AI and Big Data Expo Global London: encouraging AI adoption

The expo floor will feature 200 exhibitors showcasing the latest AI and Big Data technologies and solutions from leading companies
AI and Big Data Expo Global is set to make a return to the vibrant city of London on 30th November and 1st December 2023, offering insight into AI's future

AI and Big Data Expo Global is returning to London at the end of 2023 and hopes to offer a glimpse into the future of artificial intelligence (AI).

This event is solely dedicated to the fascinating world of AI and Big Data and will take place at the iconic Olympia London venue. After a successful reception in Amsterdam, the event is preparing for an even larger gathering.

London is a city well-known for its rich history and technological innovation and so is able to provide a fitting backdrop for the event. Pioneers, experts and enthusiasts from around the world will be able to convene at Olympia to explore the latest trends in AI, IoT and other such innovations.

Notable event highlights include an anticipated crowd of more than 6,000 technology enthusiasts, professionals, and thought leaders. In addition, the event proposes an impressive roster of 150 industry-leading speakers that attendees can expect to gain valuable insights from.

Industry speakers include:

The expo floor will feature 200 exhibitors showcasing the latest AI and Big Data technologies and solutions from leading companies. The first day of the event will conclude with a lively networking party for attendees to create further connections from those within the industry.

AI and Big Data Expo is also free to attend and will provide access to free stages and the expo floor. However, there are also paid ticket options that will offer access to exclusive features such as the networking party, a dedicated networking app, and access to premium paid stages.

The event is co-located with four other expos, creating a convergence of technology, including: IoT Tech Expo, Cyber Security & Cloud Expo, Digital Transformation Week, and Blockchain Expo.

In addition to the main event, all participants will gain access to a content library containing selected presentations from this event and previous expos and conferences, available for up to six months.

The agenda promises a wide array of topics, including: ethical AI, AI against hackers, AI-led personalisation, data monetisation, data quality management, enterprise adoption of AI, the augmented workforce, the rise of AIOps, and embracing AI to drive digital transformation.

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About AI and Big Data Expo Global:

The AI and Big Data Expo Global is the premier event series dedicated to exploring the latest innovations in AI and Big Data. The event brings together professionals, visionaries, and experts from diverse industries to discuss, showcase, and collaborate on AI advancements.


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