Semeon Analytics will be hosting an event to bring together university students and young professionals across Montreal, to discuss the impact of Artificial Intelligence in the new world market, while also rolling out its own AI product, Digi Seer. The main focus of the event is to provide value to students interested in the field and to close the gap between working professionals in AI and the community. We have gathered the top AI experts to share their knowledge, experience and outline their vision of what the AI future is going to look like. The event is presented via a panel discussion format, to allow freedom of topics, and an opportunity for active audience involvement.
Festival will be part conference with key notes speeches given by tech leaders as well as part conversations exchange to connect and share ideas.
Organizers said that diversity is Canada’s strengths and will give out free complimentary tickets to those in need: “With all the walls being built around the world, Canada is open. Our inclusivity is what makes us unique. Any applicants holding a passport from Libya, Sudan, Syria, Yemen, Iran and Somalia are guaranteed complimentary tickets. You are welcome here.”
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This coming January, the team behind Montreal Startupfest is launching ResolveTO in Toronto. An event held in Canada’s largest city, combining Startupfest’s unique vibe with the latest enterprise thinking. The event will bring together the best of young startups and large organizations, for a look at innovation, disruption and emerging markets. Next year, let’s resolve to transform ourselves, and business as we know it, in the face of radical, constant change on a global stage.
With ResolveTO’s focus on startup growth, acquisition, and business development, we’ll look at how early-stage companies can dance with incumbents and giants. We’ll look at scaling, acquisition, and enterprise partnerships. We’ll contrast the slow, deliberate growth of predictable business models with the reckless, often unregulated scaling of new ones.