Speak at Generative AI World
Call for Speakers: Generative AI World
Live in Phoenix, AZ, June 6-7, 2024
For its inaugural edition Generative AI World is live at the Sheraton Phoenix Downtown, Phoenix, AZ, on June 4-7, 2024 (conference speaking dates June 6-7).
Submission deadline is January 31, 2024. Accepted speakers will be notified by February 16, 2024.
Complimentary registration: All speakers/panelists get free access
to the main two-day conference program of both Generative AI World and the co-located Machine Learning Week.
If you would like to propose a talk on genAI’s proven enterprise value, deployed use cases, or concrete metrics that demonstrate value, please go ahead and do so on the submission form (button at the bottom of this page), after reading the following instructions.
Maximize Your Chances of Being Accepted by Following these Recommendations:
All speakers:Please read this call for speakers in its entirety before proceeding to the speaker proposal form (below).
Generative AI has taken the world by storm. To the public, it is by far the most exciting deployment of machine learning. To futurists, it is the most humanlike. And to industry leaders, it has the widest, most untapped range of potential use cases.
Generative AI World translates the hype into value:
– Innovations: the latest advancements
– Use cases: developing genAI applications that deliver quantifiable business value
– Practicalities: measurable improvements to enterprise efficiencies and guidance on deployment and governance
GAIW is interested in speakers who can deliver presentations on the latest AI use cases — the most effective ways enterprises are capturing value with generative AI — including:
Niche copywriting and copyediting: Specialized document writing for marketers, fiction writers, executive offices, customer service staff, and more.
Code development: Increasing developer productivity
Internet search augmentation
Internal enterprise bots: Natural language interfaces to databases and document knowledgebases.
Legal assistance: Case law, asset research, etc.
Speciality chatbots: Customer facing, service assistance, etc.
We’re also open to hearing about changes your company is making to organizational structure, talent recruitment, and model governance.
Before submitting the speaker form, carefully read the terms listed there in detail. They are not only “legalese” meant to protect GAIW from arcane legal exposures – rather, they are to protect the event’s value! You must read and understand each one, since they ensure that the pre-event planning process, its marketing, and the event itself are as high-caliber as possible.
These terms stipulate 1) that you have pre-established authorization from your employer to present, 2) that you have your travel expenses covered, and 3) that you agree if accepted not to cancel other than for medical or family-emergency reasons – among other requirements. Submitting and agreeing to speak is a professional committment to be taken seriously.
Hints & Tips for Writing Your Abstract
Imagine yourself an attendee sitting in the audience when you give your presentation. What would you like to hear (or not)? What would make a positive impression and make you feel your time well-spent? Consider those questions carefully when you write your abstract.
For starters two quick rules: Don’t be commercial, and don’t overuse buzzwords. Both will lessen your chances of being accepted.
Say enough, but don’t say too much. One sentence – or a list of bullets – is definitely not enough. More than 100 words is usually too much. Express your message fully but succinctly.