TechShare Pro, London, 23 November 2017

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We have been amazed by the interest in this, the first ever TechShare Pro, and have now sold out of tickets.

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Bots and AI offer huge opportunities

TechShare Pro is a full day conference on 23 November at IBM Southbank in central London

  • TechShare Pro 2017Delivered by AbilityNet and Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB)
  • Sponsored by Barclays, IBM and Microsoft

Aimed at accessibility and UX professionals, digital designers, developers and product managers, our expert contributors will explore the accessibility and inclusion challenges of the next generation of digital services. Topics already confirmed include artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, augmented and virtual reality (AR and VR)

AbilityNet: Adapting Technology. Changing Lives.RNIB logoAbilityNet is a  Founder Member of the International Association of Accessibility Professionals

Gain valuable insights from global experts

Confirmed companies presenting so far include:

  • IBM Watson – next generation AI solutions 
  • Google - Google Home and future developments 
  • O2 and RNIB - voice driven media players 
  • Microsoft - leading an inclusive hack throughout the event 
  • AbilityNet - next generation testing 

International Association of Accessibility Professionals (IAAP)

TechShare Pro marks the formal launch of the UK chapter of International Association of Accessibility Professionals (IAAP).

Founded by AbilityNet, Atos, Barclays, Lloyds and TextHelp, IAAP promotes certification and the professionalisation of accessibility. Sessions will include an update on current certification processes and news about membership.

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