Introducing AI into the workplace

Please join us at the University of Surrey for a fun, yet comprehensive introduction to artificial intelligence (AI) with a focus on practical applications, productivity enhancement, and secure usage. Delivered by Rob May (founder of ramsac) who is a global technologist and AI thought leader.

Attendees can expect to gain a foundational understanding of AI, learn how to leverage AI tools for personal and professional productivity, and understand the importance of secure and ethical AI implementation.

  • Understand the basics of AI and its applications in both personal and professional settings.
  • Learn how to use AI tools to enhance productivity and efficiency.
  • Gain insights into the secure and ethical implementation of AI.
  • Be equipped with practical tips on effective AI prompting and usage.
  • Be prepared to address and mitigate biases in AI systems.
  • Receive guidance on getting started with AI in your organisation and leverage it for maximum benefit.

Rob’s engaging presentation will demystify AI, provide actionable advice, and inspire attendees to harness the power of AI securely and productively.

Date: Tuesday 17th September 2024

Time: 6pm-8pm

Location: Lakeside Restaurant, University of Surrey

Price: free

Please note: If you have recently attended a ramsac AI webinar, there might be some overlapping information. You may not gain as much benefit from attending again unless you are seeking a refresher.

The content of this event will be aimed at people running businesses or organisations of at least 30 staff and it’s unlikely to be so relevant to sole traders or micro businesses. If a registration does not fit our delegate criteria we reserve the right to cancel the registration. We verify you via your use of your professional email address in your registration. Registrations made via personal, rather than professional, email addresses will not usually be accepted.

Quiz yourself

Are you more cyber savvy than an 11 year old?

11-14 year olds get asked these questions in school. Could you get these right?