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A New Conference on the Impact of AI and Robotics
A new Conference presenting research on the present and future impact of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics on society is getting launched this year. This two-day conference is expected to attract speakers and participants from more than 30 countries and will explore applications, challenges, and solutions to the use of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics. The conference will take place at the French business school which has a campus in Oxford, EM-Normandie.
The Chair of the Conference Professor Paul Griffiths pointed out, "This conference is quite different to any others in that it will deliver the results of research conducted in universities from around the world. We are expecting major contributions from Europe, the USA, and the Far East. This field is now moving very fast, and it is of some considerable importance to keep up with leading-edge thinking".
The Programme Chair for the Conference Dr. Mitt Kabir who has further elaborated "The conference is expected to become a platform for both academics and practitioners to advance novel ideas, theories, and frameworks in applied AI and Robotics. The attendants will have the opportunity not just to share their views but also learn from others and engage in effective networking".
The two days conference in Oxford is an excellent opportunity for interested people to explore the trends of the disciplines that are at the forefront of massive technology-led market transformation and social and economic disruption.
EM-Normandie Oxford Campus represents the UK operation of EM-Normandie an old established business school based in Caen in Northern France. In Oxford students from Caen complete their master's degrees.
European Conference on the Impact of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics
31 October–1 November 2019, EM-Normandie Business School, Oxford, UK
Details of the Conference are available at https://www.academic-
For more information, please contact Dr. Kabir at firstname.lastname@example.org