Skip to main navigationSkip to main content
The University of Southampton
Turing @ Southampton

AI UK 2024: the Turing’s national showcase returns for fourth year

Published: 1 August 2023

The two-day event will offer inspiring content at the cutting-edge of data science and AI.

AI UK, The Alan Turing Institute’s national showcase of data science and artificial intelligence (AI), will take place for a fourth year on 19 - 20 March 2024.

Building on the success of this year’s event, the showcase will return to the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in Westminster for two days of thought-provoking debates, innovative demonstrations, and hands-on workshops.

Across 50 sessions, world-leading speakers from academia, industry and the public sector will explore the latest innovations in data science and AI. This will include topics such as foundational AI, digital twins, AI ethics, and regulation.

The event will also offer the opportunity for delegates to engage with people from across the AI ecosystem through dedicated networking sessions and community-building opportunities.

Chief Scientist of The Alan Turing Institute, Professor Mark Girolami, said: “We’re thrilled to announce the return of our annual showcase. Next year’s event will offer even more innovative content from world-leading experts showing how data science and AI can help solve real-world challenges - from health to the environment.

“The Turing is uniquely placed to bring together people from all parts of the AI ecosystem and AI UK plays a crucial role in this. By convening people in academia, policy and industry at AI UK we hope to encourage knowledge sharing and community building across these different disciplines.”

This showcase will play an important role in achieving the goals of The Alan Turing Institute new strategy to drive an informed public conversation and provide balanced views on data science and AI.

Register your interest for AI UK 2024 to be notified when tickets go on sale. Due to high demand for this year’s event, tickets are expected to sell out quickly.

To see highlights from AI UK 2023, visit The Alan Turing Institute’s AI UK YouTube channel.

Privacy Settings