On September 27 + 28 at RocketSpace’s brand new campus in London, corporate innovation executives and startup founders are invited to join our corporate members – Allstate, Arvato Bertelsmann, BSM, Capitec Bank, GKN, Ingram Micro, KALEIDO, Magna, Man Truck, Mizuho, Moody's Analytics, RBC, Royal Bank of Scotland and many others – to examine the business implications of Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Blockchain on both business and society.
We’ll dive into business-forward conversations, presentations & talks from an all-star cast of leading tech voices and futurists; see demos & exhibitions from up-and-coming AI/ML & Blockchain-focused startups; learn primers on startup-corporate engagements & more.
Speakers include Danny Lopez, COO at Blippar, the London-based unicorn pushing the limits of AI; David Siegel, CEO of 20|30 and founder of the Pillar project, Lee Daley, former CEO of Saatchi & Saatchi, Priya Guha Ecosystem GM for RocketSpace London, and others to be announced soon.
Blockchain startups scheduled to demo include Applied Blockchain, Arc Net (with others TBA) and startups moving the needle in Artificial Intelligence including Be More Digital, Satalia, and Mindi (with others TBA).
The Summit will commence at 1:00 pm on Wednesday, September 27 and continue through 8:00 pm on Thursday, September 28th.
Interested in attending? Well, you are in luck! You can reserve your spot now.
But hurry, space is limited.
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BONUS: all ticket holders will be given access to RocketSpace’s Disruption Report on Artificial Intelligence that provides insights on what’s being disrupted in Artificial Intelligence, spotlights on hot AI startups that are disrupting, as well as predictions on how AI is forever changing business as usual.
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Disclaimer: Summits are for RocketSpace corporate members and a limited number of corporate executives and startup founders ONLY. Third-party consultants, vendors, and/or those who market products or services to corporate executives cannot attend.