The Best Marketing Artificial Intelligence Events of 2019
If you’re considering attending an AI event in 2019, congratulations! You understand the importance of AI and you’re looking to solidify how it will work in your business strategy this year. Regardless of whether you’re a novice or an expert, attending an event is an excellent way to grow your knowledge on this topic.
Below, we’ve compiled some of the world’s most promising artificial intelligence events of 2019. Safe travels!
Q1 Artificial Intelligence Events
Think (February 12-15 in San Francisco, CA): What used to be known as IBM World of Watson is now Think, a 3-day opportunity to network, learn, and gain hands-on experience with the latest technology.
SXSW (March 8-17 in Austin, TX): The iconic and always diverse SXSW features an Intelligent Future conference track this year that promises to “explore the impact of technologies such as artificial intelligence, deep machine learning,” and more. Notable sessions include, “Untold AI: Is Sci-Fi Telling Us the Right Stories?”
Adweek’s Elevate: AI (March 21 in New York, NY): Adweek’s Elevate series cover a range of topics, and the AI event is set up for beneficial networking, exciting talks, and strategy takeaways all in one day.
Q2 Artificial Intelligence Events
MarTech (April 3-5 in San Jose, CA): This conference focuses on the convergence of marketing, technology, and management, and the marketing track alone boasts a number of AI-related topics, such as, “The New Era of V-Commerce: What Marketers Need to Know about Alexa, Siri and the AI Revolution.”
Transform.AI (April 11-12 in Paris, France): This is year two of of Europe’s first AI conference designed just for C-level executives, and it promises engaging discussions with experts on AI’s implications for business. Because it’s invitation-only (you can apply online), it maintains an intimate and exclusive setting.
Bootstrap Labs Applied Artificial Intelligence Conference (April 18 in San Francisco, CA): This one-day event features speakers and panelists offering insight on a range of topics, including specialized discussion related to sectors like transportation, healthcare, energy, and logistics.
The AI Summit (Beginning in June 2019, various cities): In its fifth year, The AI Summit (with support from the likes of IBM Watson, Oracle, Google, Intel, and more) aims to show how AI is being implemented across a breadth of industries and business functions.
DigiMarCon Midwest (June 20-21 in Chicago, IL): The 2019 agenda hasn’t been released yet, but past years’ agendas featured AI topics and speakers from all over the digital marketing space, including Korcompetenz, Vuulr, Microsoft and Coca-Cola.
AIMCON (June 26 in Auckland, New Zealand): Geared towards sales and marketing teams, the one-day event will showcase applications and methodologies for real-world implementation.
Q3 Artificial Intelligence Events
MAICON (July 16-18 in Cleveland, OH): The Marketing Artificial Intelligence Conference is designed to help marketing leaders truly understand AI, educate their teams, garner executive support, pilot priority AI uses cases, and develop a near-term strategy for successfully scaling AI. The preliminary list of speakers includes Mitch Joel, the founder of Six Pixels Group; Mark Kirschner, the CMO of Albert; Karen Hao, an AI reporter with MIT Technology Review; and Allie Miller, the lead product manager of IBM Watson.
IntelliSys (September 5-6 in London, UK): This premier conference aims to bring researchers and industry practitioners together to share new ideas, research results and development experiences across a range of fields.
Artificial Intelligence Conference (September 9-12 in San Jose, CA): This event promises incredible depth and breadth into the most important AI developments for business. If you can’t attend in San Jose, O’Reilly is also hosting this event April 15-18 in New York, NY, June 18-21 in Beijing, China, and October 14-17 in London, England.
The AI Summit (September 25-26 in San Francisco, CA): With 4,000 attendees last year and speakers from organizations including Netflix, IBM, Facebook, Microsoft, Uber, NASA, Oracle, and Google, 2019’s event promises a similar lineup and a deep-dive into the practical implications of AI for enterprises.
Q4 Artificial Intelligence Events
World AI Summit (October 9-10 in Gashouder, Amsterdam): WSAI bills itself as the largest AI summit in the world—after all, they did attract more than 6,000 attendees last year. Their mission is to tackle the most important AI issues and set the global AI agenda, and you can already begin purchasing tickets.
Yext ONWARD (October 29-30, New York, NY): Last year’s ONWARD event featured over 100 speakers and 28 breakout sessions focused on exploring AI concepts and gaining actionable tips for using AI as a competitive advantage. We expect more of the same exciting content from ONWARD19.
AI World Conference and Expo (October 23-25 in Boston, MA): This conference provides dedicated networking opportunities with executives, investors, media, and experts in AI along with an impressive range of AI-specific session topics. You can join the mailing list online to be the first to know about event updates.
Get Started on 2019 Event Registration
Attend the Marketing AI Conference (MAICON), the event designed to help marketing leaders truly understand AI, educate their teams, garner executive support, pilot priority AI uses cases, and develop a near-term strategy for successfully scaling AI.