In 2017 Dataiku launched EGG, the large-scale AI conference that grew to six events across major cities worldwide (including London!) in 2019. Since then, the world — and the field of AI — has fundamentally changed.
The Everyday AI Conference is the next evolution, exploring new themes and ideas in the same great setting.
Forbes 500 companies, up-and-coming startups, SMBs, NGOs, activists — Our speakers come from diverse backgrounds and aim at very different use cases and impacts with AI. Nevertheless, they all share a common belief: Now is the time for Everyday AI.
Connect With 700+ Global Data Leaders & Practitioners
The Everyday AI Conference in London will bring together the best and brightest minds in data across a variety of industries, from finance to energy to retail and more. Join hundreds of global data leaders and doers across EMEA for one day of insights and networking that could change the way you think about your approach to AI.
If you want to cut through the hype of AI and get down to real people who are executing on real use cases, The Everyday AI Conference is for you. It is focused on bringing in experienced data science and machine learning practitioners and leaders for talks that are not only inspirational, but practical.
Be Inspired... But Also Have Fun!
The Everyday AI Conference delivers exceptional content and networking in a setting that is stylish and fun (no stuffy hotel ballrooms here). Attendees will not only be treated to hand-selected, expert speakers from organisations like Lloyds Banking Group, KPN, and Ericsson on some of today’s hottest topics in data science, machine learning, and AI, but also a top-tier experience when it comes to food, ambiance, and all the other extras that make the day memorable.
Tobacco Dock is located in the heart of East London’s thriving enterprise zone, within striking distance of Central London and straightforward to reach by public transport, lying between Wapping (Overground) and Shadwell (Overground and DLR) stations, as well as plenty of nearby bus stops (routes 100 and D3).