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The High Growth AI Accelerator Webinar for Innovate UK BridgeAI

Date: 3 July 2024 11:00 - 12:00

Register by: Wednesday 3 July 2024

About this event

Join Digital Catapult and the Industry Challenge Owners on 3 July 2024.

This webinar will provide you with an overview of the High Growth AI Accelerator for Innovate UK BridgeAI, designed and delivered by Digital Catapult. The 14-week accelerator is to help UK-based startups, scaleups and SMEs validate responsible, ethical and desirable AI and ML deep-tech solutions that tackle real-world industry challenges in the creative sector.

The theme of the call focuses on addressing critical aspects of the creative industries with solutions that can demonstrate technological innovation and redefine the concept of entertainment in the digital era. We are interested in proposals spanning the entire spectrum of the creative industries, encompassing areas such as music, digital media, film, television, and beyond.

We invite innovators to tackle specific commercial challenges, developed in collaboration with industry leaders. Applicants are encouraged to choose a challenge aligned with their expertise, as each presents a distinct opportunity to make a meaningful impact on the landscape of AI and ML solutions in the creative sector.

Attendees will have the opportunity to meet the programme’s Industry Challenge Owners; LadBible Group, Music Tech UK, Bauer Media Group and Merlin Entertainments to hear about their challenges first-hand, and ask any questions regarding the programme’s application and selection process.

Who should attend?

This webinar is for anyone interested in participating in the High Growth AI Accelerator for BridgeAI. Specifically, startups and scaleups based in the UK who develop solutions/services utilising artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI & ML) that may address one of the challenges posed in this open call. Join us to learn if your company is a good fit for the programme!

Why attend?

If you are interested in the programme, attend this webinar to find out more:

    • About the programme, its objectives and the application process
    • From our Industry Challenge Owners and the challenges they are bringing to the programme
    • What support and resources are available
    • How to apply and the selection criteria
    • How you can get involved and contribute to solving real-world industry challenges with leading enterprises in the transport sector

Agenda

11.00 – Welcome remarks

Catherine Shreeve, Innovation Delivery Manager, Digital Catapult

11.05 – Introduction to the programme

Catherine Shreeve, Innovation Delivery Manager, Digital Catapult

11.10The challenges and Industry Challenge Owners 

  • LadBible Group
  • Music Tech UK
  • Bauer Media Group
  • Merlin Entertainments

11.30 – Application and selection process

Kirstie Downham, Innovation Delivery Manager, Digital Catapult

11.40 – Q&A

12.00 – Thank you and the next steps

Catherine Shreeve, Innovation Delivery Manager, Digital Catapult

14:10 – Pitch presentations from the cohort continued

14:35 – Closing remarks

14:45 – Demos and networking

16:15 – End

Legal & Privacy Terms

Data Protection:

Digital Catapult is working with Innovate UK, Innovate UK KTN, Hartree Centre (STFC), Alan Turing Institute and British Standards Institution (“Programme Partners”) on the BridgeAI Programme, of which this event is a part.

By registering for this event, I agree that my personal data can be shared with and used by each of the Programme Partners, each of which is individually (not jointly) a Controller. Each Programme Partner is individually responsible to you for how it respectively stores, uses and processes your personal data in accordance with that Programme Partner’s privacy policy. One Programme Partner is not responsible to you for another Programme Partner’s storage, use or processing of your data. Actions taken by one Programme Partner (e.g. deleting personal data) will be independent of another Programme Partner. If you need to make a data request, please make such request directly to the relevant Programme Partner(s). Each Programme Partner’s privacy policy can be found at the web addresses listed below.

Programme Partners will use your submitted information for the purposes of organising and operating the event, related post event activities, assessing the impact of the event, maintaining and using a BridgeAI Programme CRM system, and contacting you in relation to other Programme activities. Programme Partners may also contact you for feedback or research purposes. If you’ve signed up to allow a Programme Partner to stay in contact, they may also contact you regarding other activities and events they hope to be of interest to you.

The Catapult may also take photographs and/or video at the event, which will be used in general promotional material recording or relating to the event, including use with websites, emails, social media and tangible literature. If you have any concerns relating to this, please contact the events coordinator at the Event.

Where a programme, facility or event sponsor has been named, we may also pass your information to them for the same uses as Catapult in relation to the event.

If you are applying on behalf of another person, you are confirming their acknowledgement and consent to these terms.

Each Programme Partner’s privacy policy can be found at the web addresses the following web addresses: Innovate UK [https://www.ukri.org/who-we-are/privacy-notice/]; Innovate UK KTN [chrome-extension://efaidnbmnnnibpcajpcglclefindmkaj/https://iuk.ktn-uk.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/09/Privacy-Notice-BridgeAI-Programme_28.06.23-Final-with-BSI-010923.pdf]; Hartree Centre (STFC) [https://www.hartree.stfc.ac.uk/privacy-policy/]; Alan Turing Institute [https://www.turing.ac.uk/privacy-policy ]; British Standards Institution [https://www.bsigroup.com/en-GB/legal/privacy-notice/]; and Digital Catapult [www.digicatapult.org.uk/privacy-policy/].

Terms and Conditions:

Notice of admission: Digital Catapult (DC) is private property and admission to DC is by invitation only. We reserve the right to refuse admission to DC or to parts of DC to any person, or to require a person to leave DC, if his or her conduct or presence is considered by an officer of DC to be causing or liable to cause annoyance, endanger/be liable to endanger the exhibits, fabric of the building or be otherwise undesirable.

Your Property: We reserve the right to refuse to allow any item to be brought into DC, or to inspect any item. No item may be left unattended anywhere in DC. We reserve the right to deal with any unattended items as we deem appropriate, and accept no liability for damage which may be caused in consequence. We accept no responsibility for any loss or damage sustained by items left in the lockers, or cloakrooms, other than loss or damage caused by our negligence or that of our staff.

You agree that the organisers may use your contributions for, without limitation, creating and publishing material relating to the event, but no contribution will be personally attributed in materials without explicit consent.

We reserve the right to use delegate participation in our post event activities.

Enforcement: Employees of the Catapult are authorised by us to require compliance with these conditions.

If you are applying on behalf of another person, you are confirming their consent to these terms and the privacy terms.

Any comments or complaints about this event should be sent to [email protected], with the subject line “COMPLAINT” and dated.