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8-9 Oct 2018: Training
9-11 Oct 2018: Tutorials & Conference
London, UK
Marc Warner

Marc Warner


Marc Warner is the cofounder and CEO of ASI Data Science. He founded ASI in the belief that the benefits of AI should extend to everyone and has shaped the company so that it can support organizations of all shapes and sizes to take advantage of rapid advances in this field. In the two years since founding ASI, Marc has overseen its growth to more than 50 employees and expanded its scope from a small fellowship scheme to a cutting-edge range of software, training, project, and advisory services. He has led over 50 data science projects for clients ranging from multinational companies like EasyJet and Siemens to the UK government and NHS. His work has been covered by the BBC, the Telegraph, the Independent, and many more. Previously, Marc was the Marie Curie Fellow of Physics at Harvard University, studying quantum metrology and quantum computing. His PhD research, in the field of quantum computing, was awarded the Stoneham prize and was published in Nature and covered in the New York Times.


9:15–9:30 Thursday, 11 October 2018
Location: King's Suite
Marc Warner (ASI), Louis Barson (BEIS)
Fireside chat with Marc Warner and Louis Barson Read more.
11:05–11:45 Thursday, 11 October 2018
Secondary topics:  Computer Vision, Ethics, Privacy, and Security
Marc Warner (ASI)
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How can AI impact national security? Collaborating with the UK Home Office Counterterrorism Unit, ASI Data Science built a tool that removes extremist propaganda from the web. Drawing on this experience, Marc Warner discusses the role of AI in the fight against terror and explains how shared access to this technology may be part of the answer. Read more.