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Join Nathan Shedroff as he provides expertise in the panel discussion, The Good, The Bad and The Ugly about Artificial Intelligence, at the innagural AI Asia event by Corp. Corp puts on several AI events around the globe, and is now venturing into Asia where chatbots are all the rage.
As the main driver of the fourth Industrial Revolution, artificial intelligence is an area experts believe will take the spotlight in 2017, as more agencies are looking at a full integration into targeted area of their businesses.
With only 10% of companies believing they are maximizing the value of artificial intelligence today, yet and expected 39% increase in revenue driven by the hot new technology, businesses around the globe are looking for more information and practical advice.
DISRUPTING & DEFINING THE NEXT GENERATION OF SERVICES, DEVICES & PLATFORMS
From the creators of the industry leading Internet of Things World, UX Next will showcase the evolution and future direction of service enablement.
Join us as Mark Steven Meadows, along with 50+ other pioneering speakers, 400+ tech disruptors and 50+ exhibitors share how to embrace the digital roadmap and multiplatform UX.
Artificial Intelligence has been a hot topic for the last few years and the enthusiasm is far from fading. Companies across all industries who are trying to sort the reality from the hype will want to attend this event to learn how they can benefit from the realities of our unprecedented progress in AI technologies.
The AI World Forum is a prestigous 2-day Conference being held in Toronto, Canada this year.
Join Mark Stephen Meadows, founder and CEO of Botanic Technologies, onstage as he talks about The Disrupting Convergence of Blockchain and AI in the Global Economy.
The AI World Forum is an annual event that brings together top global thought leaders in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to advance the dialogue on the AI Revolution. North America is a leader in finance, technology and law – the key elements necessary to built an inclusive AI global ecosystem that supports responsible innovation.
The AI World Forum explores leadership trends in Machine Learning, Quantum Computing, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, Infrastructure, Health Care, Cyber-Security, Self-Driving Cars, Chatbots, Law & Ethics, Banking, Defence, Food Security and Diversity in AI and its impacts on the global economy.
Join us at the world’s leading senior level VR industry event, where the real business of immersive tech gets done.
With hand-pick speakers based on feedback and recommendations from a tight network of senior executives across the immersive tech industry, this event promises to be packed with information, ideas, practical applications and mind-blowing thought leadership.
In addition to hearing Botanic’s CEO, Mark Steven Meadows, talking about multi-modal trusted personality interfaces to AI and VR, you will hear from innovation leaders from companies including Paramount Pictures, BMW, Walmart and more.
Join us in Frankfurt, Germany to get guidance on critical decisions for the digital transformation of your enterprise With experts from around the globe, we’ll meet up in the only city with 2 Central Banks to talk about the future of finance. Get practical and visionary information.
Mark Stephen Meadows is speaking on The Disrupting Convergence of Blockchain and AI in the Global Economy. In his session, he will share what life might look like in 10 years. Now is the time to understand these new technologies, how to both use and protect ourselves from unethical use of them, and how they impact the global economy. These technologies include blockchain, artificial intelligence, and new modes of conversational interaction.
In his session, you’ll learn:
- Why blockchain can – and should – be trusted with sensitive data across multiple entities
- How blockchain will impact the global economy
- How AI will change interaction with computers in ways we’ve previously only imagined
- What the impact of conversational interfaces will be as they provide information, collect user data, support behavior modification, and provide