AI & Big Data Expo Europe 2019

The AI and Big Data Expo Europe is one of the largest events this year that will cover the latest developments in the world of artificial intelligence and big data. Some of the next-gen technologies that will implement AI and big data to drive businesses forward in 2019 and beyond will be showcased at the event. Leading brands, market leaders, and startups will be making an appearance at the event. Some of the topics that will be discussed at the event include AI algorithms, deep learning, machine learning, virtual assistance, and business intelligence.

Venue

The AI & Big Data Expo Europe will be hosted at RAI, Amsterdam on 19-20th June 2019.

Agenda

The agenda of the 2-day event includes four co-located events, multiple AI & Big Data conference tracks. With over 2,000 attendees, the upcoming conference is set to be one of the largest AI & Big Data events of all time. Some of the topics that will be brought up for discussion include emerging trends in the world of AI and Big Data, new technologies that will shape 2018 and beyond and ongoing developments in virtual assistant technology. The event will be co-hosted along with the IoT Tech Expo, Blockchain Expo, and Cyber Security & Cloud Expo. The four events combined will have over 10,000 attendees making it one of the biggest tech events of this year.

Tickets

  • Free Expo: Free
  • Workshop: €199
  • Expo Plus Pass: €219
  • All Day Expo: Day 1 - €399, Day 2 - €399 and Two-Day €699
  • Ultimate Pass: €1099

Speakers

Some of the speakers who will be present at the event include distinguished personalities like Nicholas Reed (Senior Manager Strategy and Innovation at SAGA), Dhruv Garg (Senior Software Engineer at Netflix) and Kimberley Nevala (Director of Business Strategies at SAS).

Should you attend the event?

If you are interested in artificial intelligence and big data, you should consider attending. Some of the best industry experts will be present at the event to discuss ongoing and future trends in the world of AI and Big Data. We can also expect new technology to be showcased, which will serve as a great opportunity for smaller businesses.