AMSTERDAM: AISOLVE TO DELIVER KEY NOTE SPEECH AT FASTFORWARD 2017

AMSTERDAM: AISOLVE TO DELIVER KEY NOTE SPEECH AT FASTFORWARD 2017

Posted by Editor | March 1, 2017

AI Solve is very excited to be attending this year’s FastForward event in Amsterdam on the 23rd and 24th of February.

Our CEO Devi Kolli will be delivering the key note speech of the 49 speakers “Shaping the Future of Media”.

The role of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is dominating headlines and is at the heart of the latest wave of innovations, including Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR). In a wide-ranging keynote delivery, Devi will guide attendees through the hype and the reality, share insights from her experiences working hands on with the tech, and offer her perspectives on how these emerging technologies will shape music and media consumption in the future.

There will be a live demo of our latest VR product “WePlayVR” – Don’t miss the opportunity to experience our out of home entertainment attraction!

We’re looking forward to seeing you all in Amsterdam and hearing from the rest of the great line-up of speakers.

About the event:

FastForward is a music business platform that exists to connect and engage a diverse group of ambitious under 35s, laying the foundation for a sustainable career in the modern music industry.

The conference takes place across two days, offering a combination of keynote speeches and interactive panel discussions.

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