June 28, 2023

AI World Congress 2023

We are fresh off an inspiring two days at the AI World Congress 2023, where we joined a diverse and informed group of AI industry experts, enthusiasts, and practitioners. Each session offered a unique insight into how Artificial Intelligence is shaping our world, and in this post, we share the event's highlights and our team's takeaways.

One of the most anticipated sessions was led by Steve Eyre from Geminos, who made a compelling case for Causal Digital Twins in the AI landscape. Eyre's presentation opened a riveting discussion on how the causal digital twin technology can improve prediction and decision-making processes across various sectors. The concept of developing accurate, real-world digital representations to predict outcomes in a controlled digital environment clearly resonated with the attendees, suggesting this will be an important trend to watch.

Day 1

Day 1 started with a captivating keynote on how AI is reshaping the e-commerce landscape, diving into anti-fraud measures, synthetic data uses, and privacy algorithms. It was impressive to see the range of applications of AI in this space, from improving customer experiences to tackling the ongoing battle against fraud.

AI's contribution to the healthcare industry was another highlight of the day. The power of behavioural intelligence in predicting and managing health-related issues presented an innovative approach to enhancing patient care. This theme continued into Day 2, with an intriguing session on 5G's role in digital healthcare and AI's role in COVID-19 management and control.

Amid a vibrant networking environment, AI's role in cybersecurity, emerging AI market trends, and the exploration of definitions around AI were also robustly debated. A panel session on the emerging challenges and opportunities in the AI industry provided varied perspectives, affirming the need for continuous dialogue and collaboration in navigating the future of AI.

Day 2

Day 2 kicked off with a profound discourse on the impact of generative AI on code generation and developer assistance. Notably, the session on using ChatGPT for service and support demonstrated the practicality and scalability of AI-powered tools in providing efficient and high-quality customer service.

The Congress also delved into the future of AI, with sessions exploring AI governance, AI's potential role in augmenting accessibility, and AI agents' role in automation. Aligned AI's session on large language models being a path to artificial general intelligence was an insightful discussion on the prospects of achieving AGI.

Steve Eyre's presentation was particularly noteworthy for us, as it affirmed the direction and potential of our work in the AI space. He expertly articulated how Causal Digital Twins can optimise processes across industries, reinforcing the value of data-driven decision-making tools.

The Congress also presented an opportunity to learn from our peers and industry leaders from ORDNANCE SURVEY, Fujitsu UK, Holland & Barrett, Mindgard, Taksering Norge AS, smartR AI, University of Winchester, Gathers, Satalia, ENTERPRISE NATION, Omdia, Fifth Logic, AutoStore, Manchester Metropolitan University, University of Derby, Aligned AI, and The Bigger Pie.

Reflecting on our time at the AI World Congress 2023, we feel invigorated and inspired by the innovative ways AI is set to transform our future. The experience reinforced our belief in the importance of collaboration and the exchange of ideas to drive the AI industry forward. We're excited to apply the insights gained to our work and look forward to future events.

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