Ethics in AI
July 11th, 2019
2019 is set to be another big year in data, technology and analytics. As more ‘smart’ technology is being released the amount of data being collected is only going to rise. At KDR we find one of the best ways to stay ahead of the curve with new technologies, new systems and even new ways of working is at tech events and conferences. Not only are they a great place to learn, they are also a great place to network.
Take a look below at our selection of the best data and tech events in 2019
When: 23rd – 24th January
Where: New York, USA
With over 35 sessions and 45 speakers this 2-day conference will explore how to drive innovation through business with a data-driven culture.
Can’t make it? Follow #DSNY
When: 10th – 15th February
Where: Las Vegas, USA
Dubbed the ‘leading event for data and analytics training for over 20 years’ TDWI covers everything from data governance, infrastructure, machine learning, artificial intelligence and more.
Can’t make it? Follow #TDWI
When: 11th – 22nd March
Where: Scotland, UK
This 2-week festival is a first for the UK, hosted across Scotland it focusses on data and innovation. Now in its 3 year it will showcase data science and artificial intelligence.
Can’t make it? Follow #DataFest19
When: 25th – 26th April
Where: London, UK
Want to see the latest tools and innovation in AI and big data? This is the place to be. The expo hosts over 500 speakers and 300 exhibitors.
Can’t make it? Follow ai_expo
When: 23rd – 24th May
Where: Boston, USA
Aimed at data scientists to big data experts this summit delves into the world of deep learning and smart AI, looking at real world applications in business and society.
Can’t make it? Follow teamrework
When: 16th – 20th June
Where: Las Vegas, USA
This isn’t just one event over the 4 days, it’s 5 industry-focused events in one. With over 150 speakers and sessions this is the go-to event for everything predictive analytics.
Can’t make it? Follow pawcon
There are plenty of exciting and innovative events, conferences and summits happening in 2019. Keep an eye out for our July – December picks!
Did we miss any? We’d love to know which data events and conferences you are attending this year!