Abstract: According to Home Office data, the proportion of crimes solved by police in England and Wales has fallen to the lowest level recorded. Crime investigations are inherently expensive and each case takes a lot of man-hours and resource-poor cities are less able to reduce investigators' caseloads. With the growing amount of information held in siloed systems and people’s minds, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to grasp all the links and see the relations. Data is overwhelming.
What if by using latest technology such as AI and NLP we could reduce time in solving crimes and the response times at the scene? What if more lives can be solved because AI can help automatically make a link between information faster than any human could do? What if that same technology could help us become more efficient and satisfied employees while decreasing costs for the companies?
In this talk I would share the specific formula governments companies can adopt to successfully employ AI while keeping humans in the loop making them more efficient, productive and happy.
Bio: Kamila Hankiewicz is a Managing Director of Untrite, an AI company helping companies make better use of data they already have; we provide an AI engine which pulls data from silos and understands the links and relevance between them. Kamila is a vivid advocate for diversity and empowering women in technology; she co-founded NGO Girls in Tech London and Poland. The local chapter has an active member base of more than 9 000 people, with more than 125 000 globally.
Kamila's past life includes working as a Management Consultant with a focus on banking, where she was involved in digital transformation projects (such as Santander's £1.65bn worth project Rainbow). Kamila is a frequent speaker on the subject of humanising work with use of AI. Her latest talks include those for BigDataLDN, Rasa, Future of AI and Women in AI. She hosts "Humans of AI" video interviews with prominent people solving some of the world's toughest problems with the use of AI - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7qPUVnjrzb4oFwtAmDOTtw. Some of her guests include: Lord Tim Clement-Jones from House of Lords, David Barber from UCL, Rana el Kaliouby from Affectiva and many more.