Humans and Bots

Thurs 8th June 2017, York

Increase productivity, improve your business and expand your mind by hearing from innovators and thought leaders on bots, automation and VR.

Join over 300 curious minds as we explore how you can:

  • Improve your digital products by designing for Humans, not just users or devices
  • Save yourself time by automating everyday tasks and services
  • Increase engagement by using VR and other interactive technologies in your business
  • Have your voice heard as we discuss the ethics and implications of Artificial Intelligence on our homes, work and lives.

Hurry! Save 1/3 on tickets during March only.

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What to expect

Learn from the experience of experts with our panel-based (chat-show) format. Split into 4 sessions, we’ll be covering:

  • Designing for Humans (Interaction & UX)
  • The Business Case for Bots/Automation
  • Exploring Practical Virtual Reality
  • The Ethics and Implications of AI

It’s all single-track, so you won’t miss a thing. You’ll also have the opportunity to not just listen but take part in discussions and have your say.

Plus, lunch (included) and refreshment breaks offer plenty of time for you to meet some of the most proactive and forward thinking people in the entire sector.

Who to expect

All the people you want to meet. Including: designers, web developers, thought leaders, creative directors, small business owners, freelancers, psychologists, ux experts, copywriters, hobbyists and more!

We’ll be packing four panels with innovators and industry leaders from across the UK.

Humans and Robots is for everyone interested in exploring or working in the world of digital tech.

It’s the future, it’s important and this is your chance to get ahead of the game.

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Act fast! They are limited in quantity and only available during March.

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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.

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