Missed the European Summit in February? Not to worry, we have our first Business Breakfast of the year coming up.

As usual, we’re hosting a June breakfast around the TravelTech Show to welcome our extensive community of key decision makers from travel and tech to connect and enjoy a morning of thought leadership before the trade event has even started.

Join us on Wednesday, June 19, at Everyman Broadgateas we welcome Cognizant and AWS to shine a lense on Generative AI. It’s no longer a matter of ‘if’ you should implement GenAI - but how – and understanding and de-fining the role it will play in the future of customer journeys and the evolution of the travel and transport industries.

The road ahead is complex, but it’s a road worth taking given the potential the emerging technology has to solve many of the industries’ perennial challenges.

We hope you’ll join us for breakfast where we’ll take you from point A to point AI and explore all aspects from GenAI’s transformative power in industry use cases and common challenges and roadblocks faced, to how to demonstrate the value to both customers and the workforce.

We hope to see you there. If you have any questions regarding the event please contact Mikaella Gaitanou, mikaella@jacobsmediagroup.com.

Speakers

 

All A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Joe Welton
head of travel, transport & hospitality, UK
Amazon Web Services
Phil Basford
senior director UKI consulting – AI & data CTO
Cognizant

Agenda

Networking Breakfast
Editor welcome
Panel discussion: Point A to Point AI - how can GenAI revolutionise travel and transport

Rapid advancement of Generative AI even in the past year has underscored the implications of this new technology. Implications so vast that many companies may find them overwhelming. To help you navigate the complexities of GenAI and the opportunities arising for the sector, join us for this panel discussion where technology and industry experts from Cognizant and AWS will take you through:

  • genAI’s transformative power in distinct industry use cases
  • common challenges and roadblocks that organisations are facing now when looking to implement AI 
  • the risks and ethical considerations for companies looking to unlock the benefits of generative AI 
  • how to demonstrate the value of generative AI to both customers and the workforce 
  • the best way to engage the board in conversations around generative AI

It’s no longer a matter of ‘if’ in implementing this new technology - but rather how - and understanding and defining the role it will play in the future of customer journeys and the evolution of the travel and transport industries. The road ahead is complex, but it’s a road worth taking given the technology’s potential to solve many of the industries’ perennial challenges.

Moderator:

Kate Harden-England, editor, Travolution

Speakers:

Joe Welton, head of travel, transport & hospitality, UK, Amazon Web Services

Philip Basford, senior director UKI consulting – AI & data CTO, Cognizant

Editor thank you and goodbye

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Venue

Everyman Broadgate, 1 Finsbury Ave, London, EC2M 2PF