British astronaut, Major Tim Peake, takes data to new dimensions as he closes out Big Data LDN 2023
Data innovation is in full swing and Big Data London 2023 is at the epicentre of the revolution.
Taking place at London Olympia from the 20-21st September, this year’s show will emphasise the rise in Generative AI and how this has created a shift in how we interact with and utilise data. The show will draw on the evolution of deep learning and natural language processing (NLP) technologies to drive the future of automation and shape the way we collect, process, and extract value from data. AI is a pivotal theme to the conference as businesses look to embrace Gen AI to stay competitive and innovative as the science of data continues to evolve.
Big Data LDN will address how we can transform data into actionable insights that drive impact, exploring themes from AI to Data Privacy and Security, Data Ethics, Data Culture and much more.
The event will feature an impressive line-up of more than 300 expert speakers, spread across 15 technical and business-led theatres. These carefully curated conference sessions will showcase exceptional experts who will share their unique stories, unparalleled expertise, and real-world use cases.
Visitors will have the opportunity to engage face-to-face with representatives and consultants from over 180 exhibiting organisations, to explore effective solutions that address their data challenges and help to develop a robust data-driven strategy for their business.
Bringing together the brightest minds, cutting-edge technologies, and a wealth of knowledge, Big Data LDN promises a stellar line-up of speakers, dynamic stages and seminars.
Star studded line-up
The keynote speaker line-up will bring together prominent figures and industry luminaries from across the globe. With two keynote theatres for 2023, the X-Axis and Y-Axis, visitors will be spoilt for choice.
On Wednesday 20th, from 12:40pm to 1.10pm in the X-Axis Theatre, visitors can hear from Data Director at OVO, Katie Russell, and Monte Carlo CEO, Barr Moses, in an electrifying fireside chat to discuss the evolution of data at OVO, how they aligned their tooling decisions to company-wide KPIs, and why data observability is critical to their mission of helping customers reduce costs - and their carbon footprint - with reliable data.
Don’t miss this year’s Great Data Debate at Big Data LDN from 4-5pm on Day 1, Wednesday 20th, in the Y-Axis Theatre, where conference chairman and industry analyst Mike Ferguson will host executives from leading software vendors to discuss challenges, trends and success factors in implementing data and analytics.
The highlight of the show - renowned astronaut, Major Tim Peake, CMG, and the first British European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut to visit the International Space Station, is set to headline the event at 4:40pm on Thursday 21st September in the Y-Axis Theatre.
He will share his remarkable journey to space and his unique perspective on the value of data and AI in space exploration, providing unparalleled insights and awe-inspiring stories of his experiences and the future of data.
Databricks, EMEA Field CTO, Robin Sutara will host a panel discussion along with Di Mayze, Global Head of Data and AI at WPP, Natalie Cramp, CEO, Profusion, and Richard Davis, Chief Data Officer of Ofcom, in the Y-Axis Keynote Theatre at 09:15 - 10:00, on Thursday 21st Sept.The discussion ‘People, process and platform – is Gen AI creating a Game of Thrones and how can we lead our organisations on the AI revolution?’, will cover the evolution of data culture resulting from the GenAI movement and the implications of generative AI on various aspects of organisations, including workforce dynamics, decision-making processes, and the role of human creativity.
Also, on Thursday 21st, from 2-2.30pm, Abi Gilbertson, Technical Analyst, McLaren Racing, will reveal ‘How McLaren Racing uses Alteryx to pursue efficiency’ and how McLaren’s relentless focus on leveraging innovation to perform, combined with Alteryx’s analytics automation software, drives breakthroughs to harness and find key insights in complex data with tremendous speed.
With 13 further theatres, including 3 new stages for 2023, the agenda is jam packed full of inspiring speakers and discussions.