What: Free Webinar
When: March 16, 2021 at 2:00 pm EDT
How Can Data Science Boost Food Safety?
Join our live webinar with industry thought leaders to explore the potential power of new technology in improving food safety. Using real examples, we will discuss the tools and technologies available with a leading data scientist and food sector specialists before exploring exactly which scenarios can best benefit from these solutions.
We’ll explore how machine learning and big data scanning solutions can help support food safety and traceability when combined with sector expertise. The webinar will focus on four areas:
- Data and analytics – an overview
- Has the food sector been slow to use the tools available?
- How best could data and analytics be used to increase food safety?
- What part do people play in the data and analytics journey?
John Carter, Area Europe Quality Director, Ferrero
A globally recognized senior leader in consumer goods safety and quality, John has executive level technical leadership experience with both major retailers and manufacturers and is currently leading the entire European Quality agenda at Ferrero in Luxembourg. As a former board member of the Global Food Safety Initiative, he has a track record of driving cultural change in complex, multinational environments and has deep experience in confectionery, dairy, plant-based foods, beverages, and many other sectors. Wherever he has worked in the last 30 years, he has been a champion of pragmatic risk assessment and management, enabling fast decision making and driving innovation. John has a B.Eng. in chemical engineering from London South Bank University and an M.B.A. from Cambridge University.
Peter Inge, CEO & Founder, InGenious inSight
Peter Inge is a leading data scientist with over 20 years of experience in data & advanced analytics. He spent a decade in consulting as a director with Ernst & Young, was the head of data & analytics at Caltex, and was global general manager of data & analytics at a major quality assurance and food safety provider. Peter is currently the founder and CEO of the analytics & insights company inGenious inSights and the co-founder and principal data scientist at insightfactory.ai. He has years of experience in applying machine learning to food safety, audit, and compliance programs across supply chains.
Stuart Kelly, Global Sales Director, Business Assurance, Lloyd’s Register
With over 25 years of experience in the food sector, Stuart specializes in helping clients develop customized compliance solutions that meet the requirements of their business and mitigate the ever-changing risks of global supply chains. From supplier onboarding and risk management processes to retail global audit programs, Stuart has worked with a number of recognized brand names on challenging and delivering the right solution at the right time. Having begun his working life as an enforcement officer for the UK government, he moved into more technical and commercial roles for international companies. He believes that it is the job of the business assurance program provider to continually challenge its customers to continually improve, share best practices, and learn with them every step of the way.
Barbara VanRenterghem, Ph.D., Editorial Director, Food Safety Magazine