AI Leaders From OpenAI, Unilever, IBM Join AI Summit London

Experts in foundation models and AI research and development are set to converge on Tobacco Docks to navigate the enterprise AI landscape

Ben Wodecki, Jr. Editor

June 5, 2024

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The AI Summit Series

The eighth annual AI Summit London is June 12-13 at the Tobacco Docks, featuring some of the biggest names in technology set to attend.

The two-day event promises immersive experiences through keynote presentations, panel discussions and networking opportunities.

Attendees can expect insights from industry giants including Accenture, OpenAI, Unilever and IBM, as they navigate the evolving AI landscape.

Covering a diverse range of topics spanning infrastructure, foundation model development and responsible AI, the AI Summit London will feature insights from leaders and innovators from across the industry.

Here are AI Business’ recommendations for sessions you don’t want to miss at the event.

Wednesday, June 12

What’s Next for Language Models?

OpenAI chief architect Colin Jarvis will discuss why language models are the ultimate generative AI applications for businesses. Jarvis will showcase use cases for multimodal language models big and small and discuss where OpenAI sees language models providing tangible business values.

AI in Public Sector: Friend or foe?

Leading policymakers from NATO, the European Parliament and the U.K.’s House of Lords will provide a detailed look at how public officials are looking to use AI for the public good, with Safety Summits and legislative updates like the EU AI Act set to be among the leading talking points.

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How to Navigate the LLM Forest: Choosing the right tool for your business needs

Choosing the right language model is among the biggest headaches for businesses looking to adopt generative AI-powered applications. Experts from BT and Lufthansa will provide insights on how businesses can select and use enterprise-tailored language models to best fit their needs. The speakers will share insights on how enterprises can prioritize data privacy and protection while maximizing deployment potential.

Thursday, June 13

Harnessing Technology to Bring Sustainable Human Presence to Mars

NASA wants to send humans to Mars in the next decade and is currently developing technologies astronauts will use to live and work sustainably on the Red Planet. Christyl Johnson, NASA’s deputy center director for technology and research investments, will discuss how AI will contribute to humanity’s mission to Mars, covering innovations including navigation, health devices and communications.

AI-Powered R&D Revolution: From Simulation to Shelf at Lightning Speed

Predictive analytics are among the AI tools capable of helping businesses predict market conditions, formulate optimizations and support prototyping new products and innovations. Unilever executives will provide a glimpse into how the company uses predictive AI tools in its research and development efforts. They will showcase collaborative innovation through the lens of the company’s DataLab collaboration platform, which enables staff to research new products and services using AI, virtual simulations and analytics tools.

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How to Make AI Everywhere a Reality?

Businesses are increasingly looking to adopt AI. Stephan Gillich, Intel’s head of EMEA AI center of excellence will discuss end-to-end integration of AI technologies, navigating real-world examples of AI applications. Gillich will showcase how to leverage data securely with a large language model while keeping your data private.

View all the sessions and the full two-day agenda >>>

The AI Summit London Also Includes:

Five premium content stages - Packed with expert speakers from across the AI landscape.

Diversity and Inclusion Leadership Roundtables - Engage in open and constructive dialogue on strategies to promote, enhance inclusivity and foster positive workplace cultures.  

The AI Accelerator Hub - A two-day Dragon Den-style initiative for AI startups.

The AI Hackathon - Where some of the best young talent can connect with leaders from global enterprises (application only).

Author’s Corner & the AI Summit Book Exchange - Your chance to hear from leading AI authors, get signed copies and pick up preloved tech and business-related books.

AI Summit London attendees can also visit the Quantum Computing Summit, co-located at the event.

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About the Author(s)

Ben Wodecki

Jr. Editor

Ben Wodecki is the Jr. Editor of AI Business, covering a wide range of AI content. Ben joined the team in March 2021 as assistant editor and was promoted to Jr. Editor. He has written for The New Statesman, Intellectual Property Magazine, and The Telegraph India, among others. He holds an MSc in Digital Journalism from Middlesex University.

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