Doteveryone @ CogX 2019

Mon 10 – Wed 12 June 2019
King’s Cross, London, N1C 4BH

Doteveryone was very pleased to be part of CogX 2019 – The Festival of AI and Emerging Technology.

In just its 3rd year, CogX2019 is the world’s biggest AI festival.  In partnership with HSBC and 2030 Vision, it bought together over 15,000 attendees and 500 speakers across 12 main stages. Full details of the event below.

On Monday 10th June:

12:30 pm – CEO, Rachel Coldicutt joins a panel with Kathy Baxter, Architect of Ethical AI Practice at Salesforce, to discuss the responsible development of AI in practice on the Ethics Stage.

3:30 pm – On the Future of Work & Education Stage, Rachel Coldicutt delivers a keynote address on why responsibility wins the best tech talent. (To attend this, if you don’t already have a ticket, click here for a free one-day, two-topic pass. You’ll need to select 10 Jun and the Future of Work stage).

5 pm – Doteveryone Founder & Chair, Martha Lane Fox, will be on the Impact Stage speaking on the responsibility of technology and climate change.

On Tuesday 11th June:

10-11am – TechTransformed Programme Manager, Sam Brown, leads a Consequence Scanning event giving you the opportunity to try out this new way of considering your product’s potential consequences.

More about CogX:

  • CogX is Europe’s leading AI festival – over 15,000 people from the highest levels of government, industry and research

  • World-class thought-leaders speak on our 12 stages

  • The content truly impacts policy. 10% of the audience are Policy Makers, and co-founder, Tabitha Goldstaub chairs the UK government’s AI council

  • Amplification – between press and social, we reached over 9m people in 2018

  • Social impact – CogX is a platform for exploring how tech can solve the world’s most intractable problems and in 2019 we’re partnering with 2030 Vision to tackle the Sustainable Development Goals

  • London in June is buzzing, over 50,000 people come to the city for the 100s of events during London Tech Week

CogX 2019 at King’s Cross.