Date: 11 October 2018
Time: 10:00 am ET / 3:00 pm London / 4:00 pm CET
With so much talk about ‘cool’ technologies such as machine learning, artificial intelligence and blockchain (and its natural extension distributed ledger technology), how much of it is real and applicable to data management?
Is it delivering – or is it likely to deliver – on the promise of greater automation, efficiencies and quality at reduced risk and cost? What business insight can be gleaned from its implementation? What added value can be gathered to help exploit new opportunities?
Which technologies should your organisation be using to improve data management and what benefits can you expect to gain?
This webinar will explore:
Moderator: Sarah Underwood, Editor,
Geoff Horrell, Director of Applied Innovation, London Lab, Thomson Reuters
Director of Applied Innovation, London Lab
Geoff Horrell is Director of Applied Innovation, London Lab. His current focus is helping asset managers with digital transformation using the Knowledge Graph, Data Fusion and Intelligent Tagging NLP capabilities.
Over the last 15 years, Geoff has a long track record of launching innovative content products, including Value Chain, TRBC, Events Platform, Estimates Delta and Knowledge Direct.
Geoff is based in London and has a Master’s in Economics from Edinburgh University.