CogX will bring together the brightest minds in the world to provide clarity and tangible insights on the fast-evolving world of emerging technologies.
Headline speaker line-up includes: international Government Secretaries of State, Ministers and business leaders from HSBC, Accenture, IBM, Alibaba, Google, Unilever, QuantumBlack and more.
This year’s conference will be the world’s largest festival for AI and emerging technology, bringing together full tech ecosystems across industry, Government and society.
Festival stages include Finance and the Economy, the Future of Work and Education, Healthcare, Web3.0 and new tech markets, Cutting-edge tech development, Alan Turing Research, Ethics and more.
This year, Mayor of London Sadiq Khan will join a stellar global line-up of speakers from across business, government, academia and culture at the festival. Speakers include;
- Leena Nair, Chief HR Officer at Unilever
- Kay Firth-Butterfield, Head of AI & Machine Learning at the Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, World Economic Forum
- Matthew Gould, CEO of NHSX
- Manuela Veloso, Head of AI at JP Morgan
- Richard Curtis with his UN Sustainable Goals initiative
- Alison Rose, CEO Commercial and Private Banking, Royal Bank of Scotland
- Paul Clarke, CTO Ocado Innovation Ltd
- Stuart Russell, Prof. Computer Science UC Berkeley
- Xu Li, CEO Sensetime
- Anne Boden, CEO Starling Bank
- Astro Teller, Captain of Moonshots, X
- Jane Wang, Senior Research Scientist, Deepmind
- Rumman Chowdhury, Global Lead for Responsible AI, Accenture Applied Intelligence
- Bill Janeway, Economist and Author Warburg Pincus LLP
- Andy Puddicombe, Co-founder Headspace
- Jean-François Gagné, CEO and Co-Founder, Element AI
- Jeremy Wright MP, Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
- Marie Lou Jepsen, CEO and Founder Openwater
- Azeem Azhar, Exponential View
- Mariana Mazzucato, Prof. Economics of Innovation and Public Value UCL
- Mark Sagar, CEO Soul Machines
- Jeffrey Sachs, Director of the Center for Sustainable Development at Columbia University, Director of the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network, a commissioner of the UN Broadband Commission for Development, Former Director of the Earth Institute, Columbia University.
CogX will convene 500 speakers, 300 of the most innovative start-ups, and over 15,000 participants from business, investment, government, industry and academia. The festival is being held in King’s Cross, with events taking place at a range of innovative, specially-designed stage venues around Granary Square and the new Coal Drops Yard.
The festival’s 10 stages will focus on the defining trends of AI and emerging technologies, the key business and societal opportunities and the challenges facing the deployment of new technology. Additionally, the festival will address the unresolved ethical conflicts around machine autonomy and AI.
Monday 10th – Wednesday 12th June, Granary Square, Kings Cross
A full range of discounted conference and expo passes still available:
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