4 AI Conferences You Must Attend in 2019

We regularly talk to several enterprise leaders and realize that many are clearly recognizing the value of implementing AI into their business. AI adoption in the enterprise is rapidly gaining momentum and already starting to change workplaces. Everyone is looking for the right resources and conferences to go to learn more about bringing AI in the enterprise. So, at whiz.ai we did some extensive research on the top and most empowering Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning/Deep Learning conferences happening around the world this year. Here are the ones that stood out for us and we hope to attend some of these.

1. Artificial Intelligence Conference

What to expect?

- A deep dive into emerging AI techniques and technologies — focusing on practical business applications.

- Inspirational keynotes, compelling use cases, proven best practices, tear-downs of successful AI projects (or dissections of failures), high-level executive briefings, and rock-solid technical skills.

- Training courses on April 15–16, 2019 to immerse yourself in in-depth education on topics critical to your business success.

Location: Hilton Midtown, New York, NY
Dates: April 15–18, 2019

Who should attend?

- CXOs (Analytics, Data, Information, Innovation, Technology)

- Data scientists/Engineers

- Chief Innovation Officers, Innovation Managers, Directors of Innovation

- Business Analysts/Managers/Strategists and decision makers

- Product Marketing Managers, Product Managers, Program Managers

2. Bootstraplabs Applied Artificial Intelligence Conference 2019

What to expect?

- An event focused on current and future impacts of AI applications and commercialization across a breadth of sectors, including Transportation, Logistics, Health, Energy, FinTech, the Future of Work (FoW), Internet of Things (IoT), and Cybersecurity.

- An opportunity to meet and learn from leaders driving disruption across all industries using Applied AI.

- A chance to discover new ways to become an AI advocate and thought leader in your organization and community.

- Also, a particularly noteworthy event for job seekers and employers looking to hire new talent.

Location: San Francisco
Dates: April 18, 2019

Who should attend?

- Founders, Intrapreneurs

- CTOs, CIOs, Corporate Development Executives, Innovation Officers

- Product Managers, AI/ML Experts including Directors of Engineering, Data Scientists, Executives, Professors, Researchers

- Investors interested in AI

3. Big Data & AI Toronto 2019

What to expect?

- An event co-located with Big Data Toronto advertises itself as the largest AI conference in Canada, a world leader in AI research.

- An opportunity for leaders and practitioners to learn from each other in a free-flowing learning environment.

- Network with industry professionals and gain key insights into emerging technologies to drive your internal company projects.

- Dedicated spotlight on strategic and technical use cases of AI and Big Data.

- Of special interest for some, AI Toronto is looking for post-seed to early-stage startups to pitch their businesses at the AI Toronto Startup Battle.

Location: Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Toronto, Canada
Dates: June 12–13, 2019

Who should attend?

- Founders, Intrapreneurs

- CTOs, CIOs, Corporate Development Executives, Innovation Officers

- Product Managers, AI/ML Experts including Directors of Engineering, Data Scientists, Executives, Professors, Researchers

- Investors interested in AI

4. The 4th Annual AI Summit — New York

What to expect?

- Hear exclusive, inspirational presentations from acclaimed C-suite speakers representing the world’s leading enterprises.

- A common platform for experts with the technical know-how and leaders with a vision for AI in business to share actionable insights.

- An AI event that’s geared for leading AI innovators from the giants of: Microsoft, IBM, AWS, Facebook and Google through to the most inspiring start-ups, consultancies and thought-leaders.

Location: Javits Center, New York, NY
Dates: December 11–12, 2019

Who should attend?

- CXOs (Analytics, Data, Information, Innovation, Technology)

- Chief Innovation Officers, Innovation Managers, Directors of Innovation

- Chief Transformation Officers, Change Agents

- Business Leaders, Executive leadership, MDs, VPs

- Startup Founders and CEOs