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The AI & Big Data Expo is back for 2019 – Bigger and Better Than Ever

The AI & Big Data Expo is back for 2019 – Bigger and Better Than Ever.

The AI & Big Data Expo, the leading global for business event, has announced dates for the 2019 World Series.

Offering Global, Europe and North America events, the series is expected to attract over 36,000 delegates during 2019. With the shows growing in popularity, and with more insights into AI & Big Data, they will now take place in much larger venues than before.  The event showcases two days of top-level content from leading brands, embracing and developing cutting edge AI & Big Data technologies.

Confirmed speakers include, SAP, Mumsnet, Royal Mail, BT, Legal & General and many more.

Delegates are also invited to an extensive free-to-attend exhibition hall, where over 300 companies will be exhibiting the most disruptive technologies across AI & Big Data, Blockchain, and IoT.

The World Series kicks off with the popular AI & Big Data Global event, taking place at London Olympia on April 25-26 2019.

With Dutch companies being ahead in Europe for AI, according to a report commissioned by Microsoft and conducted by EY, AI & Big Data Europe will be arriving at RAI Amsterdam on June 27-28 2019.

The line-up reflects the growth in AI with it arguably being one of the most revolutionary technology the world has ever seen. As well as Big Data, which was a vast topic in 2018 with GDPR and data breaches continuing.

The importance of AI & Big Data within years to come is highlighted by David Scgubmehel, research director for cognitive/artificial intelligence systems at IDC:

“Vendors looking to take advantage of AI, deep learning and machine learning need to move quickly to gain a foothold in this emergent market. We are already seeing that organizations using these technologies to drive innovation are benefitting in terms of revenue, profit, and overall leadership in their respective industries and segments.”

Topic covered within the 2019 World Series will be AI driving digital transformation, AI in banking and financial services, predictive analytics, edge processing, and many more.

The 2019 World Series concludes with pinnacle AI & Big Data North America event, taking place in Silicon Valley, CA, on November 13-14 2019. The 2018 event brought together over 10,500 delegates across the co-located AI & Big Data Expo, IoT Tech Expo and Blockchain Expo, to hear from speakers including Nasdaq, Bank of America, Red Bull Media House, Starbucks and IBM.

Find out more about the 2019 AI & Big Data Expo World Series at

The Data Incubator users and members can also obtain an exclusive 20% off of any ticket type for any of the expos using discount code: DATAINCUBATOR20

For further information contact:


AI & Big Data Expo

Sophie Weaver

Marketing Manager

/ +44 (0)117 980 9023



AI & Big Data is set to take place in London, Amsterdam and Santa Clara in 2019. Each event will bring together in excess of 10,000 attendees and 300+ speakers for two days of world-class content delivered from leading brands embracing and developing cutting-edge AI & Big Data technologies.


Conference Spotlight: 4th Annual Data Innovation Summit

March 14th & 15th, 2019

Stockholm, Sweden

The fourth edition of the annual Data Innovation Summit will focus on practical case studies on Applied Innovation, Analytics and Visualisation, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Data Management, Data engineering, IoT insight and technology. With over 100 Nordic and international speakers on six stages, six workshop stages and plenty of learning and networking activities in the exhibition area, the 2019 edition is the place to be for all professionals and organizations working with utilization of data for increasing profit, reinventing business models, develop data-driven products, and increasing customer satisfaction.

To accommodate the 2000+ delegates expected on this edition and still provide a great experience, Data Innovation Summit is utilizing the full capacity of the venue. We have also built a completely new room and expo setup that not only provides a natural movement flow between stages, but also accommodates the ambition of the conference to cover the entire spectrum of data innovation organisational and topic complexity. The agenda is spread across two days, with a total of 6 stages plus plenum room, 6 new workshop rooms, new “Data after Dark” networking feature on the first day and “Data Safari” satellite educational events after the official program ends.

Don’t miss the opportunity to hear practical case studies from Google, Apple, Reddit, Airbnb, Uber, GitHub, Deutsche Telekom, iZettle, Metso, Ericsson, Expedia, The Telegraph, Equinor, ING, Kemin Industries, Daimler AG, Nordea, Continental AG, William Demant, Klarna, If Insurance and many more other companies.

More than 86 presentations, 60 workshops, and 20 panels will take place during the event. As last year, the event is a hybrid with on-stage and on-line live program streamed directly on our social media channels.

Book your ticket now at and save $10 with code MPDIS1910.

What’s New in 2019?

Six Stages

  • This edition will focus on data-first and AI-ready practical technical and business case studies. The program has 6 stages: Analytics, Applied Innovation, Machine Learning & Deep Learning, IOT innovation, Data Management and Data Engineering stage. All presentation are still 18 minutes with 10 minutes changing time between sessions. This will give the speakers an opportunity to directly dive into the topic and focus on the key learning points and for the delegates enough time to move from one stage to another. All presentations are held in English.

Six Workshop Rooms

  • To provide a deeper insight into specific topics, on request by our delegates, we are building six workshop rooms, each dedicated to a unique domain area: data-driven strategy, analytics & visualisation, machine learning, IOT analytics & Data Management, Data Management and Data Engineering. The Crash-Courses are 100 minutes each and limited to a maximum of 40 participants. The places are on first-come first served basis and require pre-booking. Only participants with [all:in] tickets will have the opportunity to attend this crash-courses.

Data Octagon – Live Streaming

  • Live streamed program providing insight into current data practices, trends, challenges and opportunities, as well as overview of the latest technological breakthroughs, and glimpse into future of data management, analytics and automation. The program consists of 45-minute panels and Tech News, and will be streamed online on Hyperight youtube and twitter channel.

Stockholm Data Safari

  • After the end of the official event program on the second day, you can explore Stockholm by attending seminars, workshops and mingles across organised by a range of organisations in different locations across the city. The seminars are on different topics and limited. Pre-registration is required.

More Networking

  • Over and over again delegates are asking for more networking time. On this edition we are introducing new features that will increase the opportunity for you to meet and network with the delegates. We will start the conference with a 30 minute speed networking session and time to explore the venue set up. You will also have the opportunity to meet the exhibitors, find a coffee buddy, enjoy a night out with your peers and new contacts, and have a coffee with the them the day after.

    Event app and meeting area
    To enable more insightful knowledge sharing between peers and provide bigger event experience, delegates this year will have the opportunity to schedule meetings and share contacts via the official event application.


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