Fintech Storm is hosting a landmark Fintech Conference-‘Bengaluru Fintech Summit’ on 30th and 31st May 2019 in Bengaluru. The 2 day summit will bring together 200 CEOs, decision makers and innovators from Banking, Financial Services, Fintech ecosystem, startups and investor community, and the policy makers from Govt. of India.
This summit brings together preeminent thought leaders from India and around the world for days of non-stop and thought-provoking keynotes and panel discussions. This a nice opportunity for Fintech enthusiasts from around the world to meet and network with Market leaders, Government, regulators, startup ecosystem, influencers and institutional investors.
Every year, SEEP member organizations contribute to the SEEP Annual Conference agenda, creating a highly unique and valuable learning experience. The Conference is designed with the support of an entirely member-led Advisory Committee to build on the existing base of knowledge in the sector. Through member-hosted Peer Learning Sessions, SEEP members provide thought leadership on critical issues relevant to the Conference theme and technical tracks. We are introducing the Innovation Challenge where members will pitch new approaches and strategies in lively poster sessions. Click below to access the Request for Proposals and Abstracts, Presenter Policies and Key Dates and Deadlines. Members have until May 31 to submit their proposals. We look forward to reading your submissions!
The EBAN Annual Congress is one of Europe’s largest and most international business angel events held annually by EBAN in cooperation with its best members. After 19 successful editions of the event, the last of which took place in Malaga in 2017 and Sofia in 2018, this year’s edition of the event is coming to Helsinki, Finland on 3-4 June 2019 at Kaapelitehdas (Cable Factory) and will be organized by the Finnish Business Angels Network in collaboration with Arctic15.
The EBAN Helsinki 2019 will be a pool of new ideas and trends, bringing together the world’s most eminent business angels, entrepreneurs and opinion makers, and enabling networking and deal making with experts in the field.
Come and experience the exotic nightless nights in Finland!
Come join us at our flagship event where global brand and sustainability leaders unite to shape the future of commerce worldwide.
The market is hungry for meaningful purpose-led brands. At SB’19 Detroit, we’ll help you authentically leverage science, technology, storytelling and unlikely partnerships to win in the marketplace and Deliver the Good Life in a changing world. Collaborate, co-create and enable successful systems innovation with our diverse community of brand and sustainability leaders and the ecosystem of enablers supporting them.
You come to hear what will drive the industry before it hits the industry. We facilitate three days of networking-rich opportunities and bring together the most brilliant minds to deliver the next frontier of Financial Services.
You’re not here to learn what has happened in the past; you’re here to be part of what happens next.
You’ll leave Amsterdam with a plan: a roadmap to get your company from business-as-usual to the cutting edge. Our show gives you access to transformative new ideas and emerging technologies that will provide the inspiration for your next innovation.
Forget the awkward approach: at Money20/20 the ice comes pre-broken. You’ll walk onto a level playing field where everyone from the most game-changing startup to the biggest multinational comes for the same three things: to learn, to network and to get business done.
The Social Innovation Summit is an annual event that represents a global convening of black swans and wayward thinkers. Where most bring together luminaries to explore the next big idea, we bring together those hungry not just to talk about the next big thing, but to build it.
The Social Innovation Summit 2019 will be held on June 4-5 in Los Angeles. We look forward to bringing together top executives and thought leaders from around the globe to discuss opportunities for leveraging technology & innovation to affect social change. Attendees will discuss philanthropic trends, analyze innovative approaches for problem solving and build lasting partnerships that enable them and their organizations to discover new methods of engaging with social challenges.
After the success of the inaugural edition of the FinteQC’18 conference, you are invited to submit your research for presentation at the 2nd Annual Conference on Fintech and Banking Transformation FinteQC’19, that will take place on June 5-6, 2019 in Lévis, Québec, Canada. Jointly organized by UQAR and Desjardins Lab, the conference offers an intensive two-day program including panels, workshops and keynote speakers. The event provides participants with opportunities to exchange ideas, present original research, and get valuable feedback on research-in-progress projects. Experts, faculty and doctoral students from Quebec, Canada and around the world will have the opportunity to network with peers, present and share their ideas.
Our workshop “AI for Social Good” will focus on applying artificial intelligence to solve problems important for society. The focus is on machine learning for the following areas: education, protecting democracy, urban planning, assistive technology for people with disabilities, health, agriculture, environmental sustainability, social welfare and justice and, sustainable development We believe that these fields are those where AI can have its strongest impact on society by reducing human suffering and improving democratic institutions. This workshop builds on our AI for Social Good workshop at NeurIPS 2018.
If managed correctly, the rapidly expanding field of AI has the potential to improve many aspects of our lives. However, two main problems arise when attempting to tackle social issues. First, there is often little incentive for researchers to tackle social problems as there are few conferences and journals that explicitly deal with such issues. Second, it is also difficult for researchers seeking to have a social impact to find problems to address. The convening of this workshop addresses these problems by networking impactful researchers and providing a venue for presentation.
This workshop brings together machine learning researchers, social impact leaders, stakeholders, government and policy leaders, and philanthropists to present and discuss ideas and applications linked to social issues, similarly to the AI Commonsproject. We are partnering with AI Commons so that accepted proposals are invited to submit their work there. Moreover, the workshop inspires the creation of new tools by the community to tackle critical problems. We also wish to promote the sharing of information and datasets that might prove relevant to researchers who share our goals.
We invite contributions relating to at least one of the previously mentioned domains. The models or approaches presented do not necessarily need to be of outstanding theoretical novelty, but should demonstrate potential for a strong social impact. We especially encourage work where machine learning and in particular representation learning could meaningfully amplify existing efforts for social good.