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A peer-to-peer networking community that focuses on the rapidly
developing AI industry and how tech companies can respond.

Join the free community

Join AI South West for the latest insight into the changing world of AI and machine learning.

Whether you're a tech leaders, entrepreneur, educator, investor, student or tech hobbyist - if you've got an interest in how this technology is destined to impact our lives, this group is for you.

AI South West is free to join and includes online discussion, a Linkedin group as well as regular meetups held throughout the region. Increase your knowledge about topics such as how to use AI to improve productivity, what metrics can be used to measure its development and the ethical and legal considerations that must be considered as the technology progresses.

You don't have to be an AI expert to join. Whatever your level of knowledge, join the group to learn new things and get insight into the exciting world of AI.

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Dan Pritchard

"Artificial intelligence is one of the most important technologies of our time and therefore as the tech cluster for the region, we simply had to form a community around it.

Serving as a space for people to come together to learn about AI and share knowledge, we hope that it will prove a valuable addition to the projects we provide to the region. 

AI South West is a place where people can stay up to date with the latest trends in AI, and make connections with other people who are passionate about this important technology."

Dan Pritchard, Co-founder of Tech South West

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Insight-packed events

Join AI South West to attend bustling expert-led sessions across the region.

The community launched in May 2023 with a face-to-face event in Exeter hosted by programme partner King.

Events featurs influential speakers, roundtable discussions, Q&As, networking and - sometimes - beer and pizza.

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Ongoing discussions

Between face-to-face sessions, the group serves as an ongoing discussion forum with a busy LinkedIn group and online discussion groups.

Topics include security and ethics, technical deep dives and the impact of AI development on wider society.

Previous speakers include

Evie Dineva, Gymshark

Evie Dineva

Group Head of Data Engineering and Data Science at Gymshark

Anna Davey-Mitchell, University of Bristol

Anna Davey-Mitchell

Gender & Digital Societies Researcher (ethical commercialisation of Humanoid AI Robotics & Animation) at University of Bristol

Christopher Weavill, Hertzian

Christopher Weavill

Co-founder and CEO at Hertzian

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Iain Wallace

Director of Machine Learning and Tracking Research, Ultraleap

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Tom Meyer

Principal Engineer, Personio

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Wo King

CEO, Hi9

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Elle Neal

Generative AI Application Developer

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Liam McGee

Founder & Chief Scientis, Kaiasm

“AI has played a major role in the digitalization of society, as it has enabled us to collect, process, and analyse large amounts of data at a faster rate than ever before. This has led to the creation of new technologies, improved business processes, and greater efficiency in many industries.

Thanks to machine learning and deep learning, AI applications can learn from data and results in near real time, analysing new information from many sources and adapting accordingly, with a level of accuracy that's invaluable to business”.

Magda King, ISL Talent

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