Humans and Bots is a single-track conference with four panels looking at how to design for humans, using automation in your business, the practical applications for virtual reality and the uses and implications of Artificial Intelligence on our homes, work and lives.
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Had such a brilliant time. They really looked after us as speakers and the attendees were lovely. Great after party chats too!@MissRachilli
Developers, designers, marketers, managers and more! We’re discussing important topics affecting the future of digital & creative industries and this event is for anyone working in or interested in exploring those topics.
Talks won’t be technical. You won’t be learning code or listening to in-depth tutorials. Instead, you’ll be involved in higher-level discussions about these current and near-future technologies and the impact that they can, are and will have on your business, your home and your life.
From the moment you arrive at the conference you’ll be welcomed to a safe, comfortable learning environment along with over 200 fellow curious minds.
In-between sessions, you’ll have the opportunity to meet new friends and explore our partner offers in our exhibition space.
The sessions themselves will each last 60-75 minutes and focus on a single topic. We’ll have up to 5 contributors on stage at any one time where they’ll be interviewed by our host and then have a discussion on that session’s topic. You’ll also have the chance to get involved by asking questions or volunteering to join a panel yourself!
After the event you‘re invited to our private after-party, giving you another opportunity to meet new friends and reflect on the day’s events in a more relaxed environment.
Have to say, I think this was one of the best conferences I've ever attended - every talk was gold. Well done to all involved!@matt5409
Taking place in Central Methodist Church, a grade 2 listed building just a stone’s throw from York’s most iconic street.
A UNESCO City of Media Arts, York is a beautiful place to spend the day (or longer) and is easily accessible by train from most of the UK.