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More than 40 startups are competing to have their AI innovation selected as a winner at this year’s AI Accelerator Hub
June 14, 2023
AI is on center stage at AI Summit London as innovators demonstrate ways the technology is reshaping industries.
This year’s event plays host to the AI Accelerator Hub, a competition where startups are showcasing how they’re deploying AI to improve operations and answer the question – does it live up to the hype?
This year, 41 startups from a variety of industries including finance, IT, entertainment, health and educational technology, are participating. The five start-ups deemed to have the greatest potential will then be invited to the final round of demonstrations on Thursday.
Taking place over two days, the Dragon’s Den-style competition involves hands-on mentoring and talks from industry leaders including the Morgan Stanley Inclusive Ventures Group, Google for Startups, Pegasus and Flight Story.
“What we’re excited to see and what the judges will be looking for is that variety in the AI solutions on display,” said Ashley Williams, partner at Accelerator Hub sponsor Mishcon de Reya. “It’s incredible to see the AI solutions to real-life problems of today, and using innovation to unlock value creation throughout industries.
“We hope that through this project, businesses will understand what the market for AI looks like, what the topics include and what the future holds.”
“This technology is no longer just nice to have,” said judge Francesco Perticarari, Silicon Roundabout Ventures managing partner. “It’s crucial to fuel the next wave of innovations that will help solve some of the greatest global challenges facing us today.”
Finalists will pitch their ideas to the judges before two runners-up and one winner are announced on Thursday.
Read more about:AI Summit London 2023
Assistant Editor, IoT World Today
Scarlett Evans is the assistant editor for IoT World Today, with a particular focus on robotics and smart city technologies. Scarlett has previous experience in minerals and resources with Mine Australia, Mine Technology and Power Technology. She joined Informa in April 2022.
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