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A quick recap of AI & IoT conference 2018 – the key takeaways

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International Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Robotics & IoT (AI & IoT 2018) by Conference Series was successfully held last month in Paris, France. The event wrapped up successfully with support from reputed organizing committee members, delegates, speakers, media partners, exhibitor and supporters from all around the globe.

AI & IoT Conference 2018 presented a global platform to discuss various significant aspects of AI, Robotics and IoT. The conference was attended by global experts from academia as well industry researchers, business delegates and student communities.

AI & IoT 2018

This year’s theme was – AI: The Real Race for Future. The event talked about the upcoming strategies in technology and promoted many collaborated research activities.

AI & IoT conference 2018 had some interesting sessions led by eminent speakers, researchers and other delegates with enviable knowledge on various topics related to robotics, AI, IoT etc.

AI & Robotics technologies are important for creating a globally connected world. Smart connected devices like smart cars, scales, watches etc. are continuously becoming smarter with the help of embedded software.

AI & IoT 2018

The market for AI & Internet related things is projected to be reach $135bn by 2019 per a technology research firm. The event also highlighted growing demand for industrial robots with the total number of industrial robots to reach 2.6 million by 2019, as per a report. Amongst this, 70 percent of the robots are presently working in automotive, electronics, electrical and metal and machinery industry segments.

Talking about the future technology trends, the speakers in various sessions said that the companies will majorly concentrate on bringing together human beings and machines, light-weight robots and simplified applications.

USA, France, UK, Germany, South Korea, Japan are the leading countries which are spending considerably in this field. Japan and China are the leading Asian countries focusing on robotic development.

The development is in the fields of AI, IoT and robotics can bring significant changes in all sectors across the world.

The AI & IoT Conference 2018 will return in 2019 at Amsterdam, Netherlands for the next inning of the event. Stay tuned.

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