The third edition of the Future of AI definitely topped all expectations - this year's event in London could be classed as an upgrade from last year as it featured over 3,000 attendants, more than 65 exhibitors, 104 sessions, and 168 fantastic guest speakers.

This event is going from strength to strength and as previously, this year's event brought together a number of experts from the Artificial Intelligence industry as well as start-ups, companies, and businesses keen to investigate how AI could be used in their companies.  

I Like It Tidy
Photo by Franck V. / Unsplash

The potential for AI is immense; however, some businesses remain somewhat wary of the technology.  This is where Blockchain Solution providers come in to remove these worries through the implementation of Smart Contacts which can provide greater trust for AI data-based systems by using an immutable ledger which can be used to verify transactions and results.  Dragon are standing by to provide advice to businesses of all sizes and stages of their development on how Blockchain Innovation can be used within their existing ecosystems.

Some of the key speakers outlined for this event are; Ann Elise Delbecq, a data scientist at IBM Europe and Michaela Blott, an engineer at XILINX who discussed the importance of AI and how it can be further incorporated in the AI industry.  As might be expected of one of the best AI-themed events in the country the workshops were top quality and included superb "meet and greet" sessions offering attendees the opportunity to not only interact but will also network and form strategic partnerships with start-ups and investors.

This is a shot of the owner of New Zealand watch company - Hunters Race.
Photo by Hunters Race / Unsplash

The Future of AI event was a grand event which exceeded all expectations and next year’s promises to be even bigger.  Of course, the Dragon Blog will cover this and remember you can get your daily dose of industry news right here.