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November
26
Tuesday
6:45pm
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Dine with Co-founder of Humanising Autonomy: building smart-city and sustainability focused tech solutions

at dim t, Charlotte Street (map)

Who's coming

  • Fionnuala

    Founder and CEO, Wevolve

  • Arit

    Director, TableCrowd

  • Ariane

    Sales Consultant, Capita, Paris

  • Clive Bonny

    Director, Strategic Management Partners

Venue

dim t

32 Charlotte Street, London W1T 2NQ
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Started by:
Table Crowd

Enjoy dinner drinks and a chance to meet…
Leslie Nooteboom is Co-founder & Chief Product Officer of Humanising Autonomy, an AI tech startup with $6m funding, on a mission to improve human interaction with autonomous vehicles. Humanising Autonomy build human-centered tools that define how autonomous systems will interact with people. Their pedestrian intent prediction platform makes autonomous vehicles safer and more efficient in urban environments, with the aim of making cities more pleasant for every type of vulnerable road user.

This dinner is perfect for…
Startup founders and management level at startups working on AI, smart cities and/or sustainability solutions.
This dinner is open to a limited number of service providers / advisors (unless a TableCrowd partner). Please see the details under the 'Join this table' button.

The dinner conversation will be…
Leslie believes the application of circular economy principles are essential to achieving sustainable environmental benefits and that the widespread adoption of autonomous vehicles in urban areas, is a key driver of this goal. Take this opportunity to hear from Leslie who will be sharing all on:
✓ Building smart-city and sustainability focused tech solutions.
✓ The importance of creating livable, smart, inclusive cities with technological innovations.
✓ Merging innovation, design and engineering to create human-centred products.
✓ The benefits of building sustainability into your business model.
✓ Building a tech team with 50:50 men:women.
✓ The journey of Humanising Autonomy to date.

Who is Leslie Nooteboom?
Leslie Nooteboom is the co-founder and Chief Product Officer of Humanising Autonomy. An innovation design engineer, his past projects involve dynamic artificial light experiences, developing human interaction with autonomous vehicles, replicating human touch in robotics, educating with internet of things electronics and wearable technology for sports! Leslie has an MSc qualification from Imperial College London, an MA from the Royal College of Art in Innovation Design Engineering, and a BSc qualification in Industrial Design Engineering from Delft University of Technology.

*Proud to partner with Fieldhouse Associates*

What’s included?
You get a private dining experience with a knowledgeable speaker, 2 course dinner with wine or 2 soft drinks plus highly curated and relevant crowd. This is a dinner, not a dropin event, so we ask that guests turn up on time and don’t leave until after the Q&A.

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P.S. TableCrowd are offering complimentary cab rides home (£15) thanks to their partner, Gett, on first download of the app. Download the app in advance.

If you book a place and then can't make it, please make sure you tell us. An empty place at the table with your name card is not a great start to dinner!

Leslie Nooteboom is the co-founder and Chief Product Officer of Humanising Autonomy, a leading AI startup, improving human interaction with autonomous vehicles, building human-centered tools that define how autonomous systems will interact with people.

An innovation design engineer, his past projects involve dynamic artificial light experiences, developing human interaction with autonomous vehicles, replicating human touch in robotics, educating with internet of things sensors and actors and wearable technology for sports! Leslie has a BSc qualification in Industrial Design from Delft University of Technology, and an MA in Innovation Design Engineering from the Royal College of Art.

Humanising Autonomy have worked with Daimler AG (Mercedes-Benz), Airbus, published in the New Scientist, FastCompany, presented a panel talk at SXSW and they are a member of the World Economic Forum Center for the 4th Industrial Revolution.

Humanising Autonomy envisions a future where people around the world can naturally and intuitively interact with autonomous systems, and is creating a new category of human-centred products that help people and autonomous systems to better understand, interact, and work with each other.

For any dietary requirements, worry not, we have it covered, as long as we know in advance. If you are vegetarian, vegan, dairy free or gluten intolerant let us know by filling out the dietary requirements section in the your preferences section of your profile on the TableCrowd website.

One of the TableCrowd hosting team will be on hand to make sure you are welcomed through the door and introduced to the most relevant people to you.

The Ambassador for our Future Tech sector is Arianne Bouche, who is currently a Novus Programme Consultant at Capita.

For any advance questions about this dinner, it is best to reach us at hello@tablecrowd.com.

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