Given China's desire to cement its position as being a leader in the Artificial Intelligence and technology sphere, there is a significant demand for business leaders to determine how, and in what way these technological 'disruptions', will impact their company.
IsCham in conjunction with AustCham and DayDayUp invite you to come and hear presentations by Mr. Elias and Mr Cai, followed by a panel discussion.
The discussion will focus on How is Artificial Intelligence developing in China and Israel?
Israeli tech startups have continued to attract tremendous interest from investors, raising a total of $5.24 billion in 2017, an increase of 9 percent from the previous year. More specifically, $1.1 billion of investment, was directed towards AI companies. All verticals are involved: Technology, Industrial, Automotive, Enterprise, Healthcare, Fintech, and Marketing.
On China side, the country invested more than $150 billion for the establishment of AI infrastructure and architecture, illustrating China's desire to cement its position as being a leader in the Artificial Intelligence.
AI is for sure disrupting economies. But concretely, what kind of impact can will it have on Israeli and Chinese companies?
IsCham in conjunction with AustCham and DayDayUp invites you to come to hear the insights by Mr. Elias, CEO of Tapreason, one of the startups accelerated by DayDayUp and Mr Cai, Professor at the Internet Industry Research Institue at Tsinghua University.
They will address different issues on both macro and micro perspectives, such as the different regulations impacting the two countries for Artificial Intelligence applications, the verticals that China and Israel are focusing on or how local companies should address and include Artificial Intelligence in their business models.
Date & Time: Wednesday, 9 May, 6:30 – 8:30 pm (Registration starts at 6pm)
Price: 70 RMB (Members) /120 RMB (Non-Members)
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