Mindway AI at ICE 2024

ICE 2024 was an exhilarating week for the team on site from Mindway AI. The Mindway AI booth was positioned in the Consumer Protection Zone which had a constant stream of traffic throughout the week of the last ICE London event.

On Monday 5th  at ICE’s World Regulatory Briefing our Business Development Manager Paula Murphy  joined the panel “Regulating Gen Z: Key Considerations, Challenges and Approaches” alongside Rachel Gundy, Head of Product – Betr, Yardena Almagor, Head of Player Safety – William Hill, Stéphane Vojetta, MP – French National Assembly – Renaissance and Rani Wynn, General Counsel – LiveScore Group.

Tuesday 6th February  Stephen Aupy joined the panel “Advertising responsibly in a complex industry where responsible gaming is considered the ultimate panacea” alongside Alexander Martin, CEO – SKS 365 and Eddie Boyle, Founder – Shield Hub.

On Wednesday 7th  our CEO Rasmus Kjaergaard was joined on stage with Jez White and Daniel Spencer on the ICE Consumer Protection Zone stage for the session “Navigating the Maze: Unveiling the Journey from Problem Gambling Detection to Effective Intervention – an Entain case study”.

Following the session at 3:45pm on the same stage, Rasmus was joined by Emma HeatleyFrancesco Rodano and Maris Catania for the panel “From detection to effective interactions and interventions – research and best practice”.


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