Artificial Intelligence in Business & Ethics (AIBE) Summit

London’s largest student run non-profit AI conference

 

London, 27/01/20 – The Artificial Intelligence in Business & Ethics (AIBE) Summit will be taking place on Wednesday 29th January 2020 from 8:00 to 18:00. Hosted at the prestigious Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, AIBE 2020 will explore the social, political and ethical implications of AI as it becomes a greater part of our lives. Reflecting this, we will be welcoming C-Level executives, members of government and leading academics in the field of AI.

AIBE Summit prides itself in making the summit accessible to the wider public through affordable ticket pricing. We have two ticket types, student and professional, which can be purchased at either half or full day rates. The full day pass starts at £23 for students and £50 for professionals, whilst half day passes are £12.50 for students and £25 for professionals.

AIBE Summit is your opportunity to immerse in the world of AI and gain insight into some of the latest developments in AI with over 16 speakers and 10 exhibitors. What is unique about our conference is the emphasis placed on ethics. The latter is a fundamental aspect of AI for its implementation and regulation. We will be welcoming prominent members of government to discuss the UK’s AI strategy including; Lord Clement Jones, former chair of the House of Lords Committee on AI and Matt Warman, Minister for Digital and Broadband. In addition to this, we will be hosting a panel on AI, Security and Democracy which features academics, representatives from tech start-ups and thought leaders.

Reviews from previous attendees of AIBE Summit

An outstanding Summit organised by students to bring together the leading thinkers and most promising start-ups in the world of AI, in order to deliver a truly thought-provoking experience for all its attendees!

Winston P.

Outstanding conference organised by bright students bringing together leaders in AI across the country.

Reza J.

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