19 June: Artificial Intelligence in Social Housing

Campbell Tickell is pleased to offer a free online seminar for all those working with, or interested in, the possibilities of Artificial Intelligence (AI) for social housing, both the positive aspects, and the potential darker side too. We can offer this thanks to the generous support of Wheatley Housing Group.  

Overview of AI in Social Housing online seminar

It’s probably fair to say that data management is already a challenge for many social landlords – so what will AI allow them to achieve, what processes can be improved, and what will become possible that today is just a dream?  We have assembled an expert panel to lead the discussion, which will be chaired by CT Partner James Tickell.  

After the initial presentations, there will be time for questions and discussion, with the event lasting 90-120 minutes, depending on the number of contributions from the audience. 

About our speaker panel

Dr Haider Raza, a distinguished computer scientist and expert on AI, currently with the University of Essex

  • Starting at the University of Ulster, he later transitioned to Swansea University Medical School. In 2017, he joined the University of Essex as a postdoc research Fellow and swiftly progressed to become a Senior Lecturer in AI in 2022.  
  • Dr Raza’s research centres on healthcare advancement, particularly in the development of diagnostic algorithms and treatment planning. This has strong cross-over learning for housing. Dr. Raza’s research output is extensive, with publications in eminent international journals and conferences, solidifying his presence in the academic realm.  
  • Additionally, he takes on editorial roles in esteemed journals, showcasing his dedication to advancing scientific understanding and knowledge dissemination. Dr Haider Raza’s impactful journey and pioneering research underscore his potential to elevate the field of Artificial Intelligence, promising a technologically advanced and socially beneficial future. 

Joanna Sedley-Burke, Associate Consultant, Campbell Tickell

  • Joanna Sedley Burke has enjoyed a long and successful career in the fields of social housing, information technology and data management, both in executive and non-executive capacities in the public, private and charity sector. As a consultant, she successfully supports organisations to develop the right strategy, deploy the appropriate resources and operate under the correct governance. She is accomplished at building client relationships and collaborative commercial partnerships, and her career has allowed her to develop a broad range of business skills as well as sector knowledge.  
  • With in-depth knowledge and experience in housing management and maintenance in both local authorities and Registered Social Landlords, Joanna’s experience covers a broad spectrum. This includes: managing housing needs registers, nominations & allocation, estate management, rent recovery and housing benefit, day to day maintenance services, void property repairs and cyclical, major repairs programmes and property development. 

Joanna Bouloux, Partner, Devonshires

Joanna is a partner at Devonshires. Joanna specialises in advising on a range of corporate and commercial work including IT and commercial contracts, joint ventures, acquisitions and disposals. Joanna advises on a wide range of IT contracts, regularly advising both suppliers and customers of IT solutions. She regularly drafts and negotiates both standard terms and bespoke agreements, support and managed service agreements. In addition, she provides commercial and IT contract support on wider corporate transactions.

How to register 

Please fill out your details on our Zoom registration page 

For any queries about this event, please email: events@campbelltickell.com 

Event details

Date: Wednesday 19th June 2024

Time: 16.00 – 17.30

Where: Online, Zoom

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19 Jun 2024

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Speakers

  • Dr Haider Raza
    Dr Haider Raza
    Computer scientist and expert on AI, University of Essex

    Starting at the University of Ulster, he later transitioned to Swansea University Medical School. In 2017, he joined the University of Essex as a postdoc research Fellow and swiftly progressed to become a Senior Lecturer in AI in 2022.  
    Dr Raza’s research centres on healthcare advancement, particularly in the development of diagnostic algorithms and treatment planning. This has strong cross-over learning for housing. Dr. Raza’s research output is extensive, with publications in eminent international journals and conferences, solidifying his presence in the academic realm.  
    Additionally, he takes on editorial roles in esteemed journals, showcasing his dedication to advancing scientific understanding and knowledge dissemination. Dr Haider Raza’s impactful journey and pioneering research underscore his potential to elevate the field of Artificial Intelligence, promising a technologically advanced and socially beneficial future. 

  • James Tickell
    James Tickell
    Partner, Campbell Tickell

    James is a founding partner of Campbell Tickell, set up in 2004. He has carried out a wide range of assignments throughout the UK and Ireland, primarily for not-for-profit organisations and government agencies.

  • Joanna Bouloux
    Joanna Bouloux
    Partner, Devonshires

    Joanna is a partner at Devonshires. Joanna specialises in advising on a range of corporate and commercial work including IT and commercial contracts, joint ventures, acquisitions and disposals. Joanna advises on a wide range of IT contracts, regularly advising both suppliers and customers of IT solutions. She regularly drafts and negotiates both standard terms and bespoke agreements, support and managed service agreements. In addition, she provides commercial and IT contract support on wider corporate transactions.

  • Joanna Sedley-Burke
    Joanna Sedley-Burke
    Associate, Campbell Tickell

    Joanna Sedley Burke has enjoyed a long and successful career in the fields of social housing, information technology and data management, both in executive and non-executive capacities in the public, private and charity sector. As a consultant, she successfully supports organisations to develop the right strategy, deploy the appropriate resources and operate under the correct governance. She is accomplished at building client relationships and collaborative commercial partnerships, and her career has allowed her to develop a broad range of business skills as well as sector knowledge.  
    With in-depth knowledge and experience in housing management and maintenance in both local authorities and Registered Social Landlords, Joanna’s experience covers a broad spectrum. This includes: managing housing needs registers, nominations & allocation, estate management, rent recovery and housing benefit, day to day maintenance services, void property repairs and cyclical, major repairs programmes and property development. 

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19 June: Artificial Intelligence in Social Housing

Campbell Tickell is pleased to offer a free online seminar for all those working with, or interested in, the possibilities of Artificial Intelligence (AI) for social housing, both the positive aspects, and the potential darker side too. We can offer this thanks to the generous support of Wheatley Housing Group.  

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