CW TEC 2024:

Engineering AI for Critical Systems

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27 June 2024 | Cambridge Computer Laboratory

The CW Technology & Engineering Conference (CW TEC) offers a more technical engineering focused agenda than the CW International Conference, exploring an emerging problem that our engineering community has highlighted as being particularly worthy of debate.

This AI conference focuses on integrating AI in critical industries, highlighting this technology's potential and engineering challenges. It comprises four sessions:

  • Introduction to AI: Covering AI fundamentals and recent advancements.
  • Applications in Critical Industries: Understanding AI's role in critical industries, such as telecommunications, cybersecurity, healthcare, and banking.
  • Engineering Challenges: Discussing the practicalities of AI, including AI systems engineering challenges, data management and deployment tools.
  • Future Directions: Exploring upcoming technologies and trends in AI.

The event aims to bridge AI technology with real-world applications, emphasizing both current uses and future possibilities.

CW TEC 24 Speakers and Chairs

  • Cheryl Allebrand

    Senior Consultant, Artificial intelligence (AI) and Automation, CGI

  • Mary-Ann Claridge

    Founder, Mandrel Systems

  • Phil Claridge

    Founder, Mandrel Systems

  • Stephen Clemmet

    CEO, Silogic Technology

  • Michaela Eschbach

    CEO, Cambridge Wireless

  • Julia Gwilt

    Partner, Appleyard Lees IP LLP

  • Dr Jade Hind

    Senior Consultant, Space, Defence and Intelligence, CGI

  • Anton Lokhmotov


  • Chris Murphy

    Regional CTO, EMEA, VIAVI Solutions

  • Dr Detlef Nauck

    Head of AI & Data Science Research, BT

  • Paul O'brien

    Director, Compton Innovation

  • Dr Bob Oates

    Associate Director, Cambridge Consultants

  • David Pollington

    Head of Research, Bloc Ventures

  • Prof Amanda Prorok

    Principal Investigator, Prorok Lab, Professor of Collective Intelligence and Robotics, University of Cambridge

  • Camille Terfve, PhD

    Partner, Mewburn Ellis

  • Simon Thompson

    Head of AI, ML & Data Science, GFT Financial Ltd.

  • Dr Ian Wassell

    Senior Lecturer, Digital Technology Group, University of Cambridge, Computer Laboratory

  • Peter Whale

    Founder, Vision Formers

CW TEC 24 Organising Committee

  • Phil Claridge

    Founder, Mandrel Systems

  • Paul Crane

    Board Member, Cambridge Wireless

  • Rachel Kerr

    Head of Events, Cambridge Wireless

  • Paul O'brien

    Director, Compton Innovation

  • Yue Wang

    Head of 6G Research, Samsung Research UK

  • Peter Whale

    Founder & CEO, Vision Formers

CW TEC is now in it's 10th year

CW TEC 2023

The unavoidable complexity of future wireless networks?

CW TEC 2022

Launching the New Wave of Wireless Networks

CW TEC 2021

Engineering 5G Private Networks

CW TEC 2020

Demystifying the Edge

CW TEC 2019

5G, Satellites & Magic MIMO

CW TEC 2018

The inevitable automation of Next Generation Networks

CW TEC 2017

Artificial Intelligence: Underlying technologies – how they work and how they are applied

CW TEC 2016

The Quantum Revolution is coming! Quantum Communications & Computing: How will quantum technologies disrupt wireless?

CW TEC 2015

Integrate or differentiate? - The future of mobile, satellite, TV, IOT and wearable technology and its impact on spectral value


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