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Topics And Tips For Presentations In 2024

Topic Focus for 2024: Our focus this year leans towards real-world applications and production deployments, new developments, and new industries and use cases for AI technology. Our audience is deeply technical, with researchers and engineers, founders, and technical leaders making up a large percentage of the audience.

Our aim is to foster an environment of rich knowledge exchange, showcasing real-world applications, groundbreaking research & development, and practical insights into the rapidly evolving field of AI. We are seeking speakers who are eager to share their expertise and experiences, offering our audience a deep dive into the latest innovations, strategies, and challenges in AI.

Whether you’re a seasoned speaker or looking to make your debut on a professional stage, we encourage you to submit your proposal. We value diversity in perspectives and backgrounds, and we’re particularly interested in presentations that provide actionable insights, demonstrate real-world applications, or unveil original research.

Before submitting your proposal, please consider the following tips to ensure your submission stands out and aligns with the goals of our conference. We look forward to your valuable contributions and to welcoming you to an event that promises to shape the future of AI.

New for 2024: To complement our established technical tracks, we’re excited to introduce a new Strategic track. This addition is designed to delve into broader aspects such as business impact and transformation, policy implications, ethical considerations, and beyond.

Key areas include:

  • Generative AI, Large Language Models, and foundational models (RAG, Function Calling, Co-pilots, Agents)
  • Robotics and Embodied / Physical World AI
  • Healthcare / Bio Related Foundation Models and Applications
  • MLops, AI Platforms, and Infrastructure
  • Open Source Projects
  • DataOps and Data Quality in AI Contexts
  • AI Applications and Enterprise Integration
  • AI Ethics, Alignment, and Risk Management, Security Research
  • Public Policy and AI Regulation
  • Practical Machine Learning and Deep Learning (e.g., recommendation systems, fraud detection, forecasting)
  • Research on the brink of real-world application
  • Development and implications of Artificial General Intelligence (AGI) and cutting-edge frontier models
  • AI Applications and Enterprise Integration
  • AI in Business and Society
  • Policy, Regulation, and Investment
  • Future Workforce and Sustainable Innovation

Proposal Writing Tips:

Feel free to use the long-form text fields of the application such as the Summary Abstract and Professional Bio fields to add detail your or application. 

These tips are tailored to emphasize real-world knowledge sharing, demonstrations, and tangible information over product pitches.

  1. Clear and Concise Title: Your title should be catchy yet descriptive. It should give a clear idea of what your talk will cover and entice the audience to want to learn more.

  2. Engaging Abstract: Write an abstract that is concise but comprehensive. It should clearly state the objective of your talk, the key points you will cover, and what the audience will learn or take away. The abstract should reflect the depth of your content while being accessible to a broad technical audience.

  3. Relevance and Originality: Ensure your topic is relevant to the conference themes. Highlight any unique perspectives or original research you will bring to the conference. Discuss how your talk will contribute to the current discourse in the AI field.

  4. Real-World Applications: Since the conference focuses on real-world knowledge, emphasize how your topic is applied in practical scenarios. Include case studies, examples, or anecdotes from your experience to illustrate the real-world impact of your work.

  5. Evidence of Expertise: Include links to your previous talks, publications, or any relevant work that showcases your expertise and speaking abilities. This helps the committee gauge your experience and knowledge in the field.

  6. Avoid Sales Pitches: Clearly state that your talk will be informative and educational rather than a pitch for a product or service. The focus should be on sharing knowledge and insights, not promoting a business.

  7. Interactive Elements: If your talk includes demonstrations, interactive sessions, or hands-on elements, mention this in your proposal. This can make your session more appealing and engaging for attendees.

  8. Outline Key Takeaways: Clearly articulate what attendees will learn from your session. List the key takeaways and how they can apply this knowledge in their own work or research.

  9. Target Audience: Specify who would benefit most from your talk (e.g., data scientists, policy makers, business leaders). Tailoring your content to your audience’s expertise level and interests is crucial.

  10. Video Submission: If possible, include a short video with your submission, giving a brief overview of what your talk will cover. This can provide a more personal touch and give the committee a sense of your presentation style.

  11. Feedback and Adaptability: Mention your willingness to receive and incorporate feedback to tailor your presentation to the conference’s themes and audience.

Remember, the key is to showcase your expertise and how your talk will add value to the conference. A well-crafted proposal that aligns with the conference’s themes and offers clear, tangible insights will have a greater chance of being accepted. We will respond to all applications.

By adhering to these guidelines, your proposal will stand out for its clarity, relevance, and authenticity, effectively engaging your intended audience.

The AI Conference 2024

The AI Conference 2024

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