Seemingly overnight, the term “AI” has infiltrated every conversation around data. But looking beyond the buzzword, artificial intelligence is creating impact at scale through advancements in deep learning, machine learning, conversational interfaces, natural language processing and more. The best way to stay up to date on new developments in the field, learn new skills, and network with industry peers? Conferences.
In this edition of our credTen series, we’re featuring the top 10 events in AI.
International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML)
June 9-15 | Long Beach, CA
The International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML) is a premier gathering of professionals dedicated to the advancement of the branch of artificial intelligence known as machine learning. Speakers will present cutting-edge research on all aspects of machine learning used in closely related areas like artificial intelligence, statistics, and data science, as well as important application areas such as machine vision, computational biology, speech recognition, and robotics.
Ticket Price: $520 – $1,040
RE•WORK Applied AI Summit
June 20-21 | San Francisco, CA
With an enterprise focus, the RE•WORK’s Applied AI Summit with focus on real-life AI applications, case studies, business insights, and results from companies leveraging AI to solve problems in enterprise. The event will be co-located with their Deep Reinforcement Learning Summit and AI for Good Summit.
Ticket Price: $1,095-$1,495
July 10-11 | San Francisco, CA
Hosted by VentureBeat, Transform will bring together executives and business practitioners to discuss carefully curated, results-oriented content around AI—with coverage that is both cross-functional and cross-vertical. The program will focus on the strategic and practical applications of AI with case studies, panels, and workshops.
Ticket Price: $1,495
O’Reilly AI Conference
September 9-12 | San Jose, CA
The O'Reilly AI Conference delivers nine tracks of technical content—with a laser-sharp focus on the most important AI developments for business. From apps and reinforcement learning to conversational interfaces and executive briefings, learn how to implement AI in real-world projects using machine learning, NLP, Tensorflow, and more.
Ticket Price: $995 – $1,895
Interested in learning about other O’Reilly events? Check out our recap of Strata Data 2019.
MIT AI Conference
September 14 | Palo Alto, CA
This year’s conference will focus on the Future of Computing by exploring how the ways we interact with each other and with the world around us will be transformed by advancements in computing and the rise of artificial intelligence. The conference will embody MIT’s tradition of “mens et manus”—applying technology for real-world impact—by convening a cross-section of leading academics, engineers, business executives, and investors.
Ticket Price: $199-$499
We were there! Read up on what went down at the 2018 event.
World Summit AI
October 9-10 | Gashouder, Amsterdam
World Summit AI gathers the global AI ecosystem of Enterprise, BigTech, Startups, Investors and Science. New in 2019, the event is growing to 11 tracks, including a dedicated hands-on stream for Developers, Ethical & Fair AI, AI for earth innovation, Education, Fintech, Automotive, and AI leadership.
Ticket Price: $847-$1,130
November 8 | San Francisco, CA
MLconf is a single-day, single-track machine learning conference event designed to gather the community to discuss the recent research and application of algorithms, tools, and platforms to solve the hard problems that exist within organizing and analyzing massive and noisy data sets.
Ticket Price: $150
December 4-5 | New York, NY
Data Council (formerly DataEngConf) is a technical conference that bridges the gap between data engineering and data science, bringing together software engineers, data scientists, deep learning researchers, and technical founders who want to discover tools and insights to build AI-based products.
Ticket Price: $649-$1,099
Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems
December 8-14 | Vancouver, Canada
The conference, which began in 1987, focuses on advances in machine learning (ML) and computational neuroscience, specifically through the presentation of academic papers and new research. Be sure to snag your ticket as soon as registration opens, as last year’s event sold out in less than 15 minutes!
Ticket Price: $350-$750
Spring 2020 | San Francisco, CA
Put on by the organizers of the global QCon series, QCon.ai is a practical AI and machine learning conference bringing together software teams working on all aspects of AI and machine learning. This year’s keynotes include Katharine Jarmul, Joel Grus and Anita Sengupta, and will feature six tracks around topics like predictive architectures in the real world, deep learning in practice, and AI in the physical world.
Ticket Price: $1,935
*Standard/general registration rates at time of publication.
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