Time’s Up! Last Chance to Attend AAI18
If you haven’t purchased your ticket yet, here are three reasons why you should buy it now:
- Incredible speaker line-up including: Accenture’s Chief Technology & Innovation Officer, Paul Daugherty, World Economic Forum’s Head Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, Kay-Firth Butterfield, Salesforce’s Chief Scientist, Richard Socher and many more. Full speaker list here.
- Thought-provoking sessions: work in the world of AI, the death of Moore’s Law, future of machine learning, AI and the future of energy, the deep impact of AI in Healthcare, enterprise AI and cybersecurity and more. See full agenda here.
- Amazing attendees like you: 800+ AI Leaders, corporate executives, venture capitalists, startup founders, and researchers will be getting together again for a full day of exciting conversations around the application of AI technologies.
We’re excited to see you next week at the conference. Sign-up now with the discount code AAIBSLcom18 and get 30% off.
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