This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. This is an illumining and animated talk about how Data and Artificial Intelligence effect our every day lives. It provides a framework for anyone to understand data driven decision making process, and raises critical moral, ethical and legal questions that society needs to address to ensure that our rights are kept safe and that we safeguard our very own existence.
Daniel is the Founder and CEO of Satalia (NPComplete Ltd), a spin-out of UCL that provides a unique algorithmic technology and professional services to solve industries data-driven decision problems. He is passionate about emerging technology and regularly speaks at events with interests in Algorithms, Optimisation, Analytics, Big Data and the Future Internet. Daniel has been awarded a Masters in Computer Science with Machine Learning and Doctorate in Computational Complexity from UCL. He is the Director of UCL Business Analytics MSc, and has Senior Researcher and Lecturing positions in Computer Science and Management Science at UCL and Pearson College. He is a Visiting Fellow of the Big Innovation Centre, and has advisory and executive positions across world-wide companies in the area of Education, Analytics, Big Data, Data-driven Decision Making and Open-Innovation. He holds an international Kauffman Global Entrepreneur Scholarship and actively promotes entrepreneurship and technology innovation across the globe.
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