Norfolk’s flagship technology conference returns next week with a bumper line-up of speakers.
Talking Tech is a half-day conference, organised by the Norfolk Chamber of Commerce, which brings together local expert speakers for an interactive and inspiring get-together featuring panel discussions, workshops, and a business exhibition.
The focus for this year’s event is ‘what’s coming’, giving delegates an insight into how technology will continue to change and adapt businesses in the future.
Organisers have put together a programme featuring 23 speakers, including James Duez from Norwich-based Rainbird Technologies, producers of an artificial intelligence platform to aid decision making, and Professor Fiona Lettice, the University of East Anglia’s pro vice chancellor for research and innovation.
Topics for panel discussions will include virtual reality, the skills gap and disruptive technology. These panels are designed to get the audience involved in the conference, asking their questions direct to a selection of experts.
After a networking lunch, delegates will have the chance to attend their choice of workshops.
Talking Tech takes place on Wednesday, September 19 at The Space, Rowntree Way, Norwich. It runs from 8.30am-2pm. For ticket details and more information, click here.
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