Carl Dalby

Founder and CEO of Istimor and Head of AI/Digital for His Majesty's Government

  • Guest Lecturer at the University of Aberdeen
  • Panel Member on AI at the EPSRC
  • Member of IEEE
  • Steering Committee Member at the Nuclear Institute
  • Clinton Foundation Ambassador

Meet Carl Dalby, a dynamic Head of AI/Digital for a UK Government agency, where he masterfully steers digital and AI technologies towards stellar organisational mission success. As a spirited Guest Lecturer at the University of Aberdeen, Carl brings AI, machine learning, and XR development to life in the classroom. Exciting news: Carl is ready to ignite your events with his expertise as a sought-after speaker!

Carl’s journey began with graduating in Business Studies from the University of Central Lancashire, where he honed his skills in IT. From there, he embarked on a remarkable career journey, leaving a trail of technology innovation from military aircraft to one of the first UK internet service/e-commerce providers, start-ups to globally recognised brands and across every vertical market (except pharmaceutical -yet!). A speaker who has delivered insightful and game-changing sessions worldwide, Carl is the visionary Founder and CEO of Istimor and is at the forefront of pioneering transformative and innovative projects.

Carl’s leadership extends to roles like a DASA Assessor at DSTL, an AI Steering Committee Member at the Nuclear Institute, a proactive Clinton Foundation Ambassador, and a long-term Member of the UK Government APPG for AI.

Boasting over 30 years of trailblazing in innovative solutions, Carl is passionate about promoting top-tier digital and AI solutions. Carl is a respected Panel Member on AI at the EPSRC and a trusted global advisor. He can share his deep AI insights, investment acumen, and educational prowess at your next event. Don’t miss out – book Carl Dalby now and transform your event with his groundbreaking insights.

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