At a time where the future of the world sits in question due to the rapid rollout of AI-based technology, London Tech Week is ramping up in the UK. This worldwide celebration of technology brings together the most creative minds; and promising talents of the future in a week-long extravaganza.
London Tech Week (LTW) is a platform that highlights how technology is revolutionising both business and society. It fosters discussions on innovation, diversity, and transformation, and brings together the tech community to drive change.
At a time where dozens of tech executives and researchers have publicly signed a statement regarding the risks of AI, it’s easy to become confused about the future of AI and its impact on greater society.
“Mitigating the risk of extinction from AI should be a global priority alongside other societal-scale risks such as pandemics and nuclear war”.
says a statement released Tuesday by the nonprofit Center for AI Safety.
This open letter was signed by more than 350 researchers and executives, including Sam Altman, who is CEO of the ChatGPT and creative behind OpenAI; as well as 38 members of Google’s DeepMind artificial intelligence unit.
OpenAI’s ChatGPT assistant was the first of its kind to be released to the public in November, sparking an arms race that saw Microsoft and Google release their own bots earlier this year.
So, London Tech Week is truly arriving at a time wherein the world is full of questions.
The LTW summit returns to Westminster this june to take over the Queen Elizabeth II Centre; over the course of three days and seven floors. London Tech Week gathers significant founders, leaders in business, policymakers, investors, and emerging talents for discussions on technologies in the hope of creating new opportunities and reshape the future.
The flagship AI event of London Tech Week provides audiences with the inspiration and insight necessary to bring AI road-maps to life. This event is supported by global authorities and propelled by the world’s largest brands.
During this two-day celebration of emergent technology, attendees have the opportunity to meet the rock stars of applied AI and gain inspiration from their achievements. This curated conference itinerary allows audiences to create a customised agenda, with presenters ranging from C-Suite executives propelling development to innovators demonstrating new ROI drivers.
Headline Event – The AI Summit
The headline event brings commercial AI to life at London Tech Week’s premier AI event. It takes place in the flourishing enterprise zone of East London. The AI Summit London brings together the most forward-thinking technologists; and business professionals to discuss the practical applications of AI.
Climate Tech Summit at London Tech Week
Academy award-winning director Oliver Stone is also set to speak at the summit, to discuss his latest documentary Nuclear Now. The documentary itself provides rare access to the nuclear industry in France, Russia, and the United States.
The iconic American director’s impressive CV includes films such as “Platoon”, “Natural Born Killers” and “Wall Street”. Nuclear New explores the possibility for the global community to overcome the challenges of climate change and energy poverty to reach a brighter future through the power of nuclear energy.
Also appearing onstage with Stone is Dr. Shannon Bragg-Sitton, Director, Integrated Energy & Storage Systems Division Idaho National Laboratory, USA. Also Nicholas Hawker, Co-founder & CEO of First Light Fusion; a fusion energy company that focuses on energy generation by inertial confinement research.
Impactful innovation and visions of the next tech frontiers continue to be at the vanguard of London Tech Week. And UK entrepreneurship, enterprise solutions, and inclusivity are in the lead. Check out the LTW trailer below:
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