We are pleased to make two announcements relating to the AI & Big Data Expo North America being held at the Santa Clara Convention Center, Silicon Valley on 13 – 14 November 2019.
First the winners of the inaugural International Data Science Awards - supported by the Chartered Institute of Public Relations' AI Panel and the AI & Big Data World Series, will be revealed at the prestigious AI & Big Data Expo North America on 13 November 2019 https://datascience.foundation/datascienceawards
Second Chris Tomlinson, Data Science Foundation Director is chairing the Enterprise AI Conference on day one of the event. https://www.ai-expo.net/northamerica/track/enterprise-ai/
About the Expo
The world’s leading AI & Big Data event series will return to the Santa Clara Convention Center in the heart of Silicon Valley on November 13-14th 2019 to host its third annual North American event. The expo itself will bring together key industries from across the globe for two days of top-level content and discussion across 5-colocated events covering, AI, big data, IoT, cyber security, cloud, blockchain, and 5G.
12,000 attendees are expected to congregate for the event including IT decision makers, developers & designers, heads of innovation, chief data officers, chief data scientists, brand managers, data analysts, start-ups and innovators, tech providers, c-level executives, venture capitalists, and many more. The AI & Big Data Expo will showcase the most cutting-edge technologies from more than 350 exhibitors and provide insight from over 500 speakers sharing their unparalleled industry knowledge and real-life experiences.
About the Awards
The awards - judged by an esteemed panel of international experts - recognise excellence and innovation in data science, artificial intelligence and advanced analytics.
Judges have been drawn from across the globe and include industry leaders, authors, academics and educators from 10 countries, USA, China, Australia, Canada, India, Pakistan, Spain, UK, Holland, Zambia. These include experts such as; Kerry Sheehan, Chart.PR, Vice Chair of the #AIinPR panel and CIPR Council member, Dr. Wang VP of Data Science at PayPal, California, Dr Frank Soboczenski Computer Scientist at King's College London & NASA SpaceApps Lead and Dr Michael Baron Data Scientist, Author and Educator from Australia.
Entries are invited from individuals, universities and both non-profit and commercial organisations. Entries must be submitted via the Data Science Foundation. Entrants must be a member of the Data Science Foundation to enter the awards. Membership is free of charge and provides a connection to the data science community along with a host of free membership, communications and publishing services. An administration fee of £75 is charged per individual awards category entered. An administration fee of £125 is charged per organisational award category entered. A reduced entry fee of £45 is offered to registered charities and students. Multiple categories can be entered, but separate entry forms must be completed for each entry. Further concessions are available on request.