Takeaways from the AI Summit London: Innovation, Responsible AI, and Skills Shortages

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By David Lobina | 2Q 2022 | IN-6592


The Show Is Back and Everyone Is Here, Even in Hologram Form


The crowds were back at London Tech Week, a week-long international event that took place in the United Kingdom last week, and which boasted 8 anchor events, more than 300 speakers, including well-known politicians like Hillary Clinton and the current Ukrainian president, Volodymyr Zelensky (the latter in the form of a 3D hologram), and more than 20,000 visitors. The main events took place around Westminster, the heart of central London, and tucked away in the now fashionable East London was the AI Summit London. Attended by many of the main players in the market, from Intel and IBM to Fujitsu and AMD Xilinx (NVIDIA was surprisingly absent), as well as by government agencies and a wide array of startups, many of these focused on data manipulation (e.g., Labelbox and Domino Data Lab) and natural language understanding (e.g., Deepgram and Kore.ai). The event showcased what is most exciting about AI—the investment, the innovation, the possibilities!—and what is not in such good health—the shortage of data scientists, the sometimes narrow view …

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