The Turing opens call for AI UK 2023 exhibitors

Tuesday 08 Nov 2022

The Alan Turing Institute has launched a call for innovative and cutting-edge scientific demonstrations at its annual showcase of data science and artificial intelligence research, AI UK. 

This is the first time the event has included a call for demonstrations from across the UK's data science and AI ecosystem. 

The event, now in its third year, will include a large indoor exhibition of hands-on scientific demonstrations, alongside thought-provoking sessions, workshops, and networking opportunities. 

The Turing is accepting applications from exhibitors until 5pm on 30 November for the event which will be hosted at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre on 21-22 March 2023. 

Applications from any discipline will be considered, but submissions should be aligned to the national scientific and technology capability priorities and outcomes:

•    Sustainable environment 
•    Health and life sciences 
•    National security and defence
•    Digital economy 

The demonstration can take the shape of a live interactive demonstration, a laboratory or exhibit, an audio-visual demonstration, or any combination of these, as long as exhibitors can showcase AI research and innovation in action. 

Professor Mark Girolami, Chief Scientist at The Alan Turing Institute, said: “We’re delighted to be building on the success of AI UK this year, finding more ways to showcase the innovative research happening across artificial intelligence and data science. We look forward to collaborating with the many talented people working in this field.”

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