Voted a thought leader ‘making digital Britain tick’, Shivvy Jervis is a multi-award winning futurist, advisor and presenter on the digital economy. She makes it her mission to uncover the most groundbreaking innovation that will transform our realities, and is currently authoring an ambitious book on the same theme. This will see her scouring the globe for the most powerful advances of the next decade. 

Shivvy has received more than 18 national and international accolades for her work, more recently including an Outstanding Achiever award at a ceremony held at the House of Lords and a nomination from the public as a ‘Woman of the Year’. She h...

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What’s Next for the Digital Economy

Bigger, better, faster, stronger - We are now truly immersed in digital and 'always on'. Technology and connectivity are rapidly being embedded into nearly every aspect of both how we do business and how we're living our lives.

The digital economy and fourth industrial revolution are seeing unprecedented growth with this sector outpacing the wider economy even in turbulent political times. 

The need for purpose-driven innovation has certainly never been stronger. In this eye-opening talk, Shivvy reveals the breakthrough technologies that must be on your radar if you want to propel your work and business forward in this new digital economy. 

Emotive AI, Tactile VR and ‘Empathics’ anyone?

Top transformative tech Curating the most creative, realistic applications of digital tech that could transform how we do business and live our lives Emotionally intelligent forms of AI such as socially assistive robots offering practical support and 'digital human’ chatbots as customer service The next wave of wearables - “empathics” - will know you're stressed or ill well before you even do Mixed reality that will allow immersion like never before, enabling us to actually feel objects in the virtual world Bringing to life the above advances and more such as using our biological identity as a form of cyber security  You AI, me AI? The 5 most riveting advances in the space that will reinvent the business and consumer landscape AI that learns your personality traits and responds in an incredibly human way Could social robots learn traits like human consciousness, empathy, and intuition? The debate on whether robots could displace our jobs Demystifying deep learning neural networks and why you need to know about this Bringing to life some of the world’s most fascinating AI-powered services

What next for the Digital Economy?

How your organisation can adapt and thriveDemystifying some myths about the tech landscape and what true digital transformation means drilling down into the benefits and challenges of the current Fourth Industrial Revolution Showcasing some of the most riveting advances in machine learning, the Internet of Things, cybersecurity and more that will radically reshape sectors and industries (and how it isn’t just for the tech giants to leverage these technologies) Practical insights on how companies and governments can flourish and lead the charge, vs be left watching from the sidelines  

Mixed Reality: Explosive immersion is here - and here’s what you can do with it:

Tactile VR as the way forward where we will actually be to feel digital objectsTrue immersion that allows businesses to iterate and create multiple blueprints or prototypes in real time. Tangible use cases for this in training and even recruiting 

Tech-for-Good: The most powerful innovations that need to be on your radar NOW 

Profit and Purpose - how digital tech can boost both your bottom line and wider purpose, not forsaking one at the cost of the other The invaluable role of digital as a catalyst, conduit and connectorRounding up the top 10 inventions of the near and medium term future that will have true impact.

The Future of Security Contextualising why this is a pressing issue for all sectors

The future form of passwords going well beyond a four digit pin or user credentials 

Using your biological identity as security authentication Vascular biometrics and markers unique to each of us as authentication - this would be our heartbeats, brainwaves as passwords. Challenges to deployment and rollout 

The Invisibles, Ingestibles & Embeddables: Meet the Next-Gen of Wearables 

How the next wave of wearables will move beyond fitness bands


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