On the 20th of November, bristol-based debt management technology company, Flexys are hosting a roundtable discussion on the use of artificial intelligence in debt collection. Attendees will have the opportunity to question a panel of AI specialists, business leaders and academics about the realities of using this innovative technology, along with the potential security implications and the benefits to both the customer and the business.

When it comes to a sensitive and highly regulated activity like debt collection, many organisations are looking to arm themselves with understanding before embarking on an artificial intelligence project. Flexys CISO, Dr David Scholefield says, “the roundtable event is a good starting place to debate the issues with like-minded colleagues in a frank and open environment. When it comes to security, businesses may need advice on the safeguards and processes required to protect their customers’ data as they venture into this exciting area.”

The roundtable panel will include Paul Clark, CTO of Tandem Bank; Kit Wilson, Head of Transformation at Dwr Cymru Welsh Water; Jim Smith, Professor in Interactive AI at The University of the West of England; Dr David Scholefield, Chief Information Security Officer at Flexys; and Pedro Ferriera, Research Consultant in Artificial Intelligence for Debt Collection. Guests will be gathering at the UWE Business School on 20th November for an evening of informative discussion and networking over dinner and drinks. Tickets are limited and can be secured via the Flexys website www.flexys.com.

Geraint Evans