big data are changing the business landscape. Enabling organisations to outperform their competitors in operational and financial results, big data takes the guess work out of business. Delivering not only new revenue streams, but new ways of engaging with your customers, in continually fragmented and competitive markets, this is the key differentiator that will ensure profitability and success.
In just the last few years, the processing power and the storage capacity required to harness the data to achieve superior results has rapidly reduced in price, so now is the time to learn the tips and tricks from the best in the business – it will enable your business to make big decisions based on real information for real bottom line benefits.
To stay ahead in a future digital economy, businesses need to prepare for radical change. Today, the digital skills that underpin the success of our future economy lie in the hands of a small group of people.
How many business leaders can confidently say they understand what goes on behind the screen or how the hacker mindset works?
For leading businesses, innovation is no longer a one-off, it’s a necessary culture shift. Understanding the languages of technology; code, data, cyber security, machine learning, lean methodologies and beyond is a way to supercharge this new culture.
Decoded has grown in four years from a small start up to the world’s preeminent global technology educator, famous for teaching anyone to Code in a Day and on a mission to spread Digital Enlightenment.
Recently, Decoded have been working more deeply with global boards on how new kinds of business and leadership can ensure professionals thrive in the machine learning age and with governments to reimagine what a new education system needs to look like for the next generation.
Decoded successfully campaigned for code to be taught on the UK national curriculum. The first country to make it a mandatory for all children.
Decoded CEO Kathryn Parsons will share her story of how she took on a mission impossible, how she decoded the digital world and will share her observations about what we can expect and how we can prepare for the changes driven by technology which await us.
How can organisations transform themselves by adopting an innovative approach to the integration of process, data and analytics to deliver measurable business improvement?
How can organisations build strategic and sustainable
capabilities to deliver better customer, employee and organisational
outcomes through the use of intelligent systems, architectures, processes and
new operating models?
How will emerging technologies such as cognitive computing, robotics and artificial intelligence be used to create new value for organisations?
Panel Moderator - Jon Stone, KPMG
In today’s fast moving environment all IT leaders face big challenges, increasing capacity, providing secure systems, and ensuring that the business is making the most of the opportunities which data symmetry can provide. Quantum computers offer the promise of exponential advantage over any traditional computer for a range of data processing applications.
This has inspired huge multinational efforts to conquer the science behind quantum computing and, ultimately, to build these incredibly advanced devices.
In his presentation Michael will give a broad overview of this worldwide effort to build quantum computers.
The Garvan Institute of Medical Research are building next generation data analysis infrastructure to unlock the secrets of the genome and ultimately transform health care. Garvan’s Kinghorn Centre for Clinical Genomics (KCCG), sequences 150 Human Genomes every 3 days (18000 genomes per year), and at over 100 Gigabytes per genome annually generate more than 1.5 Petabytes of raw data that needs to be analysed by data scientists.
Dr Kaplan will discuss computational and data challenges using an app to turn smartphones into supercomputers.