London’s reputation as the AI capital of Europe has helped it to
clinch the bid to host Chatbot Summit from October 11-12, 2023. The
event is expected to draw 2,000 delegates and 50 exhibitors.
England’s capital city is home to 1,300 artificial intelligence (AI)
companies and is considered the world’s most AI-driven city, ahead of
New York, Singapore and Tokyo.
The Summit will take place at ExCeL London, marking its first
in-person conference since the pandemic. The summit is also relocating
from Berlin. The event was founded in 2016.
"We're thrilled to be partnering with VisitBritian, London &
Partners and ExCeL to bring Chatbot Summit to the UK capital,” said Yoav
Barel, CEO and founder of Chatbot Summit. “London’s unique positioning
as a home for some of the world’s leading brands, top academic
institutions, and a vibrant start-up ecosystem makes it an ideal
location for the summit.
“This move provides us with an exciting opportunity to further our
mission to accelerate conversational AI by bringing together the best
and brightest in the field and providing a platform for collaboration
Jane Hague, head of business development for conference and events at
ExCeL, said: “As well as London being the world’s most AI-driven city,
it is also ranked the highest for AI-education, so we hope this event
will act as a legacy for the city’s next generation, in particular our
neighbour and start-up partner, the University of East London.”