Dear all, 

This is to inform you that we have now uploaded all online content – preliminary programme, biographies and abstracts of speakers for the upcoming AI-SDV 2020 on 20. and 21. April in nice Nice, France.

The Programme is published @ -> https://haxel.com/ii-sdv/AI-SDV/Programme/Preliminary%20Programme

AI-SDV 2020 is the place to be for everyone involved in advanced search and data applications, text mining and visualization technology. Individuals and companies that are shaping the future of this exciting space that surrounds us and impacts us all will present their latest research findings, tech developments and vision for the future.

   It’s a full-on two days of learning, networking and exploring technologies and concepts that are now and will continue to change way we as individuals and organisations work, rest and play. The focus is Artificial Intelligence (AI), Digitization 2.0 (about making companies, processes and people ready for AI), Deep Learning and other topics identified by our community, who are specialists working in scientific and technical information.  

   The event features around 22 speakers over two days, plus an exhibition to complement the conference programme.  

The  AI-SDV meeting takes place in Nice in April 2020 for an intensive two days. The venue is the Hotel Aston in central Nice. The meeting provides an international forum for those in the field of advanced search applications, data and text mining, and visualization technology. The primary focus is on tools for intelligence and the meeting examines the requirements of specialists in scientific and technical information. A new focus is on Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Deep Learning in the area of Scientific Information.

Early Bird Registration for the AI-SDV 2020 is open. Book now and save your money.

More information at: https://haxel.com/ii-sdv/AI-SDV/registration

Should you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at c@haxel.com

I am looking forward to seeing you in nice Nice.

Kind regards

Christoph Haxel

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