Sectors Demystified: AI will be held at Bird & Bird's offices on 6th December.

The ‘Sectors Demystified: AI’ roundtable breakfast event will be held on Thursday 6th December 2018, 8.30am to 10.00am at the offices of Bird & Bird, 12 New Fetter Lane, London EC4A 1JP.

Our ‘Sectors Demystified’ breakfasts provide an introduction to a particular area of real estate from an expert in the field. Artificial intelligence has the potential to revolutionise a number of industry sectors, including the real estate sector. In this session on 6th December, Ian Edwards and Kimberly Wells, technology lawyers from Bird & Bird, will demystify some of the legal challenges to adopting AI in your business.
A light breakfast will be served and there will be an opportunity for questions and networking.

Space is limited, so places will be offered on a first-come, first-served basis and we suggest only up to 2 places per company.

Please RSVP by Thursday 22nd November 2018.


About Ian Edwards and Kimberly Wells

Ian is a partner in Bird & Bird’s Technology Transactions team, based in London; he is recognised by the Legal 500 (which says that he "stands out for his technology, outsourcing and communications expertise") and Chambers legal directories. He was also named as a "Next Generation Lawyer" for IT by Legal 500 2017.

Kimberly is a senior associate in Bird & Bird’s Technology Transactions team, based in London. Kimberly advises a range of organisations, from start-ups to multinational organisations, across variety of sectors (including aviation, financial services, media, retail, technology and communications), on a range of digital transformation projects. 

About Bird & Bird

Bird & Bird is an international law firm with 29 offices across Europe, the Middle East, Asia-Pacific and North America. We recognise that our business depends on our people and their individuality and employing a diverse group of people is key to our future growth and success. We strive to create and maintain an inclusive work environment in which all individuals are able to reach their full potential. In 2016, a paper was agreed by our Board geared towards promoting a more gender balanced partnership and there are various initiatives in place to support this, including our award-winning Global Women's Development Programme.