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Top 10 Upcoming AI & Machine Learning Events

Whether you're a hands-on data scientist, analytics expert, or an executive looking to invest in the latest technologies, there are lots of great events coming up that will help expand your knowledge of AI and machine learning.


  1. Tech Crunch Sessions: Robotics + AI 2020
    When: March 3, 2020
    Where: Berkley, CA
    Tech Crunch Sessions: Robotics + AI is a one day event comprised of panels and breakout sessions helmed by AI experts. To maximize networking opportunities, be sure to download the CruchMatch networking app before you go.

  2. Intelligent Automation Exchange
    When: March 3-4, 2020
    Where: Fort Lauderdale, USA
    Aimed exclusively at executives and high-level decision makers, Intelligence Automation Exchange features speakers from major tech players like eBay, Reddit, and Citi Bank. Attendees can build a customized agenda, complete with one-on-one meeting opportunities, thinktank sessions, and networking events geared at qualified executives.

  3. O'Reilly Strata Data & AI Conference
    When: March 15–18, 2020
    Where: San Jose, CA
    The O’Reilly Strata Data & AI Conference is a three day event that melds hands-on, interactive technology sessions with executive-level strategy seminars. Topics like machine learning, coding, and building a data infrastructure will all be covered.

  4. Gartner Data & Analytics Summit
    When: March 23- 26, 2020
    Where: Grapevine, TX

    With ten different tracks to choose from, Gartner Data & Analytics Summit has something for everyone, whether you’re a technical expert or a newcomer to the field. Tracks focus on hot topics like data privacy, emerging technologies, and how to extract value from AI and data analytics investments.

  5. Data Council
    When: April 7-8, 2020
    Where: San Francisco, CA

    Data Council is a grass roots event aimed at researchers, software engineers, data scientists, and executives with a technical background. Hear from experts at Facebook, Netflix, Salesforce, Lyft and more during this two-day, six-track event.

  6. Open Data Science Conference East 2020
    When: April 13-17, 2020
    Where: Boston, MA

    One of the largest data science conferences in the world, the ODSC East 2020 features speakers from Google, MIT, Goldman Sachs, and other major technology players. Topics include data wrangling, predictive analytics, machine learning, data visualization, deep learning, and more.

  7. Southern Data Science Conference
    When: April 16-17, 2020
    Where: Atlanta, GA

    Southern Data Science Conference is a single-track, research and development-focused event comprised of speeches, roundtable discussions, and networking opportunities aimed at data science enthusiasts of all stripes. The main conference lasts two days, but if you feel like sticking around, there’s a third day of workshops planned for those who want to sharpen their skills.

  8. IEEE Infrastructure Conference
    When: April 29-30, 2020
    Where: San Francisco, CA

    The two-day IEEE Infrastructure Conference concentrates on how AI can support and improve infrastructure systems. Experts from Twitter, AirBnB, Hewlett Packard Labs, and more will lead sessions covering AI-related topics like scalability and reliability, cybersecurity, implementation challenges, and the future of AI and infrastructure.

  9. The Data Science Conference
    When: May 14-15, 2020
    Where: Chicago, IL

    The Data Science Conference is designed to be a sales pitch-free event that digs deep into data science application, while facilitating networking between data scientists. To that end, photography and recording are prohibited during all sessions, allowing experts to speak freely about the real challenges facing data science experts today.

  10. Machine Learning Week
    When: May 31- June 4, 2020
    Where: Las Vegas, NV
    Machine Learning Week is a five-day, eight track event that spotlights the business opportunities and challenges that machine learning can create. Featuring speakers from Google, Lyft, Microsoft, Siemens, and GM, attendees can choose from a variety of panels, speeches, breakout sessions, networking events, and workshops that touch on machine learning uses across several different industries.