Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been a hot topic of interest over the last few years, with it hitting the headlines this year thanks to the release of ChatGPT.
AI is weaving into almost every field and discipline imaginable. Despite some skeptics and concerns about safety, AI is moving forward at great speed and is tipped to make major breakthroughs.
We think it’s fair to say we are only at the tip of the iceberg, and we should expect mind-blowing things to come from this futuristic sector.
That being said, we’ve gathered the top 6 AI conferences for you to attend in 2023.
9 - 10 May 2023 | Berlin, Germany | Hybrid
Connecting AI experts, opinion leaders, decision-makers and game changers, the Rise of AI Conference in Germany has been the prominent place for all those in the AI sphere to come together and discuss AI for the german politics, society and the economy, since 2015.
It is the perfect event to exchange views and research on the latest and future trends of AI with fellow peers in this professional sector, while deepening your knowledge in trustworthy AI, sustainable A, secure AI and complying AI.
Sessions will take place in the form of interactive formats, including:
- Keynote speakers,
There will be a wide variety of people present at the conference for you to network with, including researchers of AI, data scientists, stakeholders, CEO’s, CIO’s, investors, key decision makers of businesses, developers, engineers, AI Architects, AI start-ups and companies from across from Europe.
To find out more and purchase your tickets, take a look at the Rise of AI website.
14 - 15 June 2023 | London, UK
The AI Summit is back this year with an array of fantastic speakers, exhibitors, and sessions to join in talking about all things AI.
It will be a packed two-day event where you can discover the latest new trends and products within this field and what the future of AI looks like.
You can discover through sessions, workshops, networking and meeting with exhibitors, the following topics:
- How businesses must respond to the EU’s first-ever AI Law
- Find out about dark data and mission-critical AI
- How AI bolsters diversity & inclusion in the workplace
- Quantum computing summits
- Overcoming the key challenges in deploying AI & data analytics into production
- Plus many other excellent and varied AI topics
Everyone from cloud/software engineers to AI product leads, directors and CTO/CDO and CIO attend this conference. Basically, all those working at any stage of AI creation and implementation are welcome to join.
7 - 9 August 2023 | Las Vegas, USA
Considered the most impactful AI event, the Ai4 2023 conference has over 275 speakers, more than 100 exhibitors, and over 1,700 attendees, it is one that shouldn’t be missed.
Bringing together data practitioners and business leaders to encourage the responsible adoption of machine learning and artificial intelligence.
Perceived as the most impactful AI event, you’ll be able to network with people from government organisations, investors, startups, academia, research labs, open source projects, associations and the media; to learn and adopt method to helps provide a common framework for what AI means for enterprises and the globe as a whole, as we navigate our way and transition into an era of human-machine collaboration.
Topics you can expect to learn about are:
- The Cutting Edge of AI in Investment Management
- AI driven Robotics for Novelk Drug Discoveris and Ageing Research
- AI and the Venture Capital Perspective
- Using Generative AI to better Shop, Eat and Live
- AI Powered Pharmaceuticals: Intelligent Drug Discovery
- Effective AI for Cybersecurity at Quest Diagnostics
- And more
12 - 14 September 2023 | Santa Clara, USA
A huge conference with big names in the AI world attending, the AI Hardware & Edge AI Summit 2023 is a fantastic event to attend if you are in the ML hardware and software sector.
You can expect the conference to cover the design and deployment of ML hardware and software infrastructure across the cloud-edge continuum, providing tools and techniques training to deploy and serve machine learning.
The latest trends and topics will be discussed as well practical tutorials showcasing the very latest in AI technology for this sector.
As well as product launches at this event, there will be case studies on:
- Generative AI
- Simulation & Digital Twins
- Computer Vision
- Automotive AI
- Extreme Edge
- And more
30 November - 1 December | London, UK
Highlighting the best and most recent cutting-edge AI and Big Data innovations and tools, this conference provides attendees the opportunity to learn and understand how to apply these into their businesses.
It’s a pretty big event with over 6,000 people attending to hear from over 150+ leading experts in this sector.
Come and discover the next generation of AI technology and learn about the practical and effective application of AI.
Again, it’s an event that invites all those within the AI community, including those that are brand managers and key decision-makers of a company, that are adding AI into their businesses.
Topics that will be covered include:
- Advancements in AI & Big Data
- The impacts within enterprise and consumer sectors
- Development platforms and what digital transformations are on the horizon
To find out more and get your tickets, take a look at AI & Big Data Expo website.
10 - 16 December 2023 | New Orleans, USA
In its 37th year the NeurlPS Conference is being held in New Orleans with its purpose being “to foster the exchange of research advances in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning for a diverse and inclusive community”.
You can expect a plethora of learning content to be presented in various formats, such as poster and oral presentations, refereed papers, symposia, talks, and demonstrations.
Alongside this, there will be a focus on machine learning in practice, tutorials and workshops, allowing the exchange of ideas in a less formal setting.
Although we are still awaiting the finalised and published conference programme for 2023, you can expect similar topics that were presented at last year's conference, such as Interaction-Centric AI, The Data-centric Era: How ML is Becoming an Experimental Science, and Algorithms on the Bench: Examining Validity of ML Systems in the Public Sphere.
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