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Live Stream - How much does my toaster know about me? The data dilemma
Overview

Find out what the internet of things is all about in the live stream of this event.

  • Thursday 19th September 2019 10:20 (3 hours, 20 mins)
  • Live Stream
  • Learn

Many objects that we use every day are connected to the internet, sending data back and forth about our habits and preferences. This is the 'Internet of Things' and is set to transform the way we live and work. 

  • Hear from industry experts about the latest research and developments.
  • Find out more about innovative future products that will help us in our daily lives.
  • Explore some of the tricky issues about sharing our data.

This novel event will bring together members of the public, researchers and business innovators.

Watch the event live online on Thursday 19th September from 10:20am.

Please note the lunch break and workshop discussions will not be included in the live stream.

Live Video Stream

We are currently experiencing technical difficulties with the live stream. The event is being filmed so the video will be available to watch after the event. We apologise for any inconvenience. 

Programme

10:20 - Welcome address
Professor Lynne Corner, Director of VOICE, National Innovation Centre for Ageing

Presentations
10:30 - Professor David Kirk, Director of Open Lab, Newcastle University
10:55 - Dr Alex Cole, Strategic Marketing Manager, Centre for Process Innovation Limited
11:20 - Dr Stephen Potter, Centre for Assistive Technology and Connected Healthcare (CATCH), Sheffield University
11:45 - Scott Stainton, MD Neura Technologies
12:10 - Questions and Panel Discussion

12:30 - Lunch and Networking (not included in live stream)

13:15 - Alistair Wilson, Dementia Advice Centre - A local case study

13:40 - Insights Workshop Discussions

Live Stream - How much does my toaster know about me? The data dilemma Discussion

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  • Tessa Jelen
    14th September 2019

    How can we bridge all the different apps that are appearing?

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