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AI world comes together at Cogx

Greetings from a showery British summertime! I’ve made the trip over to the other side of the world this week, alongside a few other AI Forum members, to attend the 2019 CogX Festival of AI and Emerging Technology in Kings Cross, London. This is the largest gathering of the global AI community, with an estimated 15,000 attendees, 10 stages and 12 topics including healthcare, infrastructure, finance and economy.
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AI in Education features at AI-DAY 2019, plus join our Working Groups

Only three weeks to go until AI-DAY! Our production team, including Justin Flitter from NewZealand.ai and the AI Forum’s Chantal Thomas are working behind the scenes to make AI-DAY 2019 an even bigger success than last year’s sell-out event! If you haven’t already secured your place please do this asap to avoid disappointment, tickets are going fast. Remember that AI Forum members can get a 20% discount on AI Forum day tickets. Contact us for the code!
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Less coffee and more AI cat photos?

Now that we are in February, the year is gearing up with plenty happening in the AI world, so this newsletter is a little larger than usual!
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AI Forum in Otago

Kia Ora Last week, we held our first AI Forum Event in Dunedin with a packed house, kindly hosted by the Signal ICT Graduate School. The event showcased AI-related research underway at the University of Otago, with Prof James MacLaurin and Joy Liddicoat from the AI and Law in New Zealand Project and Centre of … Continue reading "AI Forum in Otago"