Suffolk is one of the world’s most prolific locations for patented AI innovation. Therefore, this inaugural event will be broadcast virtually from BT’s famous Martlesham research and development facility.
Taking place online at www.aiglobalfestival.com and accessible globally, the ticketed, two-day event brings together a range of sector specialists to share their experiences and forecasts for the future in a series of inspirational keynote talks, workshops, ‘fireside chats’, and technology demonstrations.
This includes former NASA scientist, Peter Scott, who worked for the space agency’s famed Jet Propulsion Laboratory, speaking about the future of AI and technology, A ‘fireside chat’ session will discuss what the pandemic tells us about future AI and digital based approaches to health, whilst Daniela Rus from MIT will provide an overview of AI robotic automation and the opportunities this offers the average business.
The line-up includes many other world leading representatives from organisations such as PwC, Silicon Valley Bank, Alan Turing Institute, MIT, IQ Capital, Innovate UK, Orbital Global, VirtTuri, Wilkin and Sons Tiptree, University of Essex, and University of Suffolk. Together they will cover the role of AI in a variety of industries including agriculture, healthcare, energy, and fast moving consumer goods.
The event, co-founded by Orbital Global and BT, is sponsored by a range of businesses and organisations including: Eastern Academic Health Science Network (EAHSN), New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership, Suffolk County Council, University of Essex, University of East Anglia, University of Suffolk, and VirtTuri.
*Tickets cost £150, with an academic ticket discounted to £50.