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Real Artificial Intelligence 2022
United Kingdom | London
September 30, 2022

Hybrid event: Cloud Security Posture Management 2023
United Kingdom | London
September 5, 2023

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The AI-20xx series is one of the oldest yearly series of AI conferences in Europe, and it is organized by BCS-SGAI, the British Computer Society Specialist Group on Artificial Intelligence.

One component of the conference has gained prominence in recent years: the industrial case studies. These have demonstrated AI as it is used in the real world, with all the successes and difficulties that entails. We are thrilled to announce Real Artificial Intelligence, a series of seminars highlighting real-world uses of AI, building on this success. The seminar is mainly geared at folks who would be interested in learning what AI can offer and what it is currently doing rather than deep AI professionals.

Leading exponents will speak at the event, and there will also be case studies highlighting real-world uses of AI across many different application sectors. The program has allotted plenty of time for discussion.

Hybrid event: Cloud Security Posture Management 2023

Most firms now have a hybrid IT infrastructure in which services are delivered in a variety of ways, some on-premises and others as cloud services. Cloud services provide rapid development by eliminating the requirement for capital expenditure or significant procurement delays to obtain hardware. However, security and compliance duties are shared by the CSP (Cloud Service Provider) and the cloud customer. How can a company ensure that it is using cloud services in ways that meet its compliance obligations and risk tolerance?

While CSPs take precautions to secure the services they provide, it is the customer’s responsibility to use cloud services in a secure and compliant manner. This is a challenge due to the dynamic nature of cloud services, as well as proprietary security features that differ between clouds. The term “Cloud Security Posture Management” (CSPM) refers to systems that enable cloud clients to identify and control the risks associated with their use of cloud services on a continual basis.

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