Date: February 20, 2018 | Register here
Prices: starting from GBP 75,-
Location: London, the United Kingdom
Women in AI Dinner London 2018
ReWork is an events organising company that brings together breakthrough technology, cutting-edge science, and entrepreneurship shaping the future of business and society.
At each event, they showcase the opportunities of exponentially accelerating technologies to positively disrupt industry and society. Leading technologists, entrepreneurs, innovators, and industry leaders come together to share case studies, research and technological innovations to integrate cutting-edge technology and science into our lives.
Do you know how to leverage new technologies such as the internet of things, sensors, 3D printing, nanotechnology, biotechnology, artificial intelligence? How will they impact our future cities, healthcare, transport, education, and energy solutions?
An evening of discussions & networking around the progress and application of artificial intelligence
- 90 Attendees
- Keynote talks
- 3 Course dinner
- Champagne reception
Top minds in artificial intelligence
Over the course of the dinner, hear from leading female experts in Artificial Intelligence and discuss the impact of this rapidly advancing technology.
Attendees will establish new connections and network with peers in sectors including retail, manufacturing, transport, healthcare & security.
Champagne reception and dinner
Attendees will arrive at a Champagne reception, followed by 3 courses of fine cuisine and wine to match and compliment the evening. After each course, you’ll hear short talks from experts, followed by Q&A and discussions throughout the meal.
Women in tech
As an all-female company, RE•WORK is a strong advocate for supporting female entrepreneurs and women working towards advancing technology and science.
The dinner is open to anyone keen to support advancing women in the industry! Please note that this event is closed to recruiters.
- Deep Learning Algorithms
- Neural Networks
- Machine Learning
- Predictive Intelligence
- Women in Tech