We are pleased to announce the dates and venue for AI UK 2023, taking place Tuesday 21 and Wednesday 22 March 2023 at the Queen Elizabeth II conference centre in Westminster, London. AI UK is the UK’s national showcase of artificial intelligence (AI) and data science research and innovation.
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Hosted by The Alan Turing Institute, the UK's national institute for AI and data science, AI UK 2022 explored how AI and data science could be used to solve real-world challenges - and featured over 200 speakers across four stages.
Our unique and diverse programme was thematically structured around the UK's National AI Strategy, with a broad range of interactive content including digital twins, algorithmic bias and AI ethics, and brought together over 2000 people from the UK's AI research and innovation ecosystem.
Would you like to join us in person next year?
AI UK 2022 was a virtual event broadcast from London. For 2023, we are excited to host the first ever AI UK live in person and in addition to multiple stages of thoughtful, innovative and world-class scientific content, attendees will experience an exhibition of hands-on research demonstrations, engaging workshops and networking moments.
Over 40 sessions from our 2022 main stages are available to view on our YouTube channel. Watch over 200 world-leading figures such as Jeanette Winterson and Patrick Vallance discuss their vision for AI and data science in the future, and how it can help us overcome some of the challenges society faces today.
Don't miss out on a limited in-person place in 2023 - register your interest now.
It is possible to get involved in our AI UK 2023 programme through our open call for exhibition content. Details on how to submit an application will be released via this page shortly.
This has to be the best AI-focused event I've attended, thank you to all who worked to put it together. The event highlights that we all have a lot to do to ensure that the AI sector in the UK thrives, but we are doing a lot of work already and the country is really trying to take a leading role, which is fantastic to see.
Besides the motivation, excitement and hope from all the inspirational speakers, AI UK has also re-confirmed my decision to pivot my career and I'm very much looking forward to a role in data science for the public good!
I wanted to congratulate the AI UK team for the good level of representation in the event. As a mature woman PhD student from a minoritised community, I could find someone who reflected me in some way in the various panels. Well done!
I found it interesting, engaging and thought-provoking. It was particularly fascinating to hear the illuminating perspectives of speakers from Asia, Africa and the Global South.
One of the most striking aspects of the event was how broad a research area AI is; it was inspiring to see how many different directions one could take. I will continue to recommend the event to people interested in exploring data science further.