Jason Bradbury is perhaps best known as the white bespectacled host of Channel 5’s The Gadget Show, but his infectious passion for technology and science and natural effervescence has seen him front of camera for over twenty years on just about every UK TV channel from Channel 4, to ITV, BBC to Discovery.
Jason Bradbury has been at the centre of the social media influencer movement since the early days of Twitter and now with Instagram, but his focus in recent years has been his public speaking career. His ‘Thousand Year Decade’ and ‘Lockdown Decade’ speeches, predict the dramatic changes to come over the next ten years in A.I, Blockchain, Energy, Retail, Health and Entertainment (and many other sectors) using exponential growth models.
Jason Bradbury regularly enthrals large audiences for major global brands, often entering the auditorium on an exotic electric gadget and using tech props and prototypes to illustrate his inspiring content. Having started his professional life as one half of a comedy double act with David Walliams, it is no surprise that Jason brings as much humour to his talks as he does insight.
During Lockdown, when the events industry was at a standstill, Jason Bradbury wrote and directed an online video course, Talk for Pleasure & Profit aimed at sharing the public speaking and confidence skills he has acquired over the course of hundreds of speaking engagements. This has now evolved into a series of live events.
Jason’s commitment to making technology accessible and exciting has led him to speak at numerous conferences, collaborate with prestigious educational organisations, and inspire countless individuals to explore the world of technology.
Some of speaking topics include –
- Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning,
- Digital Transformation,
- Business Strategy,
- Future of Work,
- Personal Development,
- Customer Experience,
Most recently Jason speaks on his 30 Days of AI.
In ‘30 Days of AI’ Jason entrusts his every daily decision to artificial intelligence – for an entire month. In this fascinating experiment, he explores the potential benefits and risks of the machine learning revolution that is poised to affect how all of us live and work.
Through the examination of this thought-provoking experience, Jason illuminates the intriguing results of everything from mundane tasks – meal planning and workouts – to ambitious pursuits like creating a profitable side business or achieving financial independence – all seen through the prism of deep learning and Artificial Intelligence services.
Jason has been a student of AI for the last fifteen years, tracking its advances in his hugely successful ‘Thousand Year Decade’ speech. He’s interviewed AI researchers in Japan and Silicon Valley and at IBM’s New England campus, with a particular interest in the use of machine learning and robotics – including helping to create and train a robot to perform live stand-up comedy.
Drawing from his experience as a leading tech authority and his personal journey to balance work and life, Jason’s speech offers insightful perspectives on the future of technology, its implications for leadership and business strategy along with the ethical and philosophical implications of the new age of AI.