We are pleased to announce we are now accepting proposals for the AI UK 2023 exhibition. AI UK will be taking place in London on 21-22 March 2023.
AI UK 2023
The Alan Turing Institute's national showcase of data science and artificial intelligence research and innovation, AI UK, is back and in person. For the first time, AI UK will include a large indoor exhibition of hands-on scientific demonstrations, alongside thought-provoking sessions, workshops, and networking opportunities. The exhibition will demonstrate the best in innovation across the ecosystem, providing engaging and interactive moments for AI UK attendees to connect, share and learn.
We encourage applications from any disciplinary background; however, submissions should be aligned to the national scientific and technology capability priorities and outcomes:
- Sustainable environment
- Health and life sciences
- National security and defence, including space
- Digital economy
The demonstration can take the shape of a live interactive demo, a lab or exhibit, an audio-visual demonstration, or any combination of these. Most importantly they need to showcase AI research and innovation in action.
All successful applicants will be entitled to up to six free tickets to attend AI UK, including demonstration staff.
If you’re not sure if your proposal will fit into the scope of this call, please do not hesitate to contact us at [email protected]
How to apply
Please ensure you read all the guidance information (in the application portal) before starting your application
The deadline for submissions is 17:00 GMT on Wednesday 30 November. Please note that any applications received after this period will not be considered.
- 8 November 2022 Call Opens
- 30 November 2022 (17:00 GMT) Call Closes
- 12 December 2022 Notifications
- 10 March 2023 Camera-ready date
- 15 March 2023 Recommended shipping date
Eligibility and criteria
Please note this is not a call for research talks. Submissions must be based on cutting-edge scientific research and innovation. We welcome applications from a range of backgrounds: industry, academia, public sector, or civil society - you must be active in the data science and AI ecosystem.
Space is limited, we will be assessing applications against strict criteria, which can be found in the call document. The Institute's scientific leadership will consider the submissions across scientific themes to ensure the exhibition is cross-disciplinary.
Equality, diversity and inclusion
Successful proposals should align with the Turing's EDI Strategy and uphold our values and commitment to achieving equality, diversity and inclusion across all activities. We are particularly interested to hear from applicants who consider themselves to be part of a group who are traditionally underrepresented in data science and AI.
Further information is included in the online portal for application.
If you have any unanswered questions, please do not hesitate to contact the events team at [email protected].