Digital Economy and Technology Events at Labour Party Conference 2017

Sunday 24th September

8:00pm
The Grand Hotel, GB2
The Barnardo’s Reception – Childhoods In A Digital World

Monday 25th September

12:30pm
Holiday Inn 137, Kings Road, Lancing 1
Is Artificial Intelligence Sexist?
Future Labour Board Member Chi Onwurah MP has been invited to this event.

12:30pm
Hilton Brighton Metropole, Hall 7, Clyde
Time To Disrupt?  An Industrial Strategy For The Digital Economy

2:15pm
British Airways i360, New Statesman Hub, Birch
A New Future!  How Artificial Intelligence And The Fourth Industrial Revolution Can Transform Britain’s Regions

5:00pm
Brighton Centre, Fujitsu Business Lounge
What Does Digital Mean For Our Industrial Strategy?
Future Labour Board Member Chi Onwurah MP has been invited to this event.

Tuesday 26th September

12:30pm
Hilton Brighton Metropole, Hall 7, Clyde
Scaling-Up Britain: Why Doesn’t The UK Have Its Own Apple Or Google?
Future Labour Board Member Chi Onwurah MP has been invited to this event.

12:30pm
Hilton Brighton Metropole, Surrey Suites 1
The Future Of The UK Data Economy After Brexit
Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Data Analytics Daniel Zeichner MP will be speaking at this event

12:45pm
Hilton Brighton Metropole – Ambassador
Digital Safety – Helping Your Constituents Get Fraud Smart

1:00pm
British Airways i360, New Statesman Hub, Birch
Securing The Future: Cyber Security For A New Age
Future Labour Board Member Chi Onwurah MP has been invited to this event.

1:15pm
Mercure Brighton Seafront Hotel, Ballroom
New Jobs, New Technologies, Same Old Solutions?  Labour, The Trade Unions And The Changing Labour Market

5:30pm
Hilton Brighton Metropole, Osborne
Tech Literacy: Setting The Next Generation Up For Success In A Digital World

5:45pm
Hilton Brighton Metropole, Durham Hall – Argyle
How Digital Technology Can Revolutionise Social Care

Digital Defence – The National Cyber Security Strategy

Chancellor Philip Hammond gave a speech at the Microsoft conference in October launching the National Cyber Security Strategy. He was clear that changing technology transforms our society and our economy dramatically. To illustrate this point, the Chancellor noted that in 1589 the British Inventor William Lee developed a knitting machine, and was denied a patent for it on the grounds that it would create unemployment. The Queen noted in her rejection of the patent that “It would assuredly bring them (her subjects) to ruin by depriving them of employment, thus making them beggars.”

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