Call for Speakers for Graph + AI Summit Fall 2021 is Open through September 17, Midnight US Pacific Time.
The Graph + AI Summit is focused on accelerating analytics, AI, and machine learning with graph algorithms and will return as a hybrid conference on October 5th in San Francisco and October 19th in New York. Both days for the Graph + AI Summit Fall 2021 will be streamed live to all virtual attendees worldwide. The in-person attendance is by invitation and you can submit a nomination to attend the in-person conference. (coming soon)
This latest event comes after Graph + AI Summit Spring 2021, which attracted more than 6,400 attendees from 74 countries. Data scientists, data engineers, architects, and business and IT executives from over 182 of the Fortune 500 companies participated in the last event. Speakers from JPMorgan Chase, New Day, Intuit, Amazon, Exact Sciences, Jaguar Land Rover, Pinterest, Stanford University, Forrester Research, Accenture, Capgemini, KPMG, Intel, Dell, and Xilinx, along with many innovative startups, shared how their organizations benefited from graph. The Graph + AI Fall 2021 roster will feature many of these thought leaders along with new speakers from the world’s most innovative companies across all industries.
We are looking for knowledgeable and passionate speakers to share their thought leadership in this growing field. Whether you are a data scientist, engineer, architect or an IT or business stakeholder, we encourage you to consider sharing your insights at the conference.
Have you worked on combining AI or ML with graph algorithms for analyzing customer data? To predict health outcomes? To find fraudsters or cybersecurity threats? To recommend the most suitable products or services? To optimize supply chain and route planning? To balance the energy grid? Have you built a cool prototype to combine NLP, chatbot or other AI capabilities with a graph database? Have you connected a visualization tool with a graph platform? Then we want to hear from you!
If selected, you will join the virtual stage with fellow graph practitioners and present to an estimated audience of 10,000 at Graph + AI Fall 2021.
Your submission may include one or more of the the following topics: