AI@Oxford’s agenda draws on the collective academic weight of the institution, the expertise of its surrounding innovation ecosystem, and Oxford’s connected global network. The event is split into three streams: technology and applications of AI, AI in healthcare, and the impact of AI on society. Sessions in the streams will all have a leading academic in their field involved, which will range from seminars and panels to TED talks and debates. There will also be 1-2-1 networking opportunities, matchmaking and a gala dinner.
The event’s audience will be comprised from corporates, investors, spinout and startup CEOs, innovators and entrepreneurs, academics, media and government. The main aim of the conference is to be a conversation on AI between the world’s number one University and AI powerhouse, Oxford University, and the world’s innovation community. It should be one of the most exciting and impactful events the University has put together in recent memory.
If you’re interested, here’s a link where you can find out more about the programme and book a ticket: https://innovation.ox.ac.uk/innovation-news/events/aioxford-conference/