The National Digital Twin Programme

Overview

Digital twins of buildings, hospitals, cities or even countries have been lauded as the solution to a myriad of challenges facing society. With the National Digital Twin Programme now in its fourth year – an ambitious project aiming to digitise the entire life-cycle of the UK’s built assets – this session will demystify the twinning process, and parse out the ethical implications of these digital mirrors.

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Speakers

Professor Dame Wendy Hall

Regius Professor of Computer Science University of Southampton Panel

Mark Enzer

Head of the National Digital Twin Programme Centre for Digital Built Britain

Gilbert Owusu

Head of Operational Transformation Technologies BT

Dr Milly Zimeta

Head of Public Policy Open Data Institute

Tabitha Goldstaub

Co-Founder CognitionX Panel