Harvey is a senior technology leader, with a diverse background spanning rocket science, data science and research. He has 30 years of experience in artificial intelligence and other emerging technologies. He is a strategist, innovator and thought leader focused on applying technology to solve problems for clients in the public, private and charity sectors. He is currently pioneering the use of AI in EY’s tax and law practice, and also leads the firm’s emerging technology thought leadership.
Harvey is an accomplished writer and public speaker, winning the 2017 Management Consultancies Association Award for the best use of thought leadership investigating the impact of AI on the UK’s economy.
Harvey is a former member of the Open Data User Group, the Public Sector Transparency Board and the Advisory Committee to the All-Party Parliamentary Group on AI. He is on techUK’s leadership committee for Data Analytics and AI and is also an Honorary Senior Visiting Fellow at The Bayes Business School in London.
Harvey lives in the South Downs National Park with his wife and sons.
Huseyin is a research-oriented and enterprise-focused academic and manager with both academic and industry experiences in data science, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and emerging & disruptive technologies/systems. He has published over 100 peer-reviewed articles and has been involved with a portfolio of collaborative research, enterprise and teaching/learning projects of over £20M as PI, Co-I and international researcher in collaboration with universities and companies in the UK and abroad. He was one of the founding members of the Institute of Coding and lead its activities at Northumbria University until September 2019. He is currently working as Professor of Computing Sciences and Associate Dean (Research & Enterprise) for the Faculty of Computing, Engineering and the Built Environment in Birmingham City University.
John Leonard is Group Research Director for the Enterprise Technology Group at Incisive Media. He has designed and conducted research studies and analyses covering many of the aspects of business technology that are driving the way we live and work today.
Lee is the Managing Director of Insights & Data in the UK, part of the Capgemini Global Business Line. We combine technology excellence, data science and business and industry expertise to help organisations drive valuable and actionable insights from internal and external data. Lee is an experienced and successful consultant with a background in helping organisations to better manage and exploit the information and data they have available to them. He has experience across a number of sectors including Public Sector, Energy & Utilities and Life Sciences and has led large and complex programmes from Sales through to successful Delivery.
Louise McCarthy is an award-winning, dynamic Chief transformation Officer and
leader with 35 years of experience in large private and
public sector organizations, including HMRC, Aviva, HSBC
and EBRD., and an inspirational role model and advocate for females
throughout the technology industry.
Ms. McCarthy is highly respected internationally for achieving tangible, measurable
results in the technology and digital industries.
Louise consistently provides board of directors-level value for facilitating jaw-dropping
transformations with complex digital design and strategy that seemlessly align business
objectives. She supports a myriad of technology companies as an advisor and consultant
to Chief Experience Officers (CXOs)
She has also created Global Digital IT transformation strategies forinternational executive
teams around the world.
Her background in the financial and commercial verticals gives her an invaluable and
irreplaceable perspective, and her commercial creativity speaks for itself.
Ms. McCarthy is currently an Independent Non-Executive Director (INED) for
Recognise Bank and Leumi UK, and a Board Advisor for several companies, including
Bain, a global consultancy firm that focuses on sustainability, global economic
trends, Net Promoter innovations (measuring customer experience), and data-driven
decision-making and scalability.
Naveed Ahmed Janvekar is a Senior Data Scientist working at Amazon in the United States. He works on solving fraud and abuse problems on the platform that impacts millions of customers of Amazon in the US and other parts of the world using Machine Learning and deep learning. He has 7+ years of expertise in the Machine Learning space which includes classification algorithms, clustering algorithms, graph modelling, BERT to name a few. He is using Machine Learning and Deep Learning to solve multi-faceted problems. He has a Master's degree in Information Science from The University of Texas at Dallas and graduated top of his class and awarded as scholar of high distinction and inducted in the prestigious International Honor Society Beta Gamma Sigma. He has a Bachelor's of Engineering in Electronics and Communications from India. He has worked with other influential firms such as Fidelity Investments and KPMG. In his current role he is researching on identifying novel fraud and abuse vectors on ECommerce platforms and using Active Learning to improve Machine Learning model performance.
Stuart Sumner is Editorial Director of Incisive Media's technology-focused titles: Computing and The Inquirer. He oversees all content across print, web, tablet editions, rich media and events - including the IT Leaders' Dining Club and Computing Summits. During Stuart's tenure Computing has transformed from a print-reliant business to a bleeding edge multi-channel brand with an industry-leading events portfolio. Previously he spent 10 years as a programme manager in the IT industry, working for companies such as the BBC, COLT, Nortel Networks and Equant. As a journalist he has also worked for Time Out and IPC Media. He is a regular technology pundit and contributor to the BBC News Channel, as well as a published author.
Tom is the Site Editor for Delta, Computing’s market intelligence service, and regularly writes news and analysis pieces for Computing. He joined Incisive Media in 2017 from the display industry, trading LCDs and quantum dots for cyber-security and machine learning. As well as tech market analysis, Tom’s role consists of interviewing C-level IT leaders, organising events and complaining about improper use of the Oxford comma.