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Recent years have witnessed the evolution of AI techniques and their applications across nearly every sector. It becomes essential to grasp the best utilisation of the technology for personal and universal betterment.
As a result, AI is expected to boost India’s annual growth rate by 1.3% by 2035—potentially adding US$957 billion to India’s economy in the same year. Hence, the government and the industry have emphasised promoting AI innovation and adoption in a global market. AI events are the right places to extend this same vision.
With the pandemic effects receding, in-person conferences are kicking off again (with most providing virtual access as well) for AI enthusiasts and industry leaders to come together in one place and exchange ideas and thoughts.
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Let us look at some of the top AI conferences in India that one must not miss in 2023. The list is in chronological order.
January 19–20, 2023 | Bengaluru
Scheduled on January 19 and 20, the fifth edition of the Machine Learning Developers Summit (MLDS) is set to bring together some of India’s leading experts in the machine learning domain.
MLDS is a one of its kind conference that binds the technical and business aspects of machine learning together. The event will have learning and networking sessions that would benefit both developers and C-suite executives to understand the technology’s impact.
January 19–20, 2023 | Bengaluru
The two-day World Machine learning Summit 2023 will focus on technical and practical verticals, including use cases around real-time analytics, AI regulations, NLP, ML, and deep learning.
The conference gathers young and innovative minds, practitioners, and experts to motivate and give the delegates new ways to work and achieve through data.
February 02–04, 2023 | Coimbatore
AI techniques like deep learning, ML, pattern recognition, NLP and computer vision have evolved over recent years. Concurrently, the application in emerging smart cities and industrial automation have also skyrocketed.
The main objective of ICAIS 2023 is to propose, share and exchange innovative solutions in the field of AI to enhance the efficiency, stability, robustness, and security of smart energy systems.
February 16–18, 2023 | New Delhi
Established in 1975, IETF has transformed into a platform driving India and the Indian engineering industry towards newer avenues.
The AI India Show at IETF 2023 will feature top-level content, discuss AI strategies, explore technology advancements, and introduce the latest innovations in the AI sector—driving forward business and beyond.
March 16–17 | Bengaluru
Analytics India Magazine’s ‘The Rising’ is the biggest meeting of women leaders in data science. The conference aims to empower women and assist them in developing leadership abilities through a series of speeches and informal discussions.
Moreover, it provides a wide range of opportunities for exhibitors and sponsors to reach out and support tech-savvy women and positively impact them in India as well as globally.
April 25–28 | Bengaluru
GIDS is an independent polyglot conference series for software practitioners in the Asia-Pacific region. The sixteenth cohort of the GIDS 2023 includes a mix of tech talks and experiences featuring some of the most influential figures in software engineering and architecture.
Additionally, it offers ample opportunities to learn about companies at the forefront of creating new projects, tools, services, platforms, languages, software, and standards.
April 27–28th | Bengaluru
Collecting, provisioning and maintaining the quality of data insights are integral in data engineering. Therefore, a scalable data structure is needed to set up processes that pool data from several sources, check the quality, and eliminate corrupt data.
The upcoming edition of DES will focus discussions on how organisations can produce data frameworks and solutions in businesses.
June 24 | Bengaluru
An invite-only conference by Analytics India Magazine, MachineCon honours the 50 most influential AI and data science leaders in India. The third iteration of MachineCon explores ground-breaking AI innovations and identifies the challenges and successes in adopting AI/ML.
Some of the previously esteemed speakers were Rohit Pandharkar, Head of Data Science at Mahindra Group, Himanshu Goyal, India Business Leader – The Weather Company, an IBM Business, and Shailendra Kumar, VP and Chief Evangelist (Analytics & Leonardo) – APJ&GC at SAP.