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THE myths and realities of artificial intelligence (AI) were under discussion at Northern Housing’s latest leaders’ roundtable event, where guests proved they were a shrewd judge of technological trends.

by | May 13, 2019 | News

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THE myths and realities of artificial intelligence (AI) were under discussion at Northern Housing’s latest leaders’ roundtable event, where guests proved they were a shrewd judge of technological trends.

As previously, the April roundtable took place at Manchester’s Albert Square Chop House, offering guests a convivial venue to chew on some topical issues – and enjoy a slap-up meal too.

What ensued turned out to be a wide-ranging discussion of the possibilities – as well as the implications – of AI, automation, data analytics, and more.

Hosted by Central Networks & Technologies, with support from Fujitsu UK, a cross section of housing leaders and tech specialists gathered to share their thoughts – and experiences – on how the latest technology is helping them conduct their business better.

“Fundamentally, artificial intelligence is human-like behaviour from a machine and really what we are all grappling with is automation,” observed Brian Moran, deputy chief executive of Jigsaw Homes.

Fundamentally, artificial intelligence is human-like behaviour from a machine and really what we are all grappling with is automation.

Brian Moran

deputy chief executive, Jigsaw Homes