Artificial intelligence and payments will intersect this month as Ed McLaughlin, president of operations and technology for MasterCard will keynote at the 4th Annual AI Summit in London, June 12 and 13. McLaughlin is also a member of Mastercard’s Executive Committee.
This major technology event, AI Summit, is focused on artificial intelligence and will attract more than 20,000 attendees, offer over 300 speakers and attract 500+ exhibitors. Held at the ExCel Exhibition Center is the flagship event for London Tech Week 2019.
This year AI Summit will take center stage to TechXLR8: Europe’s largest tech expo focused on Accelerating Business Transformation with Technology. Co-located with five world leading enterprise technology events on IoT, Cloud, Quantum Computing, as well as being supported by the world’s great change-makers, The AI Summit provides depth and breadth to light up the technology roadmap into the 4th Industrial Revolution powered by AI.
The AI Summit event offers seven tracks of content for the strategist, implementor and practitioners covering core topics for the tech and business professional.
The global artificial intelligence as a service market size is expected to reach US$77 billion by 2025, according to PYRPTS.
PYVNTS manages more than 150 annual payments events held on each continent covering domestic, international and global markets.
PYVNTS areas of interest include: acquiring; alternative payments; artificial intelligence; biometrics; blockchain; card printing; charge cards; commercial cards; consumer credit; credit cards; cryptocurrency; debit cards; digital payments; EMV; financial cards; FinTech; payments hardware; mag stripe cards; mobile payments; networks; NFC; prepaid cards; processing; payments software; and terminals.
PYVNTS President Robert McKinley, a seasoned payments research analyst of 34 years and past chairman, speaker, exhibitor and sponsor of many events, personally vets each event listed for relevance and reliability. McKinley is also a pro bono Analyst for CardFlash, CardData and CardTrak.
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