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The AI Summit London 2020 announces call for papers

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Submit your paper for the upcoming conference – limited speaking slots available!

17 January 2020

For the fifth successive year, the world’s foremost AI for Business event series – The AI Summit – returns to London’s ExCeL Center on June 10-11 as the headline show of London Tech Week, offering industry powerhouses and tech pioneers the stage to showcase leadership in their respective industries and the wider AI market.

This is your chance to join them as a speaker at this year’s show.

We are accepting paper submissions for this year’s event until Friday, February 7 across all ten tracks:

Core stages:

  • Initiate – high-level enterprise strategy from leaders and CxOs;
  • Implement – practical use-cases and business applications from function leads and strategists;
  • Optimize – technical presentations on AI development and improvement from practitioners;
  • Innovate – cutting-edge R&D and demos from boundary-pushing companies.

Vertical-specific stages:

  • Finance
  • Healthcare
  • Retail
  • Sales, Marketing & CX
  • Manufacturing
  • Media

Find out more about the different stages’ core audience profile and content themes here.

If you have an amazing case study demonstrating clear business value, or a must-hear presentation taken from the bleeding-edge of AI engineering and development, then please fill out the form on the AI Summit London website and our team will get back to you very shortly to discuss your submission.

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