World Summit AI receives Reed funding

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Artificial intelligence conference World Summit AI has received an investment from Reed Exhibitions Deutschland, providing the show with increased data and resources.

 

“Here at Reed Exhibitions we pride ourselves on maintaining our position with market leading products and our support in World Summit AI will fulfil this,” commented Hans-Joachim Erbel, CEO, Reed Exhibitions Deutschland GmbH. “Artificial Intelligence is a sector that will fundamentally change the way business, the economy and society operates and is an important element of our further growth strategy. We are looking forward to working with the team at Inspired Minds to further accelerate their leading position.”

 

World Summit AI is a private equity venture, co-founded by Inspired Minds CEO Sarah Coles-Porter and City.AI co-founders Mike Reiner and Christoph Auer Welsbach.

 

“We did not want to create another dull tech conference and have set out create a summit very much in tune with our community,” said Coles-Porter. “With world-class speakers and a more hands on practical and experiential vibe, we are providing our community with tangible outcomes of Applied AI that they can apply in their organisations.

 

“We are very excited by the access to worldwide data, resource and operations that this partnership with Reed provides us and our ecosystem with.”

 

World Summit AI takes place on 11-12 October 2017 at Gashouder Amsterdam.

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