From June 8 to 10, the fourth edition of CogX – The Global Leadership Summit and Festival of AI & Breakthrough Technology goes virtual and gathers hundreds of worldwide speakers to weigh in on the theme-question ‘How can we get the next 10 years right?”.
Business decision makers, activists, artists and government officials bring their insights to create concrete actions for leadership in the next decade and contribute to the discussions around climate emergency as economic opportunity and the innovative solutions that the COVID-19 pandemic brought to light.
Over 30,000 attendees can join 18 main virtual stages with breakout Q&As, 1:1 and group networking sessions, workshops, virtual booths and the CogX Awards ceremony.
UiPath, the leading enterprise Robotic Process Automation (RPA) software company, is proud to be a lead sponsor of the event. For the duration of the three conference days, UiPath has a virtual booth at CogX, where event participants can interact with UiPath representatives and also request meetings with them.
Additionally, Gavin Jackson – Managing Director EMEA at UiPath and Guy Kirkwood – Chief Evangelist UiPath will join two speaker sessions on Wednesday June 10 at 10 a.m. BST.
Guy Kirkwood will be joined by Dan Heap, Director of process automation at customer company Paddy Power Betfair, in a session on the Lab to Live – Real World Lessons stage. This fireside chat will be titled Changing the way people work and allowing them to own the solution to their own problems, quickly, and will be an opportunity for the two speakers to delve into the betting company’s journey with RPA within an ‘automation first’ approach.
On the Next Gen Infrastructure and Cloud Services stage, Gavin Jackson will join a TechUK-hosted panel under the theme TechUK – Are we ready for a revolution in next-generation infrastructure. He will be accompanied by Jacqueline Davey, Global Managing Director BP PLC – IBM, Mark Thomson, Executive Chair STFC - Science and Technology Facilities Council, UK, Sue Daley, Associate Director Tech and Innovation TechUK.
You can get your free ticket to join the festival here.