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Entries Now Open For The AIconics San Francisco 2019

by Ciarán Daly
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8 July 2019

Entries for the world-renowned AIconics Awards are now open for
the 2019 San Francisco edition. Fourteen awards celebrating the most innovative
AI solutions will be presented at the Palace Hotel, San Francisco on the 24th of
September, among an elite audience of 300 guests.

The AIconics are the world’s only
independently-judged awards celebrating drive, innovation and excellence in the
international AI community. Chosen by a judging panel of world-class AI experts
– including senior leaders from VCs, academia, and enterprise end-users – the
awards provide technology vendors, organizations, and enterprises alike with
the platform to showcase their AI projects and solutions.

categories for the 2019 San Francisco edition include “Best
VC/Incubator/Accelerator for AI”, “Corporate Innovation in AI”, “Best AI
Application in Customer Service”, and “AI for Good”.

Furthermore, for the first time in the history of The AIconics, we
are launching the AI Star of the Year Award – a people’s choice vote for outstanding
achievement in AI, celebrating the game-changing individuals within the global
AI ecosystem. Nominations for AI Star of
the Year are now open

AIconics are organized by AI Business and are a highlight of the upcoming AI Summit, San Francisco (September 25-26, Palace of Fine
world’s largest AI event for business that brings together over 6000 attendees,
300 speakers, and 200+ sponsors and exhibitors.

The complete list of categories and further entry information for The AIconics Awards San Francisco can be found at Entries close at midnight EST, August 21.

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