1500 attendees, 500+ speakers, 350 partners and sponsors, 1 amazing venue. CogX, the Festival of AI and Emerging Technology, returns this year from the 10th to the 12th of June, kicking off this year’s edition of London Tech Week. Now in its third year CogX is moving to a new venue, King’s Cross, London. The area also known as the Knowledge Quarter is a suitable fit for the ever-expanding event.
Last year The Data Lab went down to check it out and struck up an immense amount of positive and productive relationships so we’re going back – and this time we want to bring you!
We have been granted a limited number of tickets for the Expo and Networking Pass – entirely complimentary! Claim your ticket now. Be sure to tweet and let us you know you will be joining us in London.
Along with this we have a very small amount of Full Conference and Expo Pass tickets allowing attendees to get into all the speaking sessions along with the expo. If you are interested in this ticket, please get in touch and depending on availability we will issue you with a unique code.
What to Expect?
Over four main stages and nine industry-specific zones that showcase ground-breaking technology, the festival will bring to life 200,000 square feet of public space and deliver 400 hours of content. Sessions for the public will also be included and highlights will be streamed to millions of viewers globally across YouTube and to 100s of media outlets.
An incredible and ever-expanding speaker line-up already includes:
Irina Kofman, COO, Google AI
Julia Hawkins, Partner, Local Globe
Omar Abbosh, Group Chief Executive, Communications, Media, Technology, Accenture
Antoine Blondeau, Founder Partner of Alpha Intelligence Capital, and Founder Chairman Sentient Technologies
Azeem Azhar, Exponential View
Paul Clarke, Chief Technology Officer, Ocado
Martha Lane Fox, Founder and Chair, doteveryone, co-founder lastminute.com
CogX 2019 will explore a huge range of topics from the rise of Digital Beings, affective computing and how other emerging technologies such as DNA gene editing, autonomous transportation, blockchain, IoT, VR and AR are reshaping the way we move, learn and work. The Festival will feature dedicated Science, Ethics, Culture, Government, Economy, Finance and Future of Work Zones, and a Health Zone will also explore the ways in which technology is extending and improving lives.
There will also be a dedicated Research Zone where academics from the Alan Turing Institute and many other universities from across the UK and the globe will present their latest research, which will also be live streamed.
CogX Annual Awards
The winners of the 3rd CogX 2019 Annual Awards will be revealed on Monday 10 June, recognising the most innovative 50 products and technology across all key industries and technological domains, with special prizes for Impact and delivery of the Global Goals. This is a great way for your company to be recognized on an international platform. Our very own CEO, Gillian Docherty will be part of the judging panel at these awards.
Interested in being involved? Follow the instructions above or get in touch if you need more information.